NIU police chief put on leave amid scandal
The chief was placed on administrative leave after a court found the department hid information in a sexual assault case
Chicago Daily Herald
DEKALB, Ill. — Northern Illinois University Police Chief Donald Grady on Saturday was placed on administrative leave after a court found the department took part in an "egregious" and "purposeful hiding of information" in handling a sexual assault case.
Grady will be on leave pending the finalization of charges and disciplinary action, Acting Director of Public Safety Bill Nicklas said in a statement. Police chief since 2001, Grady led the force as the university dealt with campus shootings in 2008 that left five students dead.
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