Chicago police on Friday released the video and audio recordings from more than 100 incidents involving allegations of excessive use of force and officer-involved shootings. The move is part of a broader effort to improve public trust and transparency following the death of Laquan McDonald, who was 17 when he was fatally shot by a Chicago police officer. Chicago’s Independent Police Review Authority publicized the materials on a freely accessible portal. Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s Police Accountability Task Force suggested in February that the materials be made public within 60 days of their recommendation.
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