Italian American Police Association News
Ronald C. “Topper” Topczewski, age 84, U.S. Army veteran, retired C.P.D., P.O. Beloved husband of Tommy nee Gallagher; loving father of Bryan and Charles Topczewski; cherished grandfather of Marina Dillolo; devoted great grandfather of Charolotte, Sophia and Arissa; brother of Carolyn Steck; family member Valerie Schmidt; fond uncle and great uncle of many.
The Public Safety section of the City of Chicago Office of Inspector General (OIG) has conducted an inquiry into the enforcement of the Chicago Police Department’s (CPD or the Department) Rule 14, which prohibits CPD members from “[m]aking a false report, written or oral.”
This proposed legislation provides that a committed person who has attained the age of 55 years and served at least 25 consecutive years of incarceration shall be eligible to submit a petition to the Prisoner Review Board seeking parole.
The leading circumstances surrounding officers’ deaths included activities related to ambushes on officers, investigative/enforcement activity, unprovoked attacks on officers, and response to disorderly/disturbance calls.
Summary report of investigation
the Public Safety section of the Office of Inspector General (OIG) has conducted an inquiry into the Chicago Police Department’s (CPD) scheduling practices.
This report assesses the procedural dimensions of fairness and consistency in the disciplinary process for Chicago Police Department (CPD) members.
The Office Of Inspector General Finds Race- And Ethnicity-Based Disparities Compound Across Multiple Phases of The Chicago Police Department’s Use-Of-Force Incidents.
See this piece of the Fraternal Order of Police Chicago Lodge #7 history. Click here to read more
A City of Chicago Office of the Inspector General’s (OIG) report regarding an investigation into the City’s handling of the aftermath of the Chicago Police Department(CPD) wrong raid on the home of Anjanette Young