CPD unveils new reform measures

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CHICAGO --   Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson announced new reform measures for the department.

The plan centers around more community engagement and better training for officers.

The department faces a lot of scrutiny given the ongoing violence in Chicago.

The superintendent emphasizes a lot of the trouble is deeply entrenched in neighborhoods, and it won't be improved overnight.

CPD also plans to roll out more body cameras this year.

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