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Police Chief Medaria Arradondo has called a recent spate of shootings a "public health crisis."
The report also made several specific policy recommendations, including discouraging stopping vehicles for an equipment violation unless there is an immediate threat to public safety.
Relatives say that love of flying never left Jacobson, who eschewed the family business to get his pilot's license.
The 28-year-old man, identified in surveillance video, remains at large.
U.S. magistrate judge wrote that he was forced to weigh how Noor's decision to invoke his constitutional right against self-incrimination might affect both cases.
The teen, Antonio Rule, is expected to make his first court appearance on Tuesday afternoon.
The idea for the Police and Black Men Project grew out of the fallout from a series of police killings of black men in 2015 and 2016, organizers say.
A Hennepin County judge ruled that there was enough evidence to bring the former Minneapolis police officer to trial for the death of the 40-year-old Australian woman last summer.
A gunman was reported running to a waiting car, according to accounts from the scene.
The former Minneapolis chief of police will start immediately in her new position.
Ananias Taylor made his initial court appearance on Monday.
Lt. Bob Kroll argued that his status as union president affords him certain protections.
Liu Qiangdong, who also goes by Richard Liu, was arrested on Aug. 31 and booked into jail, but released the following day.
The Hennepin County Attorney's Office argued that the move is necessary to preserve the integrity of the judicial process.
Data show an overall decrease in Minneapolis crime, but also reveal recent upticks in rates for various violent crimes.
Complaints about Minneapolis police misconduct to a civilian review board have surpassed last year's total with more than three months left in 2018, with no singular explanation as to why.
Judge offered no decision on $50M lawsuit in the death of Justine Damond.
Former cop's test results are being distorted, they say.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey on Monday vowed to redouble efforts to curb shootings and other violent crimes, seeking to calm a city still reeling from an exceptionally bloody weekend.
They've declined to provide details and will send the case to the Hennepin County attorney.
Police suspect that victim was shot over a previous attempted robbery.
According to prosecutors, the former Minneapolis officer was flagged by two psychiatrists during the pre-hiring evaluation in early 2015, according to the records.
A learning curve, new technology and a surge in requests lead to delays.
The overrun is blamed on "large planned events" such as the Super Bowl and X-Games and would likely be absorbed by a Super Bowl sales taxes bump, city officials said.
Woman sued after officer said she kicked him during an arrest when she hadn't.
Violent and property crimes are down 17 percent over this time last year, recent shootings aside.
After years with military, therapist Resmaa Menakem works with Minneapolis police
The July incident, which caused $40,000 in damage, may have been ideologically motivated, prosecutors say.
Mayor Jacob Frey pledged to eliminate the encampment, which as doubled in size in recent weeks, by the end of September.
No arrests have been announced in any of the nonfatal cases this week.
The advocate, from the Sexual Violence Center, will work with sex crimes victims as they bring their cases to police.
The suspect remained jailed Tuesday on charges of first-degree assault and fleeing police in a motor vehicle, jail records show.
The defendant is slated to make his initial court appearance on Wednesday morning.
Mohamed Noor's attorneys say his attempts to revive victim with CPR vindicate him.
The suspect was identified through witness statements and surveillance video.
Police recruit, a veteran who served in Iraq, was rejected over PTSD diagnosis.
The police body-camera video showing the final moments of Thurman Blevins' life was supposed to provide clarity and answers surrounding his death. Instead, it has reignited the debate about how police interact with minority residents.
Friends and family identified the victim as Lonzo Washington.
The program gives voice to the city's neediest residents, they say.
Gunshots at a gathering for Nathan Hampton reinforced the concern.
Between July 1 and July 30, police say that at least 26 vehicles in two neighborhoods were burglarized or targeted by thieves.
No charges will be filed against two Minneapolis police officers who fatally shot an armed Thurman Blevins during a chase last month, Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said Monday.
Four people have been charged in connection with three recent shootings.
The department plans to debut a data dashboard this fall that will track individual officer's body camera use, officials said.
The suit alleges that the police officer who fired the shot that killed Justine Damond in a Minneapolis alley, and his partner that night, conspired to keep their body-worn cameras from collecting potential incriminating evidence.
About 22 homicides a year remain unsolved in Minnesota, leaving families in an agonizing limbo of grief.
"You gotta move around before he shoots somebody!" the caller said, the caller said, adding that the man had fired at least two rounds.
Mpls. police had ordered men out of car at gunpoint; chief says they were responding to a credible threat.
Just over 10 months after being sworn in as chief, Medaria Arradondo is facing the first serious challenge of his leadership skills.
The honor for Sgt. Jeff Egge was announced at a symposium put on by the Evidence-Based Crime Policy.
The co-responder model has been operating in south Minneapolis; downtown may be next.
Aaron Allen, 18, hasn't been seen since Sunday, according to his mother and St. Paul police.
Mayor Jacob Frey's decision breaks with precedent by releasing video while the investigation continues.
Sources say a handgun was discovered next to the body of the victim, who died of gunshot wounds. The officers involved were identified.
Hundreds mourned and protested over the weekend as the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension dug in to its investigation of the 31-year-old black man's death.
No one has been arrested in the shooting death of Dayigin Broadus, 18.
The department says the change will help it keep pace with modern crime.
Suspect booked in county jail on suspicion of second-degree murder.
The driver was fleeing from the State Patrol when he crashed into a playground where a group of children was playing.
Charges are dropped against 31 of the 47, but prosecutors still must decide how to deal with 16 people who have already been convicted.
Since January 2014, the woman's children have been the subject of at least six child protection reports.
All charges were dropped after reports show 46 of 47 arrested were black. "While the intention was good, it had an unintended consequence," Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said.
The 22-year-old suspect, Wendy Escobar, remained in jail in lieu of $100,000 bail.
The new complaint adds on to accusations of child abuse she's already facing.
Authorities have released few details about the incident.
Police say they have taken reports so far of damage to 20 vehicles. No arrests have been announced.
Eddie Frizell ran for Hennepin County sheriff and was in running to be top cop in St. Paul.
Minnesota officials claim local impact was minimal.
Some say stats don't tell full story of encounters.
A decision by the country's high court on whether to review the case is likely months away.
When John Weyrens first became a judge in Meeker County in the 1970s, he adopted a simple credo: If he ever stopped agonizing over sending…
Such a large amount of meth would have a street value of up to $400,000.
Campaign used police shootings of Castile, Clark to deepen Minnesota's racial divide.
The cases stem from separate shootings last year.
Former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor appeared in Hennepin County District Court on Tuesday. The hearing lasted only a couple of minutes.
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