CHICAGO (CBS) — Members of the public had a chance Tuesday night to learn more about the Chicago Police Department’s new foot pursuit policy.

Police hosted a webinar to explain how the new foot chase policy works, and to ask members of the public for feedback.

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The changes came following the high-profile deaths of 13-year-old Adam Toledo and 21-year-old Anthony Alvarez. Both were shot and killed by police officers in separate incidents that involved chases.

The interim policy goes into effect on Friday, June 11.

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Under the policy, foot pursuits involving minor traffic violations are prohibited – as is chasing an injured person.

Officers are also required to activate body cameras during every chase.

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The plan becomes permanent in September.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff