Community can report alleged CPD misconduct to DOJ investigators

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Friday, December 18, 2015
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CHICAGO (WLS) -- U.S. Department of Justice officials set up a phone number and email for people to report alleged misconduct by Chicago police.

The Justice Department is asking people to call or email with relevant information that would help in the federal civil rights investigation against the Chicago Police Department.

Community outreach is a key feature of the probe. Investigators will also conduct town hall meetings.

Here's the phone number: (844) 401-3735 (toll-free)

Here's the email address:

For those who would like to mail information, here's the address:

U.S. Department of Justice

Civil Rights Division, Special Litigation Section

601 D St. NW, Rm. 5907A

Washington, D.C. 20004

Attn: DJ# 207-23-13


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