Inspector General Finds CPD Disciplinary Process Inconsistent, Unfair

A report released by the Office of Inspector General on Thursday found that the agencies that review Chicago police misconduct cases cannot ensure procedural fairness and consistency.

The agencies that investigate misconduct allegations are CPD’s bureau of internal affairs or the Civilian Office of Police Accountability. If either agency finds that a CPD member committed misconduct, then the agency recommends a disciplinary penalty.

Continue reading at

More from our Recent Developments Blog.​

Get the last news.

The LRIS staff finds news stories on labor and employment issues affecting law enforcement, fire protection, corrections, EMTs and other public safety personnel.
Join our email list to receive these FREE updates.