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A supervisor with the Chicago Independent Police Review Authority (IPRA), George Roberts, was arrested in the early morning on New Years day for driving under the influence. The IPRA investigates allegations of police misconduct including police brutality. The Chicago Sun Times reported on the arrest.

According to an arrest report, the Chicago Police officers who curbed Roberts’ black 2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer smelled a strong odor of alcohol and saw that he seemed confused, had difficulty exiting the vehicle, was staggering and had glassy eyes and slurred speech.

The officers also saw that Roberts has soiled himself, the arrest report said. He “spontaneously” said that he had just left a lounge and “had consumed two rum and cokes.”

The IPRA confirmed that Roberts was a supervisor with the authority. As previously reported by Rebelpundit, the IPRA was created to replace Office of Professional Services after concerns that the cops were investigating themselves. The Chicago Justice Project’s data analysis showed that the IPRA was no more effective in charging cops with misconduct then its predecessor.

3 Responses

  1. Jesse

    Who watches the watchman. Dirty Harry says: ” A man just has to know his limitations. “


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