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Cook Co Sheriff's Office to Serve as Inspector Gen of Dolton

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The financial woes in the Village of Dolton, Illinois, have led to the Cook County Sheriff's Public Corruption Unit to act as their independent inspector general, effective immediately. Sheriff Tom Dart says they are doing this at the request of Mayor Riley Rogers, who will formally introduce an ordinance establishing the Sheriff's Office to the position on Monday.
Mayor Rogers, who assumed office earlier this month, found the village on the brink of potential financial collapse, and on Thursday, announced the village had just 125-thousand dollars on hand, and needs to obtain a loan just to meet payroll. Sheriff Dart says his team will play a critical role in fulfilling the Mayor's vision of a clean and transparent Dolton, and invites other struggling suburban communities to use this approach as a model to get their towns back on track.

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