At midnight Friday, the city’s contract with rank and file members of the Chicago Police Department expires, providing the city with a rare opportunity to make changes recommended by the mayor’s Police Accountability Task Force and the Department of Justice’s pattern and practice investigation, both prompted in the wake of the fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald, an African-American teen shot 16 times by a Chicago Police Officer in 2014.

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