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Minneapolis Police Helping Homeless Stay Warm

A handful of officers with the Minneapolis Police Department are now equipped with warm hats and gloves to give to homeless individuals at serious risk of exposure during the approaching winter months.

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Minnesota Department to Implement Officer Wellness Program

“We live in a culture where asking for help is frowned upon,” said Capt. Jeff Stilwell of the Rochester Police Dept. “Years of history, if you’re hurting in some way, rub a little dirt on it and move on. We’re realizing that’s leading to a lot of bad outcomes not only for the officers and their families but also the level of service we’re providing to the community.”

Minnesota Department Announces Launch of Reserve Officer Program

The Sauk Rapids Police Department has announced that it will begin looking for volunteers to join its newly-formed Police Reserve Program.

Shoplifter Armed with Edged Weapons Attacks Minnesota Officer

A woman armed with a screwdriver and a knife reportedly attacked an officer with the St. Paul Police Department.

Minnesota Police Union Selling "Cops for Trump" T-Shirts

The union representing officers with the Minneapolis Police Department has begun selling t-shirts emblazoned with an image blending the American flag, the shape of the state of Minnesota, and three law enforcement emblems with the words "Cops for Trump."

Minnesota Off-Duty Officers Told to Not Wear Uniforms to Political Events

The Minneapolis Police Department has told its officers that they may no longer wear their uniform while attending political events when off duty.

Parole Denied for Minnesota Cop Killer

The man who shot and killed Minneapolis Police Officer Richard Miller in 1981 was denied parole at a hearing late last week.

Video: St. Paul Police Release Footage of Fatal OIS

The St. Paul (MN) Police Department has released body camera footage of the fatal shooting of 31-year-old Ronald Davis earlier in September.

Appeals Court Rules in Favor of Minnesota Officer Fired for UOF Incident

The Minnesota Court of Appeals on Tuesday rejected the city of Duluth's attempt to fire a police officer for dragging a man along the floor by his handcuffs, saying that the officer should keep his job despite having been fired by the agency.

Man Completes Suicide Outside Minnesota Police Department

A passerby discovered a man who died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound outside the Centennial Lakes Police Department in Circle Pines, MN Tuesday morning.