Chicago Police Issue ‘Road Map’ of Expected Reforms

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In an attempt to assuage fears that Chicago police will slow reform efforts under the Trump administration, Superintendent Eddie Johnson yesterday issued a "road map" of proposed changes to training, supervision and discipline, the Chicago Tribune reports. Providing limited details and setting few specific deadlines, the 27-page document — titled "Next Steps for Reform" — lays out a few concrete moves to come . . .

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