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April 20, 2023 3:07pm EDT
Chicago police interim superintendent to step down when mayor-elect Brandon Johnson is sworn in
Chicago Police Department Interim Superintendent Eric Carter will step down on May 15

By Adam Sabes | Fox News

Chicago Police Department Interim Superintendent Eric Carter announced he will be stepping down when Democrat mayor-elect Brandon Johnson is sworn into office.

Carter made the announcement on Thursday, stating that he will be retiring from the police department on May 15 - the day Johnson is sworn in as mayor of Chicago.

"To the residents of Chicago, law enforcement agencies, clergy, community leaders, and the many organizations who work each day beside CPD, thank you. Your continued partnership strengthens public safety daily across our great city," Carter said in a statement on Thursday. "It has been my greatest honor to serve as your Interim Superintendent and I have committed to working with Mayor-Elect Johnson to ensure that our department continues to deliver transformational service to Chicago’s residents and visitors throughout the summer season, as the search for a permanent Superintendent continues and the subsequent transition."

Carter, a 30-year member of the Chicago Police Department, took over as superintendent after David Brown announced his resignation in March. Brown accepted a chief operating officer position at Loncar Lyon Jenkins, which is a personal injury law firm in Texas.

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I wonder if "Lets Go Brandon" Johnson asked him to leave?
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Wingnut wonders:
"I wonder if "Lets Go Brandon" Johnson asked him to leave?"

Might be more like "gettin' out while the gettin's good..."

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Wingnut wonders:
"I wonder if "Lets Go Brandon" Johnson asked him to leave?"

Might be more like "gettin' out while the gettin's good..."

If he was smart that would be the way to go.  This new mayor, Brandon Turd, looks like a pro crime, anti-cop Mayor.
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If he was smart that would be the way to go.  This new mayor, Brandon Turd, looks like a pro crime, anti-cop Mayor.
Exactly. He has his 30 in, and I think it's a good time to get out with the new management coming in. I would think he hoped for better after Lightfoot.
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