Chicago’s Office of the Inspector General released a report Thursday regarding the Chicago Police Department’s enforcement of Rule 14 violations.
The city’s watchdog agency found the department continues to employ more than 100 officers who knowingly provided false information during criminal investigations.
“Effective enforcement of Rule 14 is what stands between us and a world in which police officers get away with lying. We cannot expect effective, accountable law enforcement if we do not take every opportunity to ensure credibility,” Inspector General Deborah Witzburg said in a statement. “We cannot keep people safe from crimes we can’t prosecute, and we cannot build trust without truthfulness.”
Read the report below: