CHICAGO (CBS) — Civilian review of police conduct is a reality now in west suburban Aurora.

The city’s new civilian review board held its first public meeting Thursday night.

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The nine-member panel will review complaints against Aurora police officers, and make recommendations on discipline to the police chief.

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The idea was developed during calls for police reform following the murder of George Floyd by a police officer in Minneapolis last year.

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CBS 2 Chicago Staff