Four people are in custody in Chicago after an attack on a young man with "mental health challenges" was broadcast live on Facebook.
The attackers can be heard shouting expletives about white people and Donald Trump.
Crime Surveillance Innovations in Chicago Law Enforcement and Homeland Security Protection The idea to have video surveillance of Chicago streets that were experiencing high-crime rates was a concept originally developed by Chicago Police Department street officers.In July of 2003, the Chicago Police Department unveiled a revolutionary pilot program using specially developed and customized technology aimed at reducing crime in Chicago’s most violence prone communities.PODs were integrated into ongoing Department crime-fighting initiatives and proved an effective component in its efforts to disrupt drug and gang activity.One particular mission produced interesting results, “Operation Disruption” which was initiated in Summer 2003, incorporated placing surveillance cameras with zoom and 360 degree rotation capabilities in these high-crime areas.(Deirdra O'Regan/The Washington Post) Authorities in Chicago charged four young African American adults with hate crimes Thursday after a video broadcast live on Facebook appeared to show them shouting obscenities about President-elect Donald Trump and white people while abusing a man authorities say has mental health problems.
The footage, which Chicago’s top police officer labeled “sickening,” quickly went viral online. DIRECTORS and coaches create supportive environments, with the accent on individuality and personal attention.Our gets you started, familiarizing you with the basic incepts of effective and emotional speech work.At the center of the Operation Disruption pilot, there were 30 PODs.These portable units were mounted on city light poles on the public way.The incident took place Tuesday in an apartment on Chicago’s West Side, a police spokesperson said.