New Report Finds Chicago Missed 70% Of Court-Mandated Police Reforms

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Officers attend a Chicago Police Department graduation ceremony at Navy Pier. On Tuesday, a years-long plan to create a civilian board to oversee CPD hit another roadblock after a disagreement about who should have final say over police policy. Manuel Martinez / WBEZ
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Officers attend a Chicago Police Department graduation ceremony at Navy Pier. On Tuesday, a years-long plan to create a civilian board to oversee CPD hit another roadblock after a disagreement about who should have final say over police policy. Manuel Martinez / WBEZ

New Report Finds Chicago Missed 70% Of Court-Mandated Police Reforms

Chicago missed 70% of its deadlines in the first year of the court-enforced police reform plan known as a consent decree, according to a new report filed in federal court.

Reset checks in with WBEZ’s Patrick Smith for more on the city’s police reform efforts.

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