Proposed Amendments to the Board's Rules of Procedure

July 22, 2019

At its July 18 public meeting, the Police Board amended its Rules of Procedure as set forth in the draft posted on the Board’s website on June 26. The amendments in Sections I-III apply to all cases for which a hearing has not yet taken place, and the amendments in Sections IV-VI take effect immediately.

 

June 26, 2019 Alert

A revised draft of the proposed amendments to the Police Board's Rules of Procedure is being made available for public review. There is one revision to the previous draft--the addition is in bold and italics on page 2.

 

June 13, 2019 Alert

revised draft of the proposed amendments to the Police Board's Rules of Procedure is being made available for public review. Revisions to the previous draft are indicated in bold and italics (see pp. 3, 4, 6, 8, and 9).

 

May 1, 2019 Alert

A revised draft of the proposed amendments to the Police Board's Rules of Procedure is being made available for public review and comment. (Revisions to the March 29 draft are indicated in bold and italics.)

The Board welcomes comments on the proposed amendments. Written comments should be addressed to the Board and sent to the attention of Executive Director Max Caproni (at the Board's office or via email to Max.Caproni@cityofchicago.org) so that he receives them by Friday, May 31. There will also be an opportunity to comment on the proposed amendments at the Board’s May 16 public meeting (contact the Board's office by 4:30pm of the day before the meeting to sign up to speak at the meeting).

 

March 29, 2019 Alert

As announced at the March 21 Police Board public meeting, the Board plans to consider at an upcoming public meeting amendments to its Rules of Procedure.  Included here is a draft of the proposed amendments, including those in response to the Consent Decree entered in Illinois v. Chicago.  The sections of the Consent Decree that pertain to the Police Board are available here.   

The Board welcomes comments on the proposed amendments. Written comments should be addressed to the Board and sent to the attention of Executive Director Max Caproni (at the Board's office or via email to Max.Caproni@cityofchicago.org) so that he receives them by Friday, April 19.  There will also be an opportunity to comment on the proposed amendments at the Board’s April 11 public meeting (contact the Board's office by 4:30pm of the day before the meeting to sign up to speak at the meeting).

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