Cleveland police release first body camera video

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CLEVELAND- Cleveland police released the first video on Friday of officer body cameras since the city started rolling them out to districts.

The video comes from an incident on Feb. 10 at Charles W. Eliot School, located on 15700 Lotus Dr. The school is for prekindergarten through eighth-grade students.

Police were called by a woman saying she and another woman at the school had mutual protection orders against each other.

The body camera video shows how police handled the situation and dealt with a child involved.

We’re waiting for word from police on the final outcome of the case.

This is the first Cleveland police body camera video released, although Fox 8 has multiple other requests pending. Those include a request for the video from the scene of a recent deadly police shooting. Officers killed a man after they say he had shot an officer in his bulletproof vest and wounded him.