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Avondale »

The Independent Police Review Authority investigator was fired, the inspector general said.

Norwood Park »

Ald. Anthony Napolitano, a former policeman, said the audit will be used to demonize police.

Bronzeville »

Police sometimes allowed to approve own overtime; city missing two years' worth of OT documentation.

Logan Square »

Less than half of Chicago eateries were inspected as required in 2015, according to an audit.

Lincoln Park »

No allegations of wrongdoing by employees were contained in the inspector general's report.

Near West Side »

Thirteen city employees were disciplined for giving friends free parking for Bulls and Hawks games.

Downtown »

The investigation led to the termination of several high-ranking water department officials.

Austin »

The inspector also gave preferential treatment to two private contractors, the inspector general found.

Logan Square »

The inspector general's office reviewed 300,000 emails during the probe.

Lincoln Park »

Inspector General Joseph Ferguson has vowed to play an active role in the effort to reform the police.

Jefferson Park »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel asked Water Department Commissioner Barrett Murphy to step down Friday.

Austin »

City Inspector General Joseph Ferguson released the data for the first time.

Englewood »

The city does not adequately fund infrastructure repair, Inspector General Joseph Ferguson found. 

Lincoln Square »

A new report from the city's Inspector General's office shows police staffing by district.

Downtown »

The employee also called the hearing officer deciding whether he should be fired “Judgey Wudgey.”