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Minneapolis Officer Will Not Be Charged Over Fatal Shooting of Armed Man During Warrant Operation

Minneapolis Wants to Pay Officers $7,000 in Incentive Pay

Minneapolis now has about 544 officers, about 300 fewer than before George Floyd's killing in 2020, according to one recent count. Many officers left after filing PTSD claims, while some left for other departments claiming to offer more stability or higher pay.

March 8, 2022

Editorial: Cautionary Tale

Editorial: Cautionary Tale

Officers should heed the lessons of the Kimberly Potter case and train regularly with all of their tools.

March 7, 2022

Former MN Officer Sentenced to 2 Years in Daunte Wright Death

Former MN Officer Sentenced to 2 Years in Daunte Wright Death

“Retribution, or serving time as a way for a convicted person to pay for the harm inflicted on a victim, is the sole purpose that applies in this case,” Chu said. “In this case a young man was killed because Officer Potter was reckless. There rightfully should be some accountability.”

February 18, 2022

Badge from Fallen MN Officer Found After Nearly 130 Years
Dave Smith: Reducing Officer Errors
Delivery Driver Reportedly Destroyed Elderly Couple's Groceries Over Police Support Sign
Deputy Chief to Become Interim Leader of Minneapolis PD
Man Charged with Trying to Intimidate Judge in Former MN Officer's Trial

Man Charged with Trying to Intimidate Judge in Former MN Officer's Trial

Cortez A. Rice was charged last week with tampering with a judicial officer, a felony, in connection with allegations that he went into the Loring Park condominium building where he thought Judge Regina Chu lived and made comments meant to intimidate her into allowing broadcast coverage of the trial.

December 7, 2021

Minneapolis Chief Announces Retirement, Stepping Down in January

Minneapolis Chief Announces Retirement, Stepping Down in January

"After 32 years of service I believe that now is the right time to allow for new leadership, new perspective, new focus and new hope to lead the department forward in collaboration with our communities and I am confident that the MPD has the leadership in place to advance this critically important work that lies ahead of us," Chief Medaria Arradondo

December 6, 2021

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