Chicago is at “an historic crossroads” as it works to reform its Police Department and revamp how officers are held accountable for misconduct, the man picked by the city’s watchdog to oversee public safety told aldermen Thursday.

Ald. Ricardo Munoz (22), left, consults with Joseph Lipari, who is expected to be confirmed Wednesday by the Chicago City Council as the deputy inspector general for public safety. [Heather Cherone/The Daily Line]

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