CHICAGO (WLS) -- The International Association of Chiefs of Police conference kicked off in Chicago on Saturday.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot delivered welcoming remarks as the conference got underway this weekend. A notable person missing from the event is Chicago's Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson.
Johnson said he will boycott President Donald Trump's Monday speech to the IACP's 2019 conference
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He said it's a personal decision.
"I have to take into account, not just my personal feelings about it, but our core values as a city," Johnson said. "We are nothing without trust and with some of our communities under siege, it just doesn't line up with our city's core values along with my personal values."
CPD Supt. Eddie Johnson cites 'personal values' as reason for boycotting Trump's speech at law enforcement conference