Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is calling for her city’s police section to place a new rule in place for foot quests after a 13-year-old boy was shot and killed by police previous week.
“I waste to luxury this as just business as normal,” the mayor said during a news session Monday.
Lightfoot supposed that a police foot pursuit had run to the lethal shooting and absorbed the new officers were answering to a “shots fired” call and saw “two men in a nearby alley.” One of them was equipped, according to police, and ran absent. One major fired a shot that hit one being in the torso.
The major was placed on managerial duty for 30 days, Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown said in a statement.
Policy to be applied by the summer. She did not agree what the policy would embrace, but said the police section will use emphasis clusters, including officers and public members, in its improvement effort.
About 2:30 a.m. on March 29, a Chicago police major shot and killed 13-year-old Adam Toledo in what police named an “armed hostility.”