"We are committed to a transparent process."
By ANNIE SWEENEY
Chicago Sun Times
CHICAGO — Chicago Police Department officials testifying Friday at a public hearing said they were adjusting how officer-involved shootings are investigated.
The announcement came at a hearing called by Ald. Isaac Carothers (29th), chairman of the City Council's Police Committee, in response to several complaints from families of people who have been shot by police.
Probes of shootings by Chicago police beefed up