In connection to the deadly Cleveland Police shooting of Tamir Rice in November 2014, officials Tuesday suspended a 911 dispatcher, Constance Hollinger, who was responsible for the fatal shooting of a 12-year-old black boy. The boy was shot at by Constance's partner, who was not informed about him being a juvenile and that the airsoft pellet gun the boy was holding was probably a fake.

Hollinger has been suspended for eight days and William Cunningham, a patrol officer who was working off-duty has also been suspended along with her for two days.

Hollinger denied the accusations previously but had to work 10 days without pay. However, Police Chief Calvin Williams discovered in her disciplinary letter dated March 10 that she violated protocol on the day of Tamir's shooting.

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Three years ago, on Nov. 22, 2014, in Cleveland, Ohio, 12-year-old Tamir Rice was killed in a fatal shooting by two police officers that made this case a high profile one among numerous other killings of black people by the keepers of the law.

"I’m just disgusted with the city of Cleveland and how they’re not afraid for their citizens with these police officers on the loose," Tamir Rice's mother, Samaria Rice said in 2016, the Associated Press reported.

Tamir was shot in the torso by a white policeman named Timothy Loehmann, after he was informed that a man was seen with a gun on the swings of a Cleveland park, outside a recreation center. Rice was taken to the hospital and succumbed to injuries the following morning. "I believe if my son was white, he would probably still be here. There is no reason for my son to be dead," his mother said at the time of his death.

Tamir's family wanted the officers responsible for the mishap to be fired. Subodh Chandra, attorney for Rice's mother Samaria released the following in a statement Tuesday, Fox 8 Cleveland News reported:

"Eight days for gross negligence resulting in the death of a 12-year-old boy. How pathetic is that?"

Tamir’s mother, Samaria Rice, said in the same statement that the eight-day suspension of Hollinger was "unacceptable." She also wants the two officers responsible for her son's death to be fired as soon as possible.

Cleveland Police Patrolmen's Association's President Steve Loomis said in a statement, reported by Fox 8 Cleveland News: "As with all disciplinary action taken against our members, we are reviewing the city's disciplinary decision with our members and our attorneys to determine the best course of action to be taken, if any."