Despite a long-standing clause in Chicago’s Fraternal Order of Police contract, disciplinary records for police should not be destroyed after five years, the Illinois Supreme Court ruled Thursday. The ruling effectively overturns an arbitrator’s award to enforce that part of the contract and sides with the city of Chicago.

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