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Lori LIghtfoot

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If confirmed by the City Council, Lori Lightfoot, will serve as Police board president until July 2019.

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Police Board President Lori Lightfoot's term expires Monday. She hasn't spoken to the mayor since April.

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Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson on Tuesday outlined his reform goals for 2017.

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The Chicago Police Board voted 8-0 to dismiss Officer Francisco Perez.

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The group is preparing to pressure local lawmakers if there is no agreement between the city and feds.

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But Lori Lightfoot says she sees "no evidence" the police union will help solve the problems uncovered.

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The board is trying to "censor" activists who want justice for Laquan McDonald, said Will Calloway.

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"There's no strategic plan right now for training in the Department," said Lori Lightfoot.

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The show also features Amara Enyia, a policy consultant who ran for mayor against Rahm Emanuel in 2015.

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After squabbles, City Council group sets up neighborhood meetings for public input on police misconduct.

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The Police Accountability Task Force is asking the city to make changes to connect with the community.

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Read the full report from the Chicago Police Accountability Task Force.

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The annual event features workshops on how to improve Woodlawn.

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The board originally said it would name finalists for the police job by the end of February.

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WATCH: "We are not a PR stunt," protesters chanted before being escorted off stage by police officers.