Read the full draft consent decree below
City and state officials reached an agreement Friday on a plan outlining far-reaching reforms more than a year after a scathing Justice Department report found civil rights abuses within the Chicago Police Department.
The proposed consent decree, which calls for "wide-reaching reform of CPD's policies, practices, training, and accountability mechanisms" was released Friday afternoon, though it would still require a judge's approval. If approved, it will be a court order enforced by a federal judge.
The decree was released Friday afternoon by Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson.
Read more here and see the full decree below.