CHICAGO -- Dozens of religious leaders and community activists marched to Chicago police headquarters today to deliver a list of 15 police reforms.
Protesters say the reforms are non negotiable and have a timeline for their implementation.
The group also demanded a meeting with Superintendent Eddie Johnson.
Johnson is in Washington, D.C. for a police conference, but Deputy Superintendent John Escalante said some of the reforms have already been adopted and that police are committed to making more reforms to improve the department.
Johnson plans to meet with clergy members when he gets back in town.