CHICAGO—Chicago and Illinois officials said they would welcome more federal help in addressing the city’s violence, including in prosecuting repeat gun offenders, but noted their existing partnerships with federal agencies and ruled out extreme measures such as sending in the National Guard.

Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said Wednesday that his department is “more than willing” to work with the federal government to build on existing partnerships with agencies including the Justice Department, Federal Bureau…


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