DOJ Report Portrays Chicago Police in ‘The Stone Age’

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The Chicago Police Department is stuck in the Stone Age, from training that relies on 35-year-old videos to outdated pursuit tactics that imperil suspects, officers, and innocent bystanders, says the scathing 161-page report released last Friday by the Justice Department, the Chicago Sun-Times reports. The city's police department has the officers "to make community policing work,” the report said . . .

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