Listen, I kind of ran from Intelligence. I’ll admit I wasn’t ready to work side by side with you. It was stupid. It’s like my family up there. I’d really like to come back. Okay. Is that okay with you? Yes. You sure? Yes. Okay, cause that was kind of quick.
Officers in the Chicago Police Department routinely used excessive and deadly force that violated subjects’ constitutional rights, according to a U.S. Department of Justice report released Friday.
The investigation found that officers engaged in a pattern or practice of abuses that federal officials attributed to “deficiencies” in how the CPD trains, investigates and punishes officers on the use of force.
Racist conduct is also prevalent among some CPD officers — behavior that was tolerated because of the deficiencies in the CPD’s systems of training, supervision and accountability, the DOJ said in a statement.
The report details alleged racial slurs that officers used against city residents. Read more