A large gathering of community group representatives, aldermen, and police reform advocates met on the second floor City Hall lobby to push for creation of a new structure with oversight of the Chicago Police Department, COPA, and the Police Board. Despite opposition from the FOP and some city leadership, the wind is at their backs, they argue, as the mayor and aldermen face re-election in 2019.

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