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Judge: IL State Police needed only offer other jobs to escape ADA suit brought by ex-trooper with diabetes

Dana Herra Jul. 29, 2016, 1:10pm

A former state trooper placed on restricted duty after a diabetic episode caused her to crash a squad car – and to whom the state offered three alternative positions - has failed in her bid to sue the Illinois State Police for discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Lawsuit vs Illinois State Police demands state homicide, killings data not reported to FBI since 1994

Jonathan Bilyk Dec. 4, 2015, 4:08pm

A Hoffman Estates lawyer who heads an online project designed to track how police report and solve murder cases in Illinois and nationwide says the Illinois State Police have withheld data from him and the public, and a judge should order them to turn over the information. On Dec. 3, attorney Thomas Hargrove, director of the Murder Accountability Project, filed suit in Cook County Circuit Court against the Illinois State Police.