Chicago Police Officers Discuss Whether They're Biased Against African-Americans

In this Dec. 24, 2015 file photo, protesters yell at Chicago Police officers at a bicycle barricade in Chicago. A day after a task force blasted the Chicago Police Department for decades of discrimination Wednesday, April 13, 2016, city and law enforcement officials weighed which of the panel's recommendations could be adopted and how much they might cost.
In this Dec. 24, 2015 file photo, protesters yell at Chicago Police officers at a bicycle barricade in Chicago. A day after a task force blasted the Chicago Police Department for decades of discrimination Wednesday, April 13, 2016, city and law enforcement officials weighed which of the panel's recommendations could be adopted and how much they might cost. Charles Rex Arbogast / AP, file
In this Dec. 24, 2015 file photo, protesters yell at Chicago Police officers at a bicycle barricade in Chicago. A day after a task force blasted the Chicago Police Department for decades of discrimination Wednesday, April 13, 2016, city and law enforcement officials weighed which of the panel's recommendations could be adopted and how much they might cost.
In this Dec. 24, 2015 file photo, protesters yell at Chicago Police officers at a bicycle barricade in Chicago. A day after a task force blasted the Chicago Police Department for decades of discrimination Wednesday, April 13, 2016, city and law enforcement officials weighed which of the panel's recommendations could be adopted and how much they might cost. Charles Rex Arbogast / AP, file

Chicago Police Officers Discuss Whether They're Biased Against African-Americans

A Chicago mayoral task force report has lots of cops talking about racism. The task force found that African Americans get stopped, searched, tased and shot by cops much more often than Latinos and whites do. Some officers say that’s because black neighborhoods tend to have more crime. 

Others say the imbalance holds even in lower-crime neighborhoods. The task force proposes taking on bias with a new inspector-general post and more training.