LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The mayor of Kentucky's largest city says he  is reviewing the Louisville Metro Police Department's protocol on the use of "no knock warrants."

The warrants are issued when there is a potential concern for police or concern for evidence being destroyed.

And, its's a key factor into the conversation when discussing the death of 26 year old Breonna Taylor.

Taylor was shot and killed on March 13 while LMPD officers served a search warrant at her apartment.

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer spoke with Spectrum News 1 about the next steps of the investigation and how his office plans to increase police and community relations.