Chicago, DOJ May Agree To Independent Police Monitor

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The city of Chicago and the U.S. Justice Department have negotiated a draft agreement that calls for an independent monitor to oversee police department reforms, though it is unclear if there will be court oversight in the future, the Associated Press reports. A monitor would be appointed if DOJ gives final approval to the “memorandum of agreement,” which includes a framework for adopting and . . .

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