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University of Chicago to release data on stops and arrests by campus police

The University of Chicago Police Department is a private force of about 100 officers that has the same policing authority as municipal police officers. But despite its large patrol area, which includes about 53,000 residents, and its full authority to make stops and arrests, it is not required to make its records public under the state Freedom of Information Act. Municipal police departments are subject to the act.