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About sharing media captionIt's the first news conference Police Chief Janee Harteau has held since the fatal shooting The fatal shooting of an Australian woman by a Minneapolis police officer "should not have happened", the city's police chief has said.
Justine Damond, originally from Sydney, was shot when she approached a police car after reporting a suspected rape. A lawyer for Ms Damond's family has called it "ludicrous" to suggest the two officers inside feared an ambush. Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau said the killing was "the actions and judgement of one individual".
Officer Mohamed Noor, who shot Ms Damond in the abdomen in an upmarket neighbourhood of the city, has refused to be interviewed by investigators, as is his legal right.
Australia waits for answers in US shooting "The actions in question go against who we are as a department, how we train and the expectations we have for our officers," Chief Harteau told reporters in Minneapolis. Chief Harteau said the cameras worn by Officers Noor and Matthew Harrity "should have been activated".