Madison Police Chief Shon Barnes one of three finalists for Chicago PD superintendent 

According to the Wisconsin State Journal, Madison Police Chief Shon Barnes has been named one of three finalists to become superintendent of Chicago’s police department. Barnes was named a semifinalist in late June along with five others in a pool of 54 applicants.

Chicago’s Community Commission for Public Safety and Accountability’s recommended three finalists now go to Mayor Brandon Johnson for a decision. The mayor will have 30 days to name one of them superintendent, and the City Council will have 60 days to confirm his choice.

Larry Snelling and Angel Novalez, the other two finalists, are current Chicago Police Department chiefs.