CHICAGO (CBS) — Reverend Jesse Jackson is calling for a shake-up in the Chicago Police Department as it prepares to follow a judge’s order and release the dash-board video of a white police officer shooting a black teenager 16 times last year.

WBBM’s Mike Krauser reports Rev. Jackson stood at a memorial to young people killed on the streets in the Pullman neighborhood saying he believes Laquan McDonald was murdered by officer Jason Van Dyke and that there was a cover-up and he questioned why the investigation by the state’s attorney’s office has taken over a year.

“This kid is shot 16 times, police are still on the job and there have been no firings, there have been no suspensions, so we need to have a police shake-up,” Jackson said.

He says he hopes people will be civil when asked whether he is concerned about a violent reaction to the video.

“The questions that you’re asking, is there going to be a riot, like black people are going to riot, rebel, tear up the city but did you not ask the police department about the continued shooting of young black men?” said Diane Latiker of the organizations Kids Off The Block.

Jackson said a good start would be the indictment of the officer and those who he says covered for him.