A report by Chicago Inspector General's office found that city police officers regularly use their department-issued placards to park their personal vehicles in department lots when they attend Cubs and Bears games. The lots are supposed to be used only by on-duty officers. The report also admonished officers for using the placards to park their personal vehicles in tow-away zones near City Hall, blocking access to fire trucks and emergency exits.
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