Aldermen want Chicago airport security to be designated ‘police’ again

Written by on December 14, 2017

Chicago aldermen are again fighting city Aviation Commissioner Ginger Evans’ decision to remove the word “police” from airport security officers’ titles after an infamous dragging incident on a United Airlines flight at O’Hare airport. An ordinance introduced Wednesday would take away Evans’ power to make the change and once again designate roughly 290 airport officers as police on their uniforms. Chicago Tribune

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