The footage was widely anticipated from town
The materials linked to Toledo's March 29 shooting passing will incorporate footage from body-worn cameras, third party video along with other records, COPA said Wednesday in a news release.
Officers responded to a place on Chicago's West Side later studying that gunshots were discovered by police-operated technology. Toledo and also a 21-year-old guy fled on foot when faced by an officer shot at the adolescent once, police said. The section explained it as an armed confrontation.
A handgun the teenager was carrying has been recovered in the scene, authorities said.
The authorities accountability board originally said that it had been legally prohibited from discharging video of the shooting since the teenager was a small, but changed later Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Police Superintendent David Brown known for the movie's release.
"I need to be respectful of household, however I do also believe that a police-involved shooting, especially under these conditions, it is important for all of us to be more transparent," the mayor stated, based on FOX 32 of Chicago.
On Tuesday, COPA stated in a statement that it supplied the Toledo household a chance to observe the video in the March 29 shooting and"at the request of their household" will"not instantly release video along with other substances as the family continues to grieve their loss."
COPA stated in a statement Wednesday that the movie and other materials could be published Thursday.
"COPA has remained sensitive to the family's despair and is carrying this release out in keeping with the City's Video Release Policy," COPA stated in a statement.
The footage was widely expected in town following other movies of violent police experiences around the nation sparked civil unrest. The household commended the neighborhood for non-violent protests per day as soon as they watched video of the deadly police shooting.
"We appreciate the community support and are thankful that events thus far have stayed calm," the family said in a statement issued Wednesday with their own lawyers.