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Chicago police officer at a protest in 2020.

Manuel Martinez

Chicago police officer at a protest in 2020.

Manuel Martinez

Chicago will elect police district councils in February. Here’s what to know.

In February, Chicagoans will vote for the city’s first seats on police district councils. This part of the ballot may not have as much attention as the mayoral race or City Council candidates, but it could shape the future of policing in Chicago. Reset breaks down district councils: what they are, why they matter, and how to vote for your local representatives. GUEST: Kelly Garcia, Chicago Reader staff writer

Manuel Martinez

   

In February, Chicagoans will vote for the city’s first seats on police district councils. This part of the ballot may not have as much attention as the mayoral race or City Council candidates, but it could shape the future of policing in Chicago.

Reset breaks down district councils: what they are, why they matter, and how to vote for your local representatives.

GUEST: Kelly Garcia, Chicago Reader staff writer

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