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 Jamel Trig, a Hyde Park native and U.S. Marine veteran, speaks about times he felt racially profiled by the University of Chicago Police Department  (UCPD), during a meeting where Campaign for Equitable Policing (CFEP) members, and other community stakeholders shared experiences, grievances, and concerns based on their encounters with UCPD officers.

Jamel Trig, a Hyde Park native and U.S. Marine veteran, speaks about times he felt racially profiled by the University of Chicago Police Department (UCPD), during a meeting where Campaign for Equitable Policing (CFEP) members, and other community stakeholders shared experiences, grievances, and concerns based on their encounters with UCPD officers.

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Community Calls Meeting to Address University of Chicago Police Department Conduct

The Campaign for Equitable Policing (CFEP), a movement comprised of University of Chicago (UC) students and residents who live near the UC , whose aim is to end racial profiling by the University of Chicago Police Department (UCPD), held a meeting where its members, and other community stakeholders shared experiences, grievances, and concerns based on their encounters with UCPD officers. at