The State’s Attorney’s Office’s review of officer-involved shooting cases where a death has occurred is the subject of intense public interest. In the past, the manner that the State’s Attorney’s Office reviews these cases, as well as the evidentiary and legal issues that impact these cases have not been made widely known to the public. In advancing our commitment to create safer, stronger communities by approaching each case with integrity and accountability, we are sharing the way we review officer-involved shooting cases where a death has occurred and the legal analysis undertaken in determining whether the filing of criminal charges is appropriate in a particular case. You can read the full policy memo HERE.
2017-9-10: Juan Flores (Declination Memo)
2017-02-10: Michelle Robey (Declination Memo)
2016-12-27: Alfonso D. Lopez (Declination Memo)
2016-11-25: Cleotha Mitchell (Declination Memo)
2016-06-26: Donte Johnson (Declination Memo)
2016-05-26: Warren Christian III (Declination Memo)
2016-03-19: Thurman Reynolds (Declination Memo)
2016-03-14: Lamar Harris (Declination Memo)
2015-12-26: Quintonio LeGrier and Bettie Jones (Declination Memo)
2015-07-12: Matthew Watson (Declination Memo)
2015-05-17: Ronell Wade (Declination Memo)
2014-10-24: Craig Hall (Declination Memo)
2014-04-13: Charles Brown (Declination Memo)
*The declinations with ILSAAP affirmations are the ones that we concluded after the statutory approval for the ILSAAP model took effect on Jan. 1, 2018. The ones that don’t have ILSAAP affirmations are the ones that were declined before the effective date of the legislation.