FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 12, 2022
COPA ANNOUNCES UPDATED DATA DASHBOARDS
CHICAGO – Today, the Civilian Office of Police Accountability (COPA) has updated its data dashboards, in an ongoing effort to build trust with the community through real-time data access. To view the data dashboards, please visit: https://www.chicagocopa.org/data-cases/data-dashboard/.
COPA’s updated data dashboards provide the public with more detailed and accessible information via multiple categories including:
Complaints: Allegations of misconduct submitted by members the public, Chicago Police Department members and/or anonymous complainants.
Allegations: A detailed breakdown of allegations by Police District and Allegation Type.
Demographics: Allegation categories by race and/or sex.
Closed Cases: A detailed breakdown of closed COPA investigations.
“Transparency is one of COPA’s core values and an essential component to building trust with the residents of the City of Chicago: civilian and sworn,” said First Deputy, Chief Administrator Ephraim Eaddy. “The Information Systems team at COPA are hard at work to provide residents of the city of Chicago, and anyone interested in accessing more information, data that is valuable and easier to access.”
COPA is committed to increased transparency and expanding on our ability to educate and inform the general public locally and nationally on issues involving police accountability.
Jennifer Rottner – Director of News Affairs
Ph: 312-720-8560 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org