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Patricia Banks, who retired from the Cook County bench in January, will lead COPA on an interim basis.

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Sharon Fairley is expected to formally resign soon and announce her bid for Illinois attorney general.

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The new agency will be launched with a formal ceremony Friday at the South Shore Cultural Center.

Jefferson Park »

The new agency was formed after a police officer shot Laquan McDonald 16 times. 

Englewood »

Nearly 60 two-year-old misconduct complaints have yet to be resolved, officials said.

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The City Council on Wednesday moved to replace the embattled Independent Police Review Authority.

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Critics said the new Civilian Office of Police Accountability has little actual civilian involvement.

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

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University of Chicago law professor Craig Futterman told council panel that IPRA needs to go.

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A police official has retired after the report by Inspector General Joe Ferguson, the Sun-Times said.

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The city inspector general said IPRA underreported the number of times police shot at people and missed.

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The Independent Police Review Authority fielded 1,300 complaints in three months, down year to year.

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A City Council committee plans to talk about ways to revamp police accountability.

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Their ordinance also would set a five-year limit on going after police accused of abuse.

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The agency will set up satellite offices in East Garfield Park, Auburn Gresham and Grand Boulevard also.