Ilana Rosenzweig didn’t flinch. It was either a sure sign that she’s open to criticism and committed to her job of investigating police misconduct—or confirmation that she doesn’t give a shit because she does Mayor Daley’s bidding and protects bad cops.

Rosenzweig, the chief administrator of Chicago’s Independent Police Review Authority, had been trying to make the first point, but she didn’t seem to be persuading all of the two dozen people who’d gathered in the Uptown library to hear her talk Tuesday evening.