Illinois Supreme Court To Hear Case Seeking To Get Decades Of Chicago Police Misconduct Records ReleasedA significant step has been made in a man’s fight to get decades of Chicago Police misconduct records released.
As Debate Rages Over Public Release Of Chicago Police Misconduct Records, Charles Green Seeks To Clear His Name In 1985 MurderThe heated debate over the public release of decades of Chicago Police misconduct files rages on at City Hall. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov talked exclusively to Charles Green, the man whose case started it all. Green’s hope is simply to clear his name.
Long-Stalled Plan To Create Database For CPD Misconduct Files Set For Committee Hearing On FridayAfter months of delays, aldermen appear poised to vote on an ordinance that would require the city to create a public database of closed Chicago Police Department misconduct files dating as far back as 1994.
City Going To Court Tuesday To Keep Police Misconduct Records SealedCity lawyers are headed back to court Tuesday morning, to try and keep hundreds of police misconduct records from being released.
Alderman Moves To Require City To Establish Public Database Of CPD Misconduct Files Going Back DecadesAld. Scott Waguespack (32nd) introduced the proposal to require the Inspector General’s office to create “a user friendly, publicly accessible and searchable digital repository” of CPD’s closed misconduct complaints.
Bid To Settle Lawsuit Seeking Decades Of Police Misconduct Records Stalls; Aldermen Seek To Create Database For Complaint RecordsAld. Scott Waguespack (32nd) said he has shared a proposed ordinance for the creation of a public database of police misconduct complaints with his colleagues on the City Council.
City Council Committee Willing To Pay $500,000 To Keep Decades Of Police Misconduct Under WrapsThe city has kept decades of police misconduct records under wraps, and is now willing to pay half a million dollars of your taxpayer money to keep it that way.
Chicago Neighborhoods Under Siege: 12 Dead In Shocking Gun Violence; 'Our Souls Are Burdened,' Says Mayor EmanuelThe shootings that gripped Chicago over the weekend were shocking, even by Chicago’s standards.