WHEN AID TURNS DEADLY
Police are being forced to the front lines of a growing mental health crisis, leading to a record number of deadly encounters.
A Roseville officer walks into the unknown every night. Twice, when the calls came, he fired his weapon.
Fueled by grief, a Richfield mother fights to change the way police are trained for mental health calls.
When Robert Wood shot an officer, he believed he would die. Instead, he is in a cell, fighting for his future.
Fatal encounters: The Star Tribune collected the stories of everyone killed by Minnesota police since 2000.
Audio: MN Police Clips, St. Paul and St. Anthony police departments • Animation: Brobel Design • Photo: iStock