Khalil Muhammad

  • Recommendation Suspension
  • Decision Suspension
  • Length of process 4 months June 04, 2019 to October 16, 2019 Closed

Charged with violating 4 rules on 6 counts

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Rule 38 1 count

Unlawful or unnecessary use or display of a weapon.

Rule 6 1 count

Disobedience of an order or directive, whether written or oral.

Rule 3 2 counts

Any failure to promote the Department's efforts to implement its policy or accomplish its goals.

Rule 2 2 counts

Any action or conduct which impedes the Department's efforts to achieve its policy and goals or brings discredit upon the Department.

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The members of the Police Board of the City of Chicago hereby certify that they have read and reviewed the record of proceedings, received the oral report of the Hearing Officer, and conferred with the Hearing Officer. The Police Board hereby adopts the findings set forth herein by the following votes. By votes of 7 in favor (Ghian Foreman, Paula Wolff, Matthew C. Crowl, Eva-Dina Delgado, Steve Flores, John P. O’Malley Jr., and Andrea L. Zopp) to 0 opposed, the Board finds the Respondent guilty of violating Rule 2, Rule 3, Rule 6, and Rule 38, as set forth in paragraph nos. 5 and 6 above. As a result of the foregoing, the Board, by a vote of 7 in favor (Foreman, Wolff, Crowl, Delgado, Flores, O’Malley, and Zopp) to 0 opposed, hereby determines that cause exists for suspending the Respondent from his position as a sergeant with the Department of Police and from the services of the City of Chicago for a period of one-hundred-eighty (180) days. NOW THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the Respondent, Sergeant Khalil Muhammad, Star No. 960, as a result of having been found guilty of all charges in Police Board Case No. 19 PB 2956, shall be suspended from his position as a sergeant with the Department of Police and from the services of the City of Chicago for a period of one-hundred-eighty (180) days. This disciplinary action is adopted and entered by a majority of the members of the Police Board: Ghian Foreman, Paula Wolff, Matthew C. Crowl, Eva-Dina Delgado, Steve Flores, John P. O’Malley Jr., and Andrea L. Zopp.

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