Just 124 of Chicago's police force of 12,000 were identified in nearly a third of the misconduct lawsuits settled since 2009, suggesting that officers who engaged in questionable behavior did it over and over, reports the Chicago Tribune. Eight-two percent of the department's officers were not named in any settlements. The conduct of those 124 officers cost the city $34 million, the Tribune found. While many officers as well as police union officials attribute claims of . . .
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