St. Paul Mayor, Police Chief Disagree Over Use Of Gunshot Detection 'Toy' For Fighting Gun ViolenceSt. Paul city leaders are in disagreement about how funds should be used to fight gun violence.
Police: 1 Dead, Several Injured In Minneapolis ShootingOne person is dead and several others were hurt Wednesday night in north Minneapolis in an incident where multiple shots were fired.
Police: 1 Dead, 1 Injured, Suspect At Large In Mpls. ShootingMinneapolis police say one person was killed and another was injured in a shooting Friday night, and the suspect is at large. The fatal shooting happened just after 10:30 p.m., when police got a ShotSpotter notification around the 1800 block of Newton Avenue North.
Police: No Arrests Following Fatal Shooting In North Mpls.Police in Minneapolis say a man died early Sunday morning following a shooting on the north side.
Police Call For Expanding ShotSpotter Program In North Mpls. Increased gun violence in north Minneapolis and a call for added protection has police asking to expand the ShotSpotter program. The City Council will vote Friday to provide extra funding to expand the program that officers say is a valuable crime fighting tool.
Mpls. Police Fire Live Ammo To Calibrate ShotSpotter System Minneapolis Police will conduct a calibration test of its ShotSpotter technology Monday night in two precincts. According to police, testing will occur in the Folwell and Central neighborhoods, respectively in the 4th and 3rd precincts. The Folwell testing starts at 7 p.m., and the Central testing starts at 8:15 p.m. In each test, 25-50 shots will be fired for calibration purposes. Guns will be fired by officers in to a bullet trapping system, which safely absorbs bullets fired at close range.
Man Shot, Killed In S. Mpls ID’dAuthorities have identified the man who was shot and killed Tuesday morning on the city’s south side.
Mpls Police Chief Talks On The Costs Of CrimeIt seems like a simple equation: more police on the streets equals less violence.
Behind The 'ShotSpotter' Technology In MplsIt was a first for the city of Minneapolis' ShotSpotter technology: too much activity on New Year's Eve brought it to a complete stop.