Posted on November 6, 2015
Remember when Tiny’s son was
beat up by his dealer beat and robbed of his phone while talking to his college counselor at 10p on a Friday night? Apparently, as a police officer you’re not allowed to look at police reports, well, certain police reports anyway:
“A routine audit several months ago found that 11 Chicago Police officers had “inappropriately accessed police reports” from a Dec. 19, 2014, robbery in Ravenswood, police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said in an emailed statement Thursday night.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s son Zach was robbed about 10 p.m. that night in the 4200 block of North Hermitage in the Ravenswood neighborhood.
Each of the 11 officers received one-day suspensions and formal reprimands for violating department policy, Guglielmi wrote.”
No matter. Head on over to CWBChicago and have a look at the report yourself, no one-day suspensions and formal reprimands required.