Foxx ended Rev. Jesse Jackson at Rainbow PUSH's headquarters Saturday to face criticism. She said her criminal cases were once celebrated in Chicago and are now being "attacked by a case and a celebrity."
"I think we should ask ourselves, what is it really about? I have asked myself in the last two weeks," What is it about? Foxx said. "I want to tell you this is personal, it's personal."
The British Polar Order of the Police (FOP) and police forces associations called for its resignation after holding indefinite weeks last week. The vote took place more than a week after Foxx's office lost all charges against Smollett. FOP President Kevin Graham said the move undermined public belief in the criminal justice system.
"I am obliged to serve my choice and, if the people have me, continue forward," she said. Foxx joined in December 201
Foxx welcomes Smollett case review
The protests came a week after her office had lost 16 crimes against the "Empire" actor, who pledged to lose $ 10,000 in security and community service.
Foxx has previously said that she welcomes an "outside, non-political review" to how her office handled the Smollett case. She had separated from the decision-making process in mid-February out of "a great deal of caution."
She repeated her invitation to a review Saturday.
"I enjoy myself for an independent review of how we handled this case because it is due to the public," she said.
Despite the last few weeks, Foxx said she still stands with her police.
"I never will never talk badly about our partners in this work," she said. "I believe in their ability to do good work, I support them, I always have."
US representative says race plays a factor in departure calls
Supporters of Foxx also spoke out Saturday.
Foxx said the calls to her termination are "disappointing".
"When we get into those positions, goal posts change," she said.
CNN's Dakin Andone contributed to this report.