'Crime Is Out Of Control': Minneapolis Officials Address Uptick In ViolenceThe number of people killed in Minneapolis is up 95% from this time last summer. 39 victims have lost their lives since the beginning of the year.
ACLU Lawsuit Alleges Law Enforcement Used Excessive Force During George Floyd ProtestsProtesters were teargassed, pepper-sprayed, and shot with foam bullets and flashbangs without warning or orders to leave, the suit claims.
MPD Has Already Lost 65 Personnel In 2020, And 20% Have Filed For LeaveAn attorney handling disability claims told WCCO last week more than 150 officers, nearly 20% of the force, have begun the process of filing claims.
Minneapolis Mayor, Police Chief Roll Out Tighter Rules On Officer Body Camera Review, ReportingMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo announced the first of what will be a series of new public safety policy reforms Sunday.
Mpls. City Council Votes Unanimously To Dismantle MPDAn ordinance has been introduced to remove the requirement for a police department from the city charter. The charter amendment calls instead for "a department of community safety and violence prevention."
Funding For Key Minneapolis Police Initiative Falls ThroughPolice spokesman John Elder said the department is trying to find alternative funding. He referred questions about where the money might come from to Mayor Jacob Frey.
Lt. Bob Kroll Tells Gayle King That He Wants To Be Part Of The Reform Process, Denies Systemic RacismLt. Bob Kroll, the president of the Minneapolis police union, appeared on CBS This Morning on Tuesday, telling host Gayle King that police officers are being unfairly scapegoated following the death of George Floyd.
'It's Just Stupid': Police Data Shows 1,600 Minneapolis Gunfire Reports Within 30 DaysA data map shows the amount of gunfire reports in Minneapolis over the past 30 days is more than 1,600 and climbing.
'Tragic And Senseless': Young Father Dead, 11 Injured In Uptown Shooting Following Night Of Gun Violence In Metro AreaMinneapolis police are investigating after a shooting in the Uptown area left one person dead and 11 others injured early Sunday morning -- one of several reported shootings in the city in just a matter of hours.
Chief Arradondo On '60 Minutes': 'We Cannot Afford To Take Away' Minneapolis PoliceIn an interview with "60 Minutes," Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo says he's working towards building trust and reforming the department -- but getting rid of it is not the solution.
Walz Presses GOP For Police Reform, Mayors And Police Chiefs Speak Out For Arbitration ReformThe Minnesota Senate's GOP majority passed a limited set of measures Wednesday that the Democratic governor dismissed as "weak sauce."
'We See George Floyd Often': Hennepin Co. Chief Public Defender Says She's Raised Red Flags About Abusive Officers For Years"The whole country is looking at George Floyd, but we see George Floyd often, unfortunately."
'That Frustration Is Valid': Police Chief Arradondo Addresses Departure Of 7 Officers Since George Floyd's DeathMinneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo addressed the departure of seven officers from the department since the death of George Floyd on May 25.
Coalition Of Black Minneapolis Leaders Back Police Chief Arradondo, Call For Police Union Head To Step DownLeaders within the Minneapolis Black community are standing behind Police Chief Medaria Arradondo, and they want to see a change of leadership within the police union.
Labor Law Attorney Gives Insight On Minneapolis Police Union ContractThe actions of four former Minneapolis police officers involved in the death of George Floyd are spurring changes within the department.