Eddie Johnson, just shy of his two year anniversary as the Superintendent of the Chicago Police Department, gave a broad look at the department’s strides and upcoming challenges at a City Club appearance Tuesday afternoon. On his list: changes to allow citizens to be removed from the city’s gang database, an internal review of each use of force incident, and an early intervention pilot before the end of 2018.

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