Only a few hours after the release of the Department of Justice’s investigation on Chicago policing, aldermen began to receive briefings on the content of the report from the mayor’s office. Of those willing to speak on the record about the report so soon after it’s release, there was broad acceptance that the report’s conclusions were true, but officials hedged on expectations that reform would be coming quickly to the Chicago Police Department.

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