Starting Wednesday, Sept. 21, Chicago will make public every crime over the past 10 years, a highly unusual move among the major police departments, according to a story filed by the Associated Press. Crime statistics dating to 2001 will be posted online in a searchable database and officials will update it daily. It is among transparency moves by Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who took office in May. It is a whole new era of openness and transparency, Brett Goldstein, the city chief data officer and former police officer, was quoted as saying. While some city critics are skeptical, this crime data release goes beyond what other major police departments do, crime experts say. Check out