Chicago Police Watchdog Complains of Reporting Delays

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The Chicago Police Department routinely delays reporting police-involved shootings longer than it should, waiting about half an hour on average to tell the city’s Independent Police Review Authority (IPRA) about shootings by officers last year, the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Last year, the agency opened investigations of 24 shootings by officers, including a suicide the police didn’t notify IPRA about for more . . .

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