Seven Chicago Officers Drew 100 Complaints Each Since 1967

Print More

A small group of Chicago police officers have amassed more than 100 complaints each over their careers, including notoriously corrupt cops who wound up in prison and others whose allegations of repeated wrongdoing were never before made public, a Chicago Tribune analysis of five decades of complaint records shows. Of the more than 125,000 complaints filed against officers, nearly 90 percent  were . . .

Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!