IPRA looks to audit police-involved shootings dating back to 2007

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CHICAGO – In an effort to gain back the public’s trust, IPRA director Sharon Fairley says she is calling for an audit of closed Chicago police officer-involved shooting cases dating back to 2007.

An independent law firm will conduct the audit at first, Fairley says, looking at about 20-40 cases.

The purpose, she says, is to look at the investigative process and the accuracy of the findings, as well as what she called potential “shortcomings” in CPD’s use of force policies.


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