Ex-Police Review Authority Supervisor Awarded $2.8 MillionThe former supervisor of a defunct Chicago police oversight agency has been awarded $2.8 million after he sued the city over his dismissal.
Van Dyke Lawyers Want Activist-Journalist Jamie Kalven On The StandKalven was the first to reveal the existence of dashboard camera footage of the Laquan McDonald killing and accounts of civilian witnesses.
City Of Chicago Launch COPA, New Police Review AuthorityThe City of Chicago has officially launched its newest authority to investigate police misconduct.
Police Oversight Agency Missing Key Element At LaunchCity officials and community leaders are still working out the creation of a civilian advisory board.
Review Agency Rules Fatal 2012 Shooting Of Teen By CPD ‘Unwarranted’Dakota Bright was shot in the back of the head by an officer on Nov. 8, 2012, near 67th and Indiana.
Ex-FBI Agent Says IPRA Considered Clearing Cop Later Charged By FedsIPRA was leaning in 2015 toward clearing a cop who would ultimately face criminal charges for wounding two teens, an ex-FBI agent testified.
COPA Gearing Up — By Hiring Subject Matter ExpertsChicago’s new Civilian Office of Police Accountability opens for business Sept. 15 with 140 full-time employees, 90 of them investigators.
Video Shows Chicago Police Officer Striking Suspect Lying On GroundVideo posted on Facebook shows Jermaine Milan on his stomach on the street, with an officer straddling him, hitting him in the head.
IPRA Video Shows Woman Fighting CVS Employees Before Police Shot HerMichele Robey threatened employees with a knife about 5:45 p.m. on Feb. 10 at the store at 3944 N. Western Ave., police said at the time.
Johnson To Testify In Suit Brought By Mom Of Teen Killed By CopSupt. Eddie Johnson is expected to testify in the wrongful death trial of a teenager who was fatally shot in the back by a Chicago cop.
Man Shot By Chicago Police In 2015 Sues City For Excessive ForceA South Side man has filed a federal lawsuit against the city, and five Chicago police officers, accusing the officers of using excessive force when they shot him during a traffic stop two years ago, after he called 911.
IPRA Releases Videos From Fatal Police Shooting Of Kajuan RayeThe Independent Police Review Authority has released surveillance video of the foot chase that led up to the fatal shooting of 19-year-old Kajuan Raye in November.