by Mary C. Piemonte
After seven years of litigation, on July 29, 2014, the City of Chicago provided Jamie Kalven, founder and principal staff member of the Invisible Institute, with a batch of documents on police misconduct that took place between 2001 and 2008.
According to Kalven, the list of misconduct reports involved police officers assigned to “public housing south” and those who participated in any of the Chicago Police Department’s “early intervention” programs. The documents were produced by the city as a result of “Bond v. Utreras” and other lawsuits.
The documents from the recently settled freedom of information case, Kalven v. Chicago, can be found on the Invisible Institute website where, according to Kalven, they “are now universally available” to the public.
List of Police Officers with Misconducts and Settlement Agreement
“Bond List of 662 Chicago Police Officers with more than ten misconduct complaints between May 2001 and May 2006.
Bond List of Chicago Police Officers “with more than ten misconduct complaints between 2001-2006 who participated in any of the Chicago Police Department’s “early intervention” programs.”
“List of Chicago police officers with more than five misconduct complaints from May 2002 to December 2008. List produced by the City in Moore v. Chicago.”
“List of named officers with more than ten misconduct complaints between 2001-2006 who at any time during that period were assigned to Public Housing South (“Unit 715″). List was produced by the City of Chicago in ‘Bond v. Utreras, et al.’, No. 04 C 2617 (N.D. III.).”
“List of Chicago police officers with more than five excessive force complaints from May 2002 to December 2008. List produced by the City in Moore v. Chicago.”
Kalven v. Chicago settlement agreement