A new city agency in charge of investigating Chicago police officers launches September 15,  giving the new oversight office just over 100 days to finish filling 25% of its roughly 140 budgeted staff positions. Codified by an ordinance approved last fall, the Civilian Office of Police Accountability (COPA) will replace the Independent Police Review Authority (IPRA).

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