Bill Blair is now commenting on the Queen Subway shooting, which saw one man sent to hospital in serious condition.
Officers fired a dozen shots at a man, said to be carrying a gun inside the station on Friday night at 8pm as Christmas shoppers packed up their stuff and went home.
Toronto's Police Chief says he understands residents concerns when it comes to use of force by police officers in situations like the shooting at the Queen Subway station.
Blair made the comments after four officers fired over a dozen shots inside the station which has critics wondering not only if they considered the public's safety but the victim's mental capacity.
He underlines the first priority for officers is the public's safety in the area.
Blair kept his comments brief on the situation saying it's now in the hands of the SIU but Blair underlines he's looking into things as well. That means checking policies, the training and equipment of officers and their conduct.