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Sharon Fairley, chief administrator of Chicago’s Independent Police Review Authority. IPRA says it will says that it will release videos, audio recordings and reports from about 100 Chicago Police officer-involved shootings to the public Friday June 3, 2016. The materials pertain to still-open investigations.

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What Lead To IPRA's Video Release

The Chicago agency that investigates police misconduct cases is releasing videos from police-related incidents, as well as documents for dozens of police shootings & bodily harm incidents. Is this a new era of transparency?

The Associated Press' Don Babwin writes, "Releasing records related to open investigations is nearly unprecedented in a city where the police department for decades had a reputation for secrecy."

Learn more with this round up of headlines that Chicago’s Independent Police Review Authority made over the last year.

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