A collective trauma continues to rock communities of color following the murder conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor.
Now well into its third week, the trial of former police officer Mohamed Noor has put the Minneapolis Police Department’s “blue wall of silence” in the forefront, along with issues of transparency and inconsistencies amongst its officers.
Just three years ago, the Fourth Precinct was the site of an 18-day occupation by activists and community members following the shooting death of Jamar Clark.
An interview with MPD’s new chief News Analysis While sitting in the waiting room outside the office of Interim Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo, I came across this summer’s issue of Minnesota Police Chief. It couldn’t have contained a more appropriate cover story: “Leading in Turbulent Times.” Arradondo has landed square in the eye of […]
As the Minneapolis Police Department plans to expand the implementation of body cameras in 2016, the Police Conduct Oversight Commission (PCOC) has invited the public to share their thoughts on questions….