- "If Mayor can't do it he must ask for Federal help," Trump said
- Chicago's mayor outlined how he'd like the feds to help in an interview
Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump, for the first time since taking office, has tweeted about violence in Chicago, saying: "I will send in the Feds" if they don't fix the "horrible 'carnage'" going on.
- 3,550 shooting incidents
- 4,331 shooting victims
- 8,300 guns recovered -- a 20% increase from 2015
- 10% more gun arrests in 2016
Source: Chicago Police Department
- New technology: Body cams on 2,100 officers covering seven districts; expansion of gunshot detection systems.
- More training: Officers will have more Taser training so they can use the least amount of force necessary; training to help officers recognize signs of mental illness, trauma and crisis situations.
- New leadership: Chief Anne Kirkpatrick will lead the new Bureau of Professional Standards, which will be responsible for implementing reform.
- Community policing: There will be an advisory panel -- made up of experts and residents -- that will help mend relationships between officers and members of the community.