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Public Safety

Gang members invited to summit designed to end the violence

Gun court plan ‘not such a good idea,’ Toni Preckwinkle says

County commissioners call for cellphone law to deter human trafficking

In an attempt to tackle the sweeping problem of human trafficking, the Cook County Board passed a resolution on Wednesday calling for either a state or federal law that would require cellphone providers to keep a photo ID and physical address of all customers.

According to resolution language, human trafficking perpetrators and victims alike tend to use no-contract, prepaid cellphones, which are “impossible to track because phone carriers do not require a contact, photo identification or minimum age.”

McCarthy: Tougher gun laws would save lives

Commission finds evidence of torture in new Burge cases

FBI agent in charge of Chicago office leaving after only 7 months

Guardian Angels dub North Michigan Avenue 'Muggers Mile'

Durbin bill urges police to trace recovered guns

State Sen. Napoleon Harris’ brother-in-law murdered

Gov. Quinn signs bill cracking down on drunken boating

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