Chicago Police Supt. David Brown Announces Shakeup Of Command Staff Amid Surge In Gun Violence – CBS Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) — Chicago Police Supt. David Brown on Wednesday announced a major shakeup of the department’s top ranks, including naming his new second-in-command, and a new chief of patrol.

Eric Carter, a 28-year veteran of CPD, will take over as first deputy superintendent, replacing Anthony Riccio, who announced last month that he is retiring effective Aug. 1, after 33 years with CPD. Riccio has served nine police superintendents in Chicago, and previously served as as chief of the…

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