Resident Input Sought on Police Policies


The Chicago Police Department is looking for community input on a series of policies and procedures as a part of ongoing reform efforts, according to Ald. Maria Hadden

Four community meetings will be held city-wide, including Tuesday, Feb. 4, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Truman College, 1145 W. Wilson., T

Residents will have the chance to discuss around 14 policies, including use of force, interactions with children and youth, use of body-worn cameras, and officer-involved death and shooting investigations.

The meeting is open to the general public and is an opportunity for people to give input on existing and new coming CPD policies, Hadden said in her weekly newsletter to constituents. People will have the chance to help determine new policies that will affect our community and city, she said.

Other meetings will be held Feb. 5 at Kennedy King College, 740 W. 63rd St.; Feb. 6 at JLM Abundant Life Center, 2622 W. Jackson; and Feb. 8 at Daley College, 7500 S. Pulaski.

Residents can find more information here.

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