The Chicago Police Department is seeking input from the public on suggested updates to its current Prohibition Regarding Racial Profiling and Other Bias-Based Policing policy. We are looking for public feedback and lived experiences on ways we can better improve this policy.
 
Current policy defines Racial Profiling and Other Bias-Based Policing as: In making routine or spontaneous law enforcement decisions, Chicago Police Department officers will not use race, ethnicity, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, immigration status, homeless status, marital status, parental status, military discharge status, financial status, or lawful source of income to any degree, except that officers may rely on the listed characteristics in a specific suspect description. Routine or spontaneous law enforcement decisions include but are not limited to responding to calls for service, interacting with witnesses, conducting investigatory stops, initiating traffic stops, issuing citations, making arrests, or performing other law enforcement activities.

Please remember that you can choose not to answer any question that makes you uncomfortable or that you do not want to answer.


DISCLAIMER – this survey cannot be used to file a complaint of misconduct against a Chicago Police Officer. You may file a complaint by clicking here.

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