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Record #: F2012-7   
Type: Report Status: Placed on File
Intro date: 2/15/2012 Current Controlling Legislative Body:
Final action: 2/15/2012
Title: Independent Police Review Authority's Quarterly Report (2011 Q4)
Sponsors: Dept./Agency
Topic: REPORTS - Quarterly
Attachments: 1. F2012-7.pdf
Independent Police Review Authority
city of chicago
TO: Office of the Mayor
Committee on Public Safety /Office ofthe City Clerk Legislative Reference Bureau

FROM: liana B.R. Rosenzweig Chief Administrator
RE: Quarterly Report DATE: January 17, 2012


Enclosed please find the Independent Police Review Authority's Quarterly Report provided pursuant to Municipal Code Section 2-57-110, which requires the filing of quarterly reports. The information contained in this report is accurate as of December 31, 2011. This quarterly report provides information for the period from October 1, 2011 through December 31, 2011.
If you have any questions or need any additional information, please contact me at 312-745-3551.

Independent Police Review Authority







Quarterly Report
October 1, 2011 - December 31, 2011



















January 17, 2012

This report is filed pursuant to Municipal Code Section 2-57-110, which requires the filing of quarterly reports. This quarterly report provides information for the period October 1, 2011 through December 31, 2011. The information contained in this report is accurate as of December 31, 2011. All of IPRA's public reports are available at www.iprachicago.org .


Quarterly Overview
During the past quarter, IPRA moved its offices from leased space on the campus of the Illinois Institute of Technology, to a city-owned building at Chicago Avenue and Ashland Avenue (the Goldblatt Building). This move resulted in a significant savings to the City.
The impact of the move on IPRA's operations, however, can be seen in the number of investigations IPRA was able to close in November and December 2011. There was a significant decrease due to a number of factors, including personnel having to prepare for and execute the move. This had a particularly large impact on the number of investigations supervisors were able to review and approve for closing.
In addition, additional on-going factors contributed to the ...

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