A joint meeting of Budget and Public Safety Committees convenes Monday morning to consider the appointment of a new Deputy Inspector General for Public Safety. The position, created by Council last October, will perform regular audits of the Chicago Police Department and its oversight agencies. The $137,052-a-year position was created last fall as part of a larger police reform ordinance to replace the Independent Police Review Authority (IPRA) with a new Civilian Office of Police Accountability (COPA).

Want to read the whole article?

Members of The Daily Line get full access to articles associated with their subscription, including our archives, spreadsheets, and reports, along with our daily newsletters and exclusive offers on our special events.

Sign up