CHICAGO (WLS) -- Interim Police Superintendent Charlie Beck has said he wouldn't be here if he didn't think he could set things up for a better Chicago Police Department.
He was retired from the Los Angeles Police Department when he was asked to step in and lead CPD after the departure of Eddie Johnson.
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Since becoming interim police superintendent, Beck has made some big changes, ending merit promotions and unveiling a major restructuring of CPD.
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He joined us to talk about those changes and what's ahead during his tenure with Chicago Police Department.