Read the Illinois attorney general’s memo admonishing the CPD for its PCI program

The scathing memo tells the department to stop its newly announced program focusing on a quota of 1.5 million positive community interactions in 2022

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Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul

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Through a records request, the Sun-Times obtained a memo from Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul’s office that urged city lawyers to “suspend or at least pause” a newly announced Chicago Police department effort to hit 1.5 million so-called positive community interactions in 2022.

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