Minneapolis provides update on changes after 2020 riot response [RAW]

One year after initially receiving an after-action report detailing the city and state’s collective response to the George Floyd protest and riots, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey, Community Safety Commissioner Dr. Cedric Alexander and others outlined on Thursday efforts to ensure the systemic communication failures found could be prevented in future events.

Minneapolis marks creation of new government structure: RAW

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey, City Council President Andrea Jenkins, and City Council Vice President Linea Palmisano marked the government structure omnibus ordinance passing through the City Council. This ordinance is the first time in 100 years the city has changed its government structure, which includes four direct reports to the mayor.

Minneapolis leaders unveil new plan to reduce crime

Minneapolis city leaders on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2022, announced the city's Office of Community Safety's "new plan for reducing criminal activity in the city." The office worked with local, state and federal partners on this plan.

Minneapolis proposed new public safety plan

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey is proposing a budget aimed at returning the city's depleted police force to the court-ordered level sometime in 2023 as part of a realignment of public safety that he now more closely controls.