COMMISSIONER BRANDON JOHNSON STATEMENT ON RESIGNATION OF CPD SUPERINTENDENT DAVID BROWN

CHICAGO – Cook County Commissioner and candidate for Chicago mayor Brandon Johnson issued the following statement today on the resignation of Chicago Police Department Superintendent David Brown: 

“The next superintendent of the Chicago Police Department must be as fully committed to the health and safety of all Chicagoans as I am, and to immediately meeting all requirements of the federal consent decree while addressing the root causes of crime. As mayor, my preference will be to appoint someone from within the current ranks of the Department, but most important is appointing the right person for the job – someone who is collaborative, competent and compassionate, and who truly cares about protecting and serving the people of our city.” 

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