Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Thursday evening, April 2, 2020 her choice as new police superintendent as David Brown, the former police chief of Dallas.
Before the announcement, Mayor Lightfoot expressed her gratitude and praise to acting Police Superintendent Charles Beck.
There were three candidates on the short list …
Aurora Police Chief Kristen Ziman,
Chicago Deputy Chief Ernest Cato, and
Former Dallas Police Chief David Brown
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BREAKING: Mayor Lori Lightfoot is appointing former Dallas Police Chief David Brown as the new permanent superintendent of the Chicago Police Department, replacing Eddie Johnson, who was fired last December. https://t.co/HwWOt9Xhma
— CBS Chicago (@cbschicago) April 2, 2020
BREAKING: Mayor Lori Lightfoot has chosen former Dallas Police Chief David Brown as her pick for Chicago's new police superintendent Thursday.https://t.co/a1sTEfGuky
— ABC 7 Chicago (@ABC7Chicago) April 2, 2020