Chicago police misconduct can't stay secret, judge rules
An Illinois state appeals court ruled on Monday that misconduct complaints against Chicago police are public record and cannot be kept secret.
The ruling rejected law enforcement's claim that the complaints were exempt from the Illinois Freedom of Information Act. As a result, files alleging misconduct by Chicago police, as well as files naming police officers who've received the most complaints, must be released to the public when requested.
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