Cline Named Chicago Chief; First White In 20 Years

Print More,1,1942746.story?coll=chi-news-hed Philip J. Cline was named Chicago police superintendent yesterday. Mayor Richard Daley called the former acting superintendent “a man of proven integrity,” The Chicago Tribune reports. Cline, 53, had been the first deputy superintendent since April and was named acting chief in August when Terry Hillard retired. The 33-year-veteran has headed efforts to reduce
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