TULSA - A group of people stood outside the Tulsa County courthouse Monday morning to protest the death of Terence Crutcher.
Crutcher, 40, was shot by Tulsa police officer Betty Shelby on Sept. 16. Crutcher died later the next day.
Mark White, representing the north Tulsa advocacy center "Intac" and We the People Oklahoma, was at the protest and said it "was a tragedy all the way around" and that there needs to be an increase in the amount of training officers receive."
"Their number one job is to go home to their families, but training helps increase that, and also help increase for the people like Terence to go home to his family," said White. Listen to White's comments in the Facebook video below.
Those who gathered at the courthouse held up signs saying "Unity, Didn't Have To Kill," and "Black Lives Matter."
Pastor Mario Johnson from Seeking the Kingdom Ministries said he saw the dashcam video of Friday's incident before it was released to the public.
"Him having his hands up walking towards his car. He's walking away from the officers, but he wasn't posing a threat in any kind of way," he said.
Tulsa Police Department plans to release video of the shooting Monday afternoon.
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