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Body Camera Policy Draft:
- Preliminary Body Camera Policy Draft, March 1, 2016 (pdf)-English
- Preliminary Body Camera Policy Draft, March 1, 2016 (docx)-Somali
- Preliminary Body Camera Policy Draft, March 1, 2016 (docx)-Spanish
- Preliminary Body Camera Policy Draft, March 1, 2016 (docx)-Hmong
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Protecting Young People from Sex Trafficking
The City of Minneapolis is committed to making the city a safe place for all youth and preventing the sexual exploitation and trafficking of juveniles.
|PAL is an organization for youth; where kids and police develop positive relationships by taking part in fun recreational, cultural and educational activities. Activities are free. Learn more»|
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Applications are now being accepted.
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Body Cameras Standard Operating Procedures
As of November 5, 2014 (Subject to Change)
Last updated Mar 21, 2016