New ‘Anjanette Young Ordinance’ Aims For Search Warrant Reforms

The ordinance would ban no-knock warrants and implement stricter search warrant procedures, among other reforms.

Chicago police car
Bill Healy / Associated Press
Chicago police car
Bill Healy / Associated Press

New ‘Anjanette Young Ordinance’ Aims For Search Warrant Reforms

The ordinance would ban no-knock warrants and implement stricter search warrant procedures, among other reforms.

Five Black Chicago alderwomen are pushing for a new ordinance that would reform how city police handle search warrants. They introduced the Anjanette Young Ordinance to City Council on Wednesday, two years after police officers wrongfully raided her home, knocking down the front door and handcuffing her while she was nude.

Reset checks in with a reporter and community leader for the latest on the ordinance.

GUESTS: Dave Savini, investigative reporter at CBS Chicago

Craig Futterman, founder of the Civil Rights and Police Accountability Project at the University of Chicago