Chicago's Civilian Office Of Police Accountability Is Hiring
The head of the agency that investigates police shootings and misconduct in Chicago is hiring.
Sharon Fairley, the chief of the oversight agency, is looking for 60 investigators, three attorneys and several other administrative and investigative employees to help operate the Civilian Office of Police Accountability. She held a job fair Thursday night to try to recruit civilians for the job.
Fairley said the hiring process is long. She hopes to fill 130 positions by July.