Chicago Police Union Asks Judge To Rule Cops Accused Of Serious Misconduct Can Have Cases Heard In Private

Chicago’s largest police union is asking a judge to issue a ruling in favor of an arbitrator’s controversial decision that the most serious police disciplinary cases can be heard behind closed doors.

The Chicago Fraternal Order of Police filed a motion seeking a summary judgment on Friday — just a day after alderpersons voted again to reject arbitrator Edwin Benn’s finding that cops facing dismissal or suspensions over one year have the right to circumvent the Chicago Police Board.

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