Top cop Eddie Johnson is enjoying himself and back to eating what he likes now that he has had his successful kidney transplant.
When teacher Cynthia Trevillion was gunned down in Rogers Park, a school and community grieved.
Emanuel welcomed Johnson back to work seven weeks after the superintendent received a kidney donated by his 25-year-old son, Daniel.
Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson fainted during a law enforcement event Friday afternoon in Springfield.
The $24 million jump in ‘reform’ funding compared to last year would pay for enhanced training, community policing and reform implementation.
Officers Veronica Murillo and George Moussa, got the Carter Harrison Award; Firefighter Edgar Gallo and Capt. John McAndrew got the Lambert Tree award
In 2019, officers will attend 24 hours of training; 32 hours will be required in 2020. In 2021, 40 hours of training will be mandatory.
Records released Monday in response to a Freedom of Information Request show the pace of overtime spending at CPD has quickened considerably.
The top cop is already sitting up, checking emails, and asking when he can get back on the treadmill, Rush University Medical Center doctors said.
“Everything went smoothly and as expected for both donor and recipient,” Rush University Medical Center spokesman John Pontarelli said in an email.
Eddie Johnson’s surgery is planned for Wednesday at Rush University Medical Center, where he’ll be receiving a kidney from his son Daniel.
Chicago’s top cop said Monday he is eager— as one can be— to undergo kidney transplant surgery this week.
The curriculum for 8th and 10th-graders is part of the settlement with men who alleged they were tortured by CPD commander’s “midnight crew.”
When Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson goes into surgery at the end of the month, he’ll return to work weeks later with a new kidney and a new bride.
The date is set. Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson will undergo kidney transplant surgery on Aug. 30.