Chicago Aldermen, Activists Call For City To Keep Police Hearings Public

From The Chicago Tribune — Several progressive aldermen and activists have joined a growing list of critics calling for the Chicago City Council to reject an arbitrator’s ruling that would allow Chicago police officers accused of serious misconduct to have their disciplinary cases decided behind closed doors.

“Let’s not take steps back, but let’s keep working together to make sure that cops are held accountable,” Ald. Julia Ramirez, 12th, said during a news conference Thursday at City Hall.

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