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Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced the policy overhaul after police killed two unarmed civilians.
The Chicago mayor said "nothing can excuse" the teen's death.
Rahm Emanuel said it was time for "fresh eyes and new leadership."
Roughly 200 Chicago cops will soon be trading paper work for patrols. Meanwhile, gun violence in the city continues, with
A combination of reassignments and the elimination of several command positions will “trim the fat on executive staff” at
The new proposal, put forth by incoming police superintendent Garry McCarthy, would take 450 officers from two units, the