Body Camera Compliance For Minneapolis Police Officers Hits 95 PercentIn the wake of Minneapolis police implementing a stricter body camera policy last year, the city is reporting that officer compliance reached 95 percent in the second quarter of this year.
MPD Chief Reiterates Need For Patrol Increase At Public Safety HearingOn Wednesday, Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo shared his vision for change within the department to the city council's public safety committee, and the conversation came back again to resources.
Mpls. Mayor, Police Chief Promise To Take Wrecking Ball To ‘Blue Wall Of Silence’ After Noor VerdictMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey says he has been focused on changing the culture within the Minneapolis Police Department since he took office.
Defying Demands Of Mayor Frey, Police Union President Announces Free 'Warrior' Training For OfficersFollowing Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey’s banning of “fear-based, warrior style” training for Minneapolis police, an online training program will be offered free to all Minneapolis police officers.
After Racist Christmas Tree, Minneapolis Police Chief Listens To Community About 4th Precinct's FutureMinneapolis police say a community listening session Thursday night will help them hire the next inspector in the Fourth Precinct.
'Lens Of Transparency': MPD Body Camera Compliance Reaches 90 PercentMinneapolis officials announced Wednesday the number of body cameras worn by Minneapolis police officers has reached 90 percent.
MPD: Man Shot By Officer In Minneapolis Has DiedThe Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Investigation is investigating after a man was shot and killed by police. Just before 2 p.m. Friday afternoon, someone called 911 from the 3700 block of Morgan Avenue North about a person reportedly in an emotional crisis.
Mpls. Mayor Expected To Reappoint Arradondo To Full Term As Police ChiefMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey plans Thursday morning to announce his intent to reappoint Police Chief Medaria Arradondo for a full, three-year term.
Justine Damond's Family Suing Police Officers, The City Of MinneapolisThe family of a woman who was killed by a Minneapolis police officer last year after she called 911 to report a possible assault is suing the officer, his partner and the city.
MPD Says Use Of Force Dropped By Half In Last DecadeThe police chief credited improvements in training and greater mental health awareness as factors for the decline in use of force.
Security Ramping Up As Super Bowl LII ApproachesSecurity surrounding Super Bowl 52 has been a top priority for the NFL, federal and local law enforcement.
Minneapolis Police: We're Ready For The Super BowlMinneapolis police believe all of their planning will pay off when Super Bowl LII comes to town.
Mpls. Mayor, Police Chief Hold Round Table On Policing ChangesAfter a volatile year, the new mayor and police chief of Minneapolis are showing a united front for the new year.
After Bystanders Hit By Gunfire In Downtown Minneapolis, Calls For ChangeIn June, a 22-year-old woman was standing in line outside Pizza Luce when she was shot and injured.
Arradondo: Police Body Camera Use Up After Policy ChangeMinneapolis' police chief says he's seeing an increase in use of body cameras since he required that officers turn them on when responding to any call.