Tag: OPS

Missed opportunities

Missed opportunities for true reform

Great opportunities to broaden the discourse around accountability within the criminal justice system in Chicago and Cook County were recently missed. A closer examination of

be careful

Be careful what you wish for

Daley has once again outsmarted his critics by removing the Office of Professional Standards (OPS), the office that investigates civilian complaints against Chicago Police officers,

horror show

A justice horror show!

For once I agree completely with the Tribune’s editorial board. The details around the release of James Ealy definitely depict a justice system that can

Mayor Daley

An Open Letter to Mayor Daley

The recent resignation of Tisa Morris as Head of the Office of Professional Standards, (OPS), provides an historic opportunity to redesign the accountability processes within

Illegal Detention (Part 1 of 5)

The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals handed down a very important decision on September 22 in the case of Joseph Lopez v. City of Chicago,

Bad Apples

Just a few bad apples?

Recent disclosures about four Special Operations Section SOS officers being arrested for their “on the job activities” brings back memories. The memories are of the

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