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Former Minneapolis Officer to Plead Not Guilty in Justine Damond Shooting

April 26, 2018
According to a Wednesday court filing signed by his attorneys Thomas Plunkett and Peter Wold, Noor intends to claim that he used “reasonable force” when he shot Damond should the case go to trial.

Minneapolis Announces Tougher Police Body Camera Policy

April 4, 2018
"For the first time, we're giving the body camera policy teeth by providing the first clear disciplinary structure for instances when this policy is violated," Mayor Jacob Frey said at a news conference announcing the new rules. "It is a stronger, clearer and more precise policy."

Video: Minneapolis Officer Faces Murder Charge in Justine Damond Shooting

March 20, 2018
According to the criminal complaint, moments before the shooting, Harrity heard a voice and saw an unarmed person outside the squad car. Harrity said he was startled. He said that he feared for his life, pulled out his gun and held it to his ribcage while pointing it downward.

Minneapolis Officer Faces Murder Charge in Justine Damond Shooting

March 20, 2018
According to the criminal complaint, moments before the shooting, Harrity heard a voice and saw an unarmed person outside the squad car. Harrity said he was startled. He said that he feared for his life, pulled out his gun and held it to his ribcage while pointing it downward. More Here.

Security Deployed at Super Bowl to be Largest in Minnesota History

January 29, 2018
For Super Bowl LII, the largest security detail ever deployed in Minnesota — and in Super Bowl history — will be an enormously complex effort involving hundreds of officers from 60 police departments across the state, and lots of additional support.

Minneapolis Officer Shoots Armed Man in City Hall Interview Room

December 19, 2017
Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said a person being interviewed by investigators was left alone in a room. When he began hurting himself with an “edged weapon,” officers attempted to subdue him. More Here.

Video: Minneapolis Officer Shoots Armed Man in City Hall Interview Room

December 19, 2017
Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said a person being interviewed by investigators was left alone in a room. When he began hurting himself with an “edged weapon,” officers attempted to subdue him.

MN Man Accused of Punching Police Horse

November 2, 2017
A 22-year-old man is accused of running up to a mounted police officer in downtown Minneapolis early Saturday morning and punching a police horse.

Some Minneapolis Candidates Say They Can Envision a City Without Police

October 17, 2017
Asked, "Do you believe that we could ever have a city without police?" two mayoral candidates and two incumbents and five serious challengers running for Minneapolis City Council answered "yes."

Minneapolis Police Lieutenant Sues Mayor for Defamation

October 16, 2017
A high-profile Minneapolis police officer has filed suit against Mayor Betsy Hodges, accusing her of branding him a racist and damaging his career. More Here.

Video: Minneapolis Police Lieutenant Sues Mayor for Defamation

October 16, 2017
A high-profile Minneapolis police officer has filed suit against Mayor Betsy Hodges, accusing her of branding him a racist and damaging his career.

Minneapolis Expecting Wave of Police Retirements After Super Bowl

October 9, 2017
The Minneapolis Police Department is bracing for a wave of officers retiring next spring following Super Bowl LII, prompting concern that the city won’t have enough officers on the streets with crime rates edging up in certain neighborhoods.

Chief Says Minneapolis Police Body Camera Usage Up After Policy Change

September 19, 2017
Minneapolis police officers are using their body cameras more than they did before the department changed its policy following the fatal July officer-involved shooting of a woman who called 911, the city’s police chief said Monday.

Video: Minneapolis Police, Passersby Pull Motorists From Burning Car

July 31, 2017
A speeding car veered off the road and plunged off an overpass onto Interstate 94 and caught fire, with two people trapped inside. A dramatic rescue attempt was captured by a bystander on cellphone video.

Minneapolis Police, Passersby Pull Motorists From Burning Car

July 31, 2017
A speeding car veered off the road and plunged off an overpass onto Interstate 94, then caught fire. After pulling the female passenger to safety, they struggled to free the unconscious driver, in a dramatic rescue attempt that was captured by a bystander on cellphone video. More Here.

Minneapolis Officers Must Turn On Body Cameras for Any Call

July 26, 2017
Minneapolis police officers must turn on their body cameras when responding to any call, traffic stop, or self-initiated activity, Acting Police Chief Medaria Arradondo announced Wednesday, in a key change to city policy.

Video: Minneapolis Mayoral Candidate Wants to Disarm Police

July 26, 2017
Minnesota state representative and Minneapolis mayoral candidate Raymond Dehn is proposing to take away guns from the majority of the city's police officers.

Minneapolis Mayoral Candidate Wants to Disarm Police

July 26, 2017
Minnesota state representative and Minneapolis mayoral candidate Raymond Dehn is proposing to take away guns from the majority of the city's police officers. More Here.

Warrant Says Woman "Slapped" Minneapolis Officers' Patrol Car Before Fatal Damond Shooting

July 25, 2017
Before Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor fatally shot Justine Damond, a woman had approached the back of the patrol car and "slapped" it, according to a court document filed Monday.

Signs Mocking Police as "Easily Startled" Posted in Minneapolis

July 25, 2017
Mysterious signs have begun popping up around Minneapolis, blasting police for being “easily startled” after the death of Justine Damond.
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