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December 14, 2007
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Ill. county unveils unit to review cop shootings

By Steve Mills and David Heinzmann
Tribune staff reporters

COOK COUNTY, Ill. — The Cook County state's attorney's office announced Thursday that it had established a special unit to review police shootings and other allegations of excessive force by officers, hoping to plug gaps in how prosecutors uncover and evaluate misconduct by police.

Acknowledging his office had missed evidence of wrongdoing turned up in easily obtainable sources such as lawsuits, State's Atty. Richard Devine said that the new unit would examine those civil suits and other sources for potential evidence of wrongdoing.

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