Transparency Win in Chicago Police Records Case

Judge lifts Fraternal Order of Police injunction previously barring release of police misconduct records
CHICAGO --(ENEWSPF)--July 8, 2016.  Today an Illinois Appellate Court ruled to vacate an injunction secured by the Fraternal Order of Police that had blocked access to police misconduct records older than four years. Now the Chicago Police Department must disclose police misconduct records, from 1967 through the present, through the Freedom of Information Act -- records that the FOP had argued should be destroyed.

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