Chicago Crusader: Chicago Police Watchdog Finds Nearly 100 Misconduct Allegations Related To 2019 Raid by Sanjana Karanth, HuffPost. The raid was on the wrong house:
Chicago’s police oversight group found nearly 100 alleged instances of misconduct stemming from a violent, botched raid more than two years ago on social worker Anjanette Young’s home.
The Civilian Office of Police Accountability (COPA) released a statement on Thursday announcing the completion of its 16-month investigation into the 2019 raid, in which a dozen police officers knocked down Young’s door with guns drawn, and handcuffed her while she was naked and in distress.
The investigation’s report describes massive deficiencies in the Chicago Police Department’s policies and training, and encouraged the department to prioritize improving those issues. COPA said it had already disclosed some of the issues it discovered in previous public comments and recommendations to the police superintendent.