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Minneapolis Political Leaders Ask Anti-Police Protesters to Voluntarily Leave Precinct

December 1, 2015
Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges and Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) are calling for protesters of Jamar Clark’s shooting to leave the 4th Precinct, saying it is now a safety risk. Mayor Hodges said police officers are getting daily threats and the area has become a hazard for the public. More Here.

Video: Minneapolis Political Leaders Ask Anti-Police Protesters to Voluntarily Leave Precinct

December 1, 2015
Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges and Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) are calling for protesters of Jamar Clark’s shooting to leave the 4th Precinct, saying it is now a safety risk. Mayor Hodges said police officers are getting daily threats and the area has become a hazard for the public.

DOJ Lawyers Sent to Minneapolis to Investigate Police Shooting That Sparked Protests

November 23, 2015
Federal and state authorities have thus far resisted releasing the footage. Cameras from an ambulance, mobile police camera, public housing cameras and cell phone footage caught the shooting. However, police say none of the videos show the full incident and that releasing them could compromise the investigation.

Officers Named in Minneapolis OIS, Union Says Shooting was Result of Gun Grab

November 19, 2015
Lt. Bob Kroll, president of the police union, said the shooting happened after Clark allegedly tried to grab one of the officer’s guns when they responded to a paramedic’s 911 call for help early Sunday morning and scuffled with Clark. An autopsy said Clark died of a gunshot wound to the head.

Official: Minneapolis Police Shooting Videos Won't Be Released

November 17, 2015
State investigators looking into the fatal police shooting of a Minneapolis man during a scuffle have several partial videos of the incident but won't release them despite demands from protesters, an official said Tuesday.

Police Shooting of Assault Suspect Sparks Protests in Minneapolis

November 16, 2015
Police Chief Janeé Harteau has said her department’s “preliminary” finding is that Clark was not cuffed by officers who were responding to a report that Clark was assaulting his girlfriend. The state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is leading the shooting investigation.

DOJ Announces $19M in Grants to Police Departments for Body Cameras

September 22, 2015
The Department of Justice awarded $19.3 million in grants Monday to dozens of police departments seeking to start using body cameras but turned down a greater number of applicants hoping for federal aid to deploy the technology.

Video: Minneapolis Officer Recovering After Burglary Call Shooting

February 23, 2015
A Minneapolis officer who was shot in the shoulder during a burglary call early Saturday is expected to fully recover and a suspect is in custody.

Minneapolis Officer Recovering After Burglary Call Shooting

February 23, 2015
A Minneapolis officer who was shot in the shoulder during a burglary call early Saturday is expected to fully recover and a suspect is in custody. More Here.

Minneapolis PD's Body Cam Test Program to Start in November

October 10, 2014
Body cameras will make their debut on Minneapolis Police Department officers the first week of November for a six-month pilot project.

19 People Arrested at University of Minnesota Riot

April 14, 2014
A NCAA semi-final loss for the University of Minnesota hockey team prompted unrest in the streets of Dinkytown, leading to 19 Arrests

Minneapolis Chief Marries Sgt. Partner

August 20, 2013
Minneapolis Police Chief Janeé Harteau and her partner on and off the force Sgt. Holly Keegel got married Friday, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.

Minn. Agency To Examine Training, Hiring

August 7, 2013
Minneapolis Police Chief Janeé Harteau said Monday that she plans to examine the department’s training and hiring practices after two incidents in which white officers allegedly used racial slurs and got into fights with black men while off duty.

Video: Off-Duty Minn. Cops Insult Uniformed Officers

July 30, 2013
Two Minneapolis Police officers disparaged their police chief and called the Green Bay PD a "clown show" in an expletive-laden rant that included racial slurs.

Off-Duty Minn. Cops Insult Uniformed Officers

July 30, 2013
Two Minneapolis Police officers disparaged their police chief and called the Green Bay PD a "clown show" in an expletive-laden rant that included racial slurs. Read the full story here.

2 Minn. Cops Hurt, Suspect Dead In Shooting

May 10, 2013
Two Minneapolis police officers and a suspect were shot following a traffic stop in South Minneapolis on Friday afternoon. The officers were in stable condition but the suspect was dead, police said.

Obama Asks Police To Help Pass Gun Legislation

January 28, 2013
President Obama enlisted selected law enforcement leaders Monday to keep the political pressure on Congress to pass new gun-control legislation as a response to three public shootings.

Bored Gunman who Shot at Minn. Cops Gets Prison

August 20, 2012
A 19-year-old convicted of shooting at two Minneapolis police officers out of boredom last summer was sentenced Wednesday to more than 26 years in prison.

Responding To the I-35W Bridge Collapse

January 27, 2012
The city of Minneapolis produced this video about the emergency response to the I-35W Bridge collapse in 2007. Officers provided security, helped rescue victims, and provided other important duties.

Minneapolis PD Rehires Officers Laid Off in 2009

January 16, 2012
Eight officers who were laid off by the Minneapolis Police Department in 2009 while still in the Field Training program will return to work this week.
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