Chicago Has Fewer Than 10 Antiterror Cops: Critic

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The Chicago Police Department is under fire for having too few officers detailed to counter-terrorism and intelligence gathering, says the Chicago Tribune. Michael O’Hanlon of the Brookings Institution told the House Intelligence Committee yesterday that Chicago has fewer than 10 officers assigned full-time to counter-terrorism. New York has more than 500 in a large counter-terrorism
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