June police reform work update

You can read the June 2022 Minneapolis Police reform work updates.

What to know

This report was written by Interim Chief Amelia Huffman in June 2022. 

In it, she states: 

  • Community safety and a culture of policing professionalism are inextricably linked.
  • MPD pledges to care for and safeguard the members of this community.
  • How we do our work is as important as what we do.
  • Every aspect of our professional service must demonstrate our commitment to procedural justice.

She goes on to outline the Minneapolis Police Department's (MPD) efforts to reform:

  • Training
  • Field training officer program updates
  • Duty time restriction policy 
  • Use of force higher level of oversight
  • New discipline matrix
  • Put in place an early intervention system
  • Creation of several new positions, including:
    • Mental health professionals
    • Community partnership liaisons 
    • Health and wellness manager

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