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Record #: SO2022-1226   
Type: Ordinance Status: Failed to Pass
Intro date: 4/27/2022 Current Controlling Legislative Body: Committee on Public Safety
Final action: 11/16/2022
Title: Establishment of residential warrant rules and regulations for Chicago Police Department members
Sponsors: Hadden, Maria E. , Dowell, Pat
Topic: CITY DEPARTMENTS/AGENCIES - Police
Attachments: 1. SO2022-1226 CPD RESID WA_20221104125353, 2. SO2022-1226.pdf, 3. O2022-1226.pdf
Committee on Public Safety


SUBSTITUTE: The Revised Anianette Young Ordinance
Whereas, at least 94 people, including 13 police officers, have been killed during.police execution of "ho-knock warrants" in the United States between 2010 and 2016.
Whereas, tlie Chicago Police Department regularly conducts home raids on residences as part of its law enforcement mandate. This practice is commonly referred to as executing "no-knock warrants" or "knock and announce warrants" which do not actually provide residents with a reasonable opportunity to answer the door;
Whereas, during these raids, Chicago Police Department members have displayed a reckless disregard for the dignity, safety, and civil and human rights of the Cliicago community;
Whereas, the Chicago Police Department conducts home raids almost exclusively in Black and Brown communities. The Office of Inspector General found that Black men are targeted by Chicago police in home raids more than 25 times as often as white men. 79% of the women targeted in home raids arc Black, and only 7 % are white;
Whereas, the Chicago Police Department's home raids have resulted in CPD members breaking into people's homes and pointing guns at young children, the elderly, and vulnerable individuals; handcuffing children; destroying property; assaulting people's human dignity and committing other forms of violence and trauma;
Whereas, the Chicago Police Department has maintained inadequate procedures to verify that its officers have targeted the correct, residences for home raids, has failed to track and report accurate data to the public about home raids, and has failed to hold officers accountable for abuses in obtaining search warrants and executing home raids;
Whereas, Chicago Police Department members invaded the home of Ms. Anjanette Young, a social worker whose residence was wrongfully targeted by the CPD;
Whereas, Cliicago Police Department members found Ms. Young completely naked in her home, handcuffed her and ignored her...

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