(WBBM Newsradio) – The public is invited to suggest ideas about Chicago police reform through a new website.

Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan says the website — at www.chicagopoliceconsentdecree.org – will accept input from Chicago residents as her office develops a court-enforceable consent decree. The consent decree will incorporate recommendations from the U.S. Justice Department, which reviewed the Chicago Police Department in the wake of the Laquan McDonald scandal.

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“Many residents have expressed their hopes and concerns about public safety and the Chicago Police Department,” Madigan said in a news release. “This website intends to provide all Chicagoans the opportunity to understand and contribute to the development of meaningful and lasting reforms for the Chicago Police Department.”

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Madigan’s office will post a draft of the consent decree, once it’s completed, on the website.

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