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www.courthousenews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Castro-Phoenix-COMPLAINT.pdf

Defendant(s) John Doe(s) and or Jane Doe(s) are yet unknown police officers who .... McFadden was employed as a police officer with Chicago Police Department. ... Samuel Cintron Sr. v. Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy et al. 14-CV-4100. * Deandre Hobson v. Officer Jason McFadden, et al Case No. 14-cv -10091.

www.illinoiscourts.gov/OPINIONS/AppellateCourt/2017/1stDistrict/1123563.pdf

May 17, 2017 ... Appellate Court. People v. Spivey, 2017 IL App (1st) 123563. Appellate Court. Caption. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. DONALD .... At trial, Chicago police officer Jason Perez testified that at 4:55 a.m. on July 3, 2010, he and his .... Spivey (and McFadden et al.) had not been ...

cpdb.co/officer/jason-mcfadden/4802

The Citizens Police Data Project is a publicly useful database of police misconduct allegations against the Chicago Police Department. ... 5881Jason Mcfadden. Unit003 / District 3 - Grand CrossingRankPolice OfficerJoinedSep 30, 2002RaceWhiteSexMale ? ? data withheld for this period. data withheld for this period.

www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/ct-met-chicago-police-commander-paul-bauer-20180214-story.html

Feb 15, 2018 ... Four-time felon charged in fatal shooting of Chicago police Cmdr. Paul Bauer. Photos: Chicago police officer fatally shot in the Loop. Chicago police Cmdr. Paul Bauer was shot and killed near the Thompson Center in the Loop on Feb. 13, 2018. Jeremy Gorner, Megan Crepeau, Elvia MalagonChicago ...

www.nlg.org/nlg-review/article/watching-the-watchers-monitoring-police-performance-as-public-servants

Several cases are making their way through the courts in which police officers arrested people for video recording police officers or for refusing to stop recording when asked. Courts ... Ten years after the Holliday tape, the Supreme Court noted the usefulness of videotapes of alleged police brutality incidents in Saucier v.