Firings in Under 1% of Complaints vs. Chicago Cops

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Chicago police officers faced nearly 135,000 complaints over a 34-year period but fewer than 1 percent of those cases resulted in a firing, according to a trove of records Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s administration released yesterday under a court order, the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Despite the Emanuel administration’s pledge of transparent government, the information was released to the Sun . . .

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