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City of Chicago Office of Inspector General

On March 31st, 2021, the City of Chicago Office of Inspector General released a report that says the Chicago Police Department has made “minimal progress” on its vow to replace and improve its gang database.

City of Chicago Office of Inspector General

Watchdog Report: CPD Has Made ‘Minimal Progress’ In Replacing Gang Database

Inspector General Joe Ferguson says the Chicago Police Department has made “minimal progress” on its vow to replace and improve its gang database.

Reset learns more about the watchdog’s new report outlining how CPD efforts have fallen short.

GUEST: Deborah Witzburg, deputy inspector general for public safety, City of Chicago Office of Inspector General

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