Probes of shootings by Chicago police beefed up

"We are committed to a transparent process."

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.

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