Applications for those interested in becoming the new permanent superintendent of the Chicago Police Department close Sunday. The vacancy was created March 16 when former superintendent David Brown officially resigned. The Community Commission for Public Safety and Accountability has 120 days from Brown's last day to send the mayor a list of three finalists they believe are qualified to lead the department. Mayor-elect Brandon Johnson selected Fred Waller to serve as interim superintendent after Johnson is sworn in May 15.
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