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Resource ID: #26492
Subject: Police
Date: 2013-12-27


Description Chicago reporters Mark Konkol and Quinn Ford revealed a little known provision in the Chicago Police Department's disciplinary code that has a major impact on Chicago. Known as Rule 14, the rule bars lying by officers in their official capacities and is supposed to result in firings if found guilty. Konkol and Ford, however, found most officers don't lose their jobs, fostering a code of silence in the department.

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