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.
Hundreds Rally Outside Minneapolis Police Union HQ To Call For Lt. Bob Kroll's ResignationProtesters were back on the streets of northeast Minneapolis Thursday calling for the leader of the police union to resign.
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.
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.
'We Will Not Let Mr. Floyd's Death Be In Vain': WCCO Goes 1-On-1 With Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria ArradondoMinneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo is promising sweeping reforms that he hopes will restore trust from the community.
Several Minn. Labor Organizations Call For Minneapolis Police Union Head Bob Kroll To Step DownSeveral Minnesota labor organizations are calling for Lt. Bob Kroll, president of the Minneapolis Police Officers Federation, to step down in the aftermath of George Floyd's death.
BCA Investigating Deadly Minneapolis Officer-Involved Shooting That Left 60+ Bullet Holes On Home's FacadeThis afternoon the BCA is working to figure out how and why Minneapolis police officers shot and killed a man early Sunday morning.
Black Lives Matter Protesters Rally At Mpls. City HallFor the first time in nearly three weeks, Minneapolis Police's 4th Precinct is free of protesters. But calls for justice for Jamar Clark continued Thursday night at city hall and in northeast Minneapolis.
City Leaders, Activists Look To Chief's Action On MPD MisconductOn Saturday, the Minneapolis Police Officers Federation issued a statement about two cases involving off-duty officers accused of racial bias. The Federation says it concurs with Chief Janee Harteau's statement that "racism and discrimination of any kind will not be tolerated within the MPD." They said they want exactly what Chief Harteau wants: the community's trust that officers will impartially and objectively protect the public. The union wants a seat at the table when the powers that be meet to discuss how to deal with these accusations of misconduct.