Activist community groups and attorneys at the forefront of the police reform movement filed suit in federal court Wednesday against the city and members of the Chicago Police Department, seeking a consent decree to enforce police reform measures. The move, if successful, would give a third party outside of government standing in a consent decree with federal courts to enforce changes, and would empower a federal judge to enforce a strict and costly set of reforms for oversight, accountability, and use of force policies.

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