Courtesy of the Minneapolis Police Department.
MINNEAPOLIS (KMSP) - After 32 years of service, Assistant Chief of Police Kris Arneson retired from the Minneapolis Police Department on Saturday.
In a Facebook post, the MPD posted pictures from Arneson's retirement party.
"We say goodbye to a trusted leader, colleague and friend whose distinguished services has been recognized locally and nationally," the post said.
Arneson was known for being a strong advocate for both officers and crime victims, especially survivors of domestic violence.