Dean Angelo is the head of Fraternal Order of Police and joins the show to talk about the impending release of the Department of Justice’s report on the Chicago Police Department.
Ray Stevens asked on Friday morning, “When this report comes out [will there be] more handcuffs on police than offenders?”
“Hopefully not,” Angelo responded. He explained that the FOP tends to deal with a morale issue every once in awhile especially with the uptick in an anti-police trend sweeping across the country.
“We’re expecting some hits, and hopefully, there is something in there that benefits our members for promotions,” Angelo explain. He has optimism that there will be observations made of the positive occurrences in the department and that the report will not solely focus on the indiscretions.
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