After receiving more than 400 responses to its preliminary draft on its new Use of Force policy–many of which appeared to be antagonistic, either claiming the department was “pandering” to reformers at the expense of police officers, or that the policy could be strengthened–the Chicago Police Department is going back to the drawing board. The Department issued an updated draft Monday and is again soliciting comments from the public over the next ten days.

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