The Chicago Police Board is an independent civilian body that oversees certain activities of the Chicago Police Department. The nine members of the Board are private citizens appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the City Council.
The Police Board's primary powers and responsibilities include:
See Sections 2-84-010 through 2-84-030 of the Municipal Code of Chicago, for more detailed information.
|Jan 17, 2017||Notice and Agenda for the January 19 Police Board Meeting|
|Jan 3, 2017||Notice of revisions to the Police Board's Rules of Procedure|
|Dec 9, 2016||Next Regular Public Meeting of the Police Board: Thursday, January 19, at 7:30 p.m., at Chicago Public Safety Headquarters, 3510 South Michigan Avenue|
|Jan 13, 2017||Police Board to Thoroughly Consider Recommendations from the Department of Justice Report|
|Aug 30, 2016||Disciplinary Charges Relating to the Laquan McDonald Shooting Filed with the Police Board|
|Aug 9, 2016||Illinois Appellate Court Affirms Police Board Decision in Orsa & Murphy v. Police Board|
|Jul 12, 2016||Illinois Appellate Court Affirms Police Board Decision in McDermott v. Police Board|
|Jun 23, 2016||Illinois Appellate Court Affirms Police Board Decision in Castro v. Police Board|
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