Friday, November 20, 2015

Chicago police discipline rare and biased?

Some of reasons why police misconduct is often so bad and widespread, is the occupational and organizational culture. Discipline for officers is relatively rare in many agencies.  One of the worst in Chicago.

"In 18 years with the Chicago Police Department, the nation’s second-largest, Jerome Finnigan had never been disciplined — although 68 citizen complaints had been lodged against him, including accusations that he used excessive force and regularly conducted illegal searches.

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