Report: Less than 1% of Chicago police complaints lead to firings

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CHICAGO — A new report finds, less than one out of a hundred complaints about Chicago police misconduct result in anyone being fired.

That’s according to information, just released by City Hall.

The Sun-Times examined more than 130,000 citizen complaints against the police, covering 34 years. They were directed at about 19,000 officers.

Only one out of eight complaints resulted in any action against the cops.

Fewer than 600 were fired, others were suspended or reprimanded.

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