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Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights
The mission of the Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights is to enforce Minneapolis Code of Ordinances Title 7 (non-discrimination); Title 9, Chapter 172 (police conduct oversight); Title 16, Chapter 423 (small and underutilized business programs); Title 2, Chapter 24 (prevailing wage); and to promote understanding of civil rights among residents, businesses and government. The Department will carry out this mission by:
- Investigating discriminatory practices against members of protected classes
- Ensuring enforcement of employment and purchasing goals for women and minorities on all City-funded construction
- Investigating and making recommendations regarding complaints brought against any Minneapolis Police Officer
Daniel Webster v. Prospect Foundry Contested Case Hearing
On December 4, 2014, starting at 9:00 a.m. at the University of Minnesota Law School Courtroom 180, the Minneapolis Commission on Civil Rights will conduct a Contested Case Hearing regarding the case of Daniel Webster v. Prospect Foundry.
The Minneapolis Commission on Civil Rights will hear the case and shall order a final decision. The Commission orders may be appealed for review to the Minnesota Court of Appeals.
University of MN Law School Courtroom 180
229 19th Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Last updated Feb 24, 2015