Successful Chicago Police Reform Could Depend On City’s Political Will

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The promise of reforming the Chicago Police Department to rebuild community trust could largely depend on whether the political will exists to do it, reports the Christian Science Monitor. Mayor Rahm Emanuel spoke of “systematic challenges that will require sustained reforms” in firing Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy and creating an accountability task force to probe
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