Three Things You Can Do Right Now …

.. To Save Chicago Police Records From Being Destroyed

By Ken HareChicago Defender Staff Writer

Chicago Defender Staff Writer

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Chicago is ground zero in the national crusade towards police reformation and accountability. Currently, underway in the courts is a legal battle that will no doubt have repercussions nationally and perhaps internationally – the fight to preserve the police misconduct records.
The Chicago Defender has reported on this issue in a groundbreaking, three-part series which you can read by clicking on the link:

http://chicagodefender.com/2016/01/07/fraternal-order-of-police/

Without the public’s support, it is a strong possibility that decades of potential police misconduct records could be wiped out. Here are three things that you can do right now to help prevent this from happening:

  1. You can call City Hall at 312.744.3300 and let them know that you support keeping the records.
  2. You can email the mayor at: letterforthemayor@cityofchicago.org
  3. Sign and distribute the online petition at Change.org:

https://www.change.org/p/mayor-rahm-emanuel-save-chicago-police-misconduct-records-before-its-too-late

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