Illinois Criminal Justice Panel Issues More Reform Ideas

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A criminal justice commission created by Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner has produced its final recommendations, adding another 13 to its list. Those recommendations include training to recognize “implicit racial and ethnic bias” among law-enforcement officers, judges and lawyers, as well as collecting data on race and ethnicity to understand how minorities are disproportionately affected by such bias, reports the Chicago Sun-Times. Other . . .

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