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    Voters next year will choose people to serve on district councils created under an ordinance establishing civilian oversight over the Chicago Police Department [Don Vincent/The Daily Line]

    Next year, Chicago voters for the first time will elect members of district councils to represent them based on the police district in which they live.

    The three-member district councils across the city’s 22 police districts were created under the civilian oversight ordinance (SO2019-4132) aldermen approved last year, establishing Chicago’s first-ever citywide commission meant to provide oversight of the Chicago Police Department.

    Related: City Council approves long-sought civilian oversight of CPD, but supporters say there is still work ‘to be done’

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