MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The city of Minneapolis is making information on their police officers more accessible than ever before.

Mayor Betsy Hodges revealed a new data portal for the Office of Police Conduct and Review. The office reviews every complaint made against a police officer within the city.

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Mayor Hodges says the data will be updated every two weeks. You can also find individual information showing complaints made against officers.

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“Indeed we are going to have a police department. What we get to have is a 21st century police department that is rooted in 21st century policing,” Hodges said. “Built on a foundation of trust and building a foundation of police-community relationships.”

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Hodges says these new tools will provide the public with more information than ever before and the city is leading the nation in such transparency.