Judge Says Chicago PD Must Release Nearly 50 Years Of Misconduct Files Before The End Of This Year
50 YEARS of Chicago police misconduct. Hope they have a big truck.
The rollout probably won’t begin immediately, but the Chicago PD — which has only turned over about 100 files so far — has until the end of the year to fork over the remaining 174,900 responsive documents it says it has on hand. Right now, it seems to be focusing its energy on appealing the decision and complaining about how producing misconduct documents will somehow be unfair to the general public.