* “City To Quit Ordering Police-Shooting Investigators To Change Findings”…
The agency that probes shootings by Chicago police says it will no longer order investigators to change their findings.
Sharon Fairley, chief administrator of the city’s Independent Police Review Authority, said at a Wednesday news conference that investigators can stick to their findings even if superiors overturn them.
Fairley also promised a paper trail in the case file. “We would document that kind of conflict going forward,” she said.
WBEZ revealed that Scott Ando, Fairley’s predecessor, fired Supervising Investigator Lorenzo Davis last July after he resisted orders to change findings that officers were at fault in six shooting cases.