MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges and Minneapolis Police Chief Janée Harteau will participate in a town-hall-style conference call Friday evening to discuss the findings of the Jamar Clark shooting investigation.

On Friday afternoon, Hodges and Harteau announced that Officers Schwarze and Ringgenberg did not violate any MPD policies in the Nov. 15 incident, and they would not face any disciplinary action.

They’re asking for input from the public tonight on an open conference call at 7 p.m. City officials say those interested in participating or listening should:

  • Call 785-424-1675, or toll-free at 888-632-3384
  • Enter Conference ID 50417
  • Follow a prompt to identify themselves
  • Join the call five to 10 minutes prior to the scheduled time.

Officials say the callers will have to follow operator prompts to signify that they’d like to ask a question, and all questions will be taken in the order they’re received. The call will be recorded.

Comments (2)
  1. Jose Ortega says:

    The Jaconis will likely pelt Precinct 4 with rocks, bottles, and much worse.

  2. Campfire says:

    Following careful review, the ruling on the street stands: JUSTIFIABLE HOMICIDE, no foul on the play. The Clark family will be charged with delay of social justice, unsportsmanlike conduct and unnecessary agitation. The American taxpayer will be charged with the cost of four investigations and three internal review boards. Results of the action: Justice 15, BLM zero. First and 10 at the corner of Harvey and Wilson. Restart the clock.