City Of Chicago Launch COPA, New Police Review AuthorityThe City of Chicago has officially launched its newest authority to investigate police misconduct.
Family Feels Vindicated After IPRA Ruling Against CopNow there are questions about what actions may be taken against the officer who fatally shot Dakota Bright, 15, in 2012. CBS 2's Sandra Torres reports.
Firefighter Injured During Traffic Stop With Chicago CopNow, an investigation has been opened. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
‘Troubling’ Delays In Reporting Chicago Police ShootingsInvestigators say the Chicago Police Department routinely delays reporting police-involved shootings longer than it should, waiting about half an hour on average to tell the city’s Independent Police Review Authority about shootings by officers last year.
IPRA: Officer Acted Within Policy In Ronald Johnson ShootingThe Independent Police Review Authority concluded that a Chicago Police officer acted within policy when he shot and killed Ronald Johnson in 2014.
City Council Vote On New Police Oversight Office Expected This WeekA full City Council vote could come as soon as tomorrow.
Chicago, 2 Cops Sued After Video Revealed Of Boy Beat, Strip SearchedThe boy's family immediately filed a complaint. Chicago police and IPRA quickly obtained the 2012 video. The teen did not know it existed for years.
New Police Oversite Agency Needs Own Attorneys, Mandated Budget, Aldermen SayCritics point out there's no provision for COPA, that will enable it to hire its own, outside lawyers, which would force them to use city attorneys.
Man Facing Charge After Being Shot By Police On West SideMichael Arquero, 32, was charged with one felony count of unlawful use of a weapon by a felon.
Former Chicago Police Commander Glen Evans Speaks Out About LawsuitFormer Chicago Police Commander, Glen Evans spoke publicly on Thursday for the first time about his lawsuit against the city.
IPRA To Re-Boot As COPA; How Will It Be Different?Some aldermen are concerned there's no mandated budget level for the new office.
IPRA Successor To Be Called 'Civilian Office On Police Accountability'COPA would replace Chicago's embattled Independent Police Review Authority.