Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot called the ruling “entirely the right decision.”
Chicago’s largest police union was seeking to enforce a contract provision requiring old complaint records be destroyed.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on LGBT discrimination highlights a session of historic rulings.
How are Illinois lawmakers thinking about police reform?
Atlanta police officer Garrett Rolfe is charged with felony murder and 10 other crimes.
Gary, Ind., is 80% African American, but it’s facing pressure to defund or reform its police force.
Disciplining and prosecuting police who break or skirt the law is not an easy task in the U.S.
The United Nations Human Rights Council says it will hold a debate on systemic racism and police brutality in wake of recent protests.
Thousands of people marched over the weekend to demand police reform and support the Black Lives Matter movement.
Must Chicago Destroy Records Of Police Complaints After 5 Years? Illinois Supreme Court Scheduled To Decide This Week
The Illinois Supreme Court may issue an order that could potentially undermine attempts to identify problematic cops.