Members of the City Council Black Caucus flank Cong. Bobby Rush to call for continued police reform on Thursday, April 13. (Credit: Mike Fourcher)

Members of the City Council Black Caucus were joined by African-American county, state and federal elected officials Thursday morning as they announced plans to vote against a future Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) contract if the contract did not include specified reforms, including removing restrictions on investigations of anonymous complaints, and removing the ban on rewards to police officers who provide information about misconduct.

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