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IPRA Ordinance
Unofficial Version - For Informational Purposes Only
Pursuant to the Municipal Code of Chicago, Chapter 2-57, the Independent Police Review Authority, through its Chief Administrator, recommends discipline in sustained cases to the Superintendent of the Chicago Police Department. It should be noted that IPRA disciplinary recommendations are subject to a non-concurrence by the Superintendent of Police, or a hearing by the Chicago Police Board, either of which may result in a final disposition different from the IPRA recommendation contained in the posted investigative abstract. The final determination of discipline is made by the Superintendent of Police or the Police Board.
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Statistical Report - Officer Involved Tasing

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2007 City of Chicago Independent Police Review Authority