TV show “Chicago P.D.” was filming right outside the Thompson Center a day after officer was shot and killed

A Chicago police forensic services van arrives on the scene outside the James R. Thompson Center after off-duty Police Cmdr. Paul Bauer was shot several times as he went to assist tactical officers pursuing a fleeing suspect near the center on Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

On Tuesday afternoon, a commander for the Chicago Police Department was fatally shot at the Thompson Center in the Loop. The very next day, “Chicago P.D.,” a fictionalized television show, was filming right by where the shooting took place.

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Commander Paul Bauer chased down a man after hearing his description on the police scanner. Bauer confronted the suspect but after a struggle, he fired a gun at the 31-year department veteran and killed him.

Officers later apprehended the suspect who is a four-time felon with an arrest record that goes back to 1994 and he has been charged with the murder of Commander Bauer.

According to Mary May, spokeswoman for the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, most of filming took place inside of a building at 161 N. Clark Street. She told the Chicago Tribune that there was “only a brief scene at the entrance,” of the building, “Filming was planned at the location weeks ago,” and “They did not film at the crime scene.”

Still, many took to Twitter to express the decision to continue filming in such close proximity and time and place was in poor taste.

The television show has not tweeted anything with regard to Commander Paul Bauer.

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Bauer will be remembered for his dedicated life to family and community service. His neighbors in the Bridgeport neighborhood spoke highly of him and could always depend on him to help out with everyday tasks, particularly with helping clear sidewalks after the recent snowstorm. He leaves behind a wife and a 13-year-old daughter.

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