Cleveland's Critical Incident Review Committee, 'no violations found in officers involved in Tamir Rice shooting'

Cleveland's Critical Incident Review Committee, 'no violations found in officers involved in Tamir Rice shooting'
Pictures from Cudell Rec Center surveillance cameras on November 22, 2014. (Source: Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office)
Pictures from Cudell Rec Center surveillance cameras on November 22, 2014. (Source: Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office)
Tamir Rice spporters at the Justice Center, Feb. 2017. (Source: WOIO)
Tamir Rice spporters at the Justice Center, Feb. 2017. (Source: WOIO)

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - The Cleveland Police Patrolmen's Association released Friday the Critical Incident Review Committee investigative report from the City of Cleveland involving two Cleveland police officers and the shooting of Tamir Rice.

The committee, made up of police officers and city officials, concluded that Officers Timothy Loehmann and Frank Garmback did not violate any rules or policies of the Cleveland Police Dept. The report also says the officers acted in a manner consistent with their training and experience.

Tamir Rice, 12, was shot two-and-a-half years ago by officers called to the scene after reports of a man with a gun. Rice was found to be carrying an airsoft pistol.

Discipline for Officer Garmback, who was driving the patrol car that pulled up to the scene, and Officer Loehmann, who fired the fatal shots, has not yet been decided upon yet.

Both could be fired.

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