Pat O'Brien In The July 13th 2020 POLITICO ILLINOIS PLAYBOOK
— Race for Cook County state’s attorney heats up. Republican Pat O’Brien, a former Cook County Circuit Court judge running against Kim Foxx for state’s attorney, has set up an online hotline for residents to report allegations of misconduct or failure to perform duties by Foxx or the state’s attorney’s office. O’Brien’s move follows Foxx recently creating an online complaint process to report allegations of criminal police misconduct. O’Brien says residents already have avenues to make such reports by contacting the Civilian Office of Police Accountability and Chicago’s 311 non-emergency call service. “As murders and gun violence soar in one of the bloodiest summers in Chicago, Ms. Foxx has set her sights on police officers, the men and women who provide our first line of defense from crime and violence,” said O’Brien.
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To Report allegations of misconduct by Kim Foxx visit www.foxxfails.com.