Now here's a question worth millions: What's the best way to police the police?Communities United Against Police Brutality is pushing an amendment to the Minneapolis City charter that would force cops to carry professional liability insurance and pay out of their own pockets when they're found to ha ... More >>
Mark Dayton scores another law-and-order win.The 900-member strong Police Officers Federation of Minneapolis is moving from the red to the blue column, announcing today that it was endorsing Democrat Mark Dayton for governor.
Minneapolis Police Federation's treasurer also a lobbyist
Dave Garman was back at work Monday after the Minneapolis Police union fought to for his job.
A school board in western Minnesota is split
Duy Ngo will receive $4.5 million for getting shot by a fellow officer in the line of duty, but that won't restore his reputation
With Rapes on the Rise, There's a Shortage of Resources in the Department Dedicated to Solving Them
John Delmonico defends those who serve and protect. Whether they deserve it or not.
The May medal: How the MPD managed to embarrass itself and reopen old wounds
When R.T. Rybak brought Bill McManus to town to head the MPD, both men talked big about reforming the troubled department. But when the chief ran into political resistance, some say, the mayor blinked. Now their relationship has hit the skids, and the fut
In an age of shrinking budgets, the city of Minneapolis is spending more money than ever to settle lawsuits against the MPD
The City Council gives itself a gift: Money for the MPD
In just eight months, chief Bill McManus has alienated the media, the pols, and the MPD rank and file. He must be doing something right.
The Duy Ngo case: McManus bets the farm; Will Olson land on the hot seat?
Rybak picks a reformer for the MPD
Federal mediation of MPD-minority troubles concludes: Now what?
A celebrity candidate joins the race for the MPD chief's job
Sweeps madness, and a husband's thoughtful gesture
Missing jobs and development in Jordan; cops' union leader blasts Olson
A City Pages Roundtable
Federal mediation goes forward, critics say city stacked deck
Police misconduct? Tell somebody who cares.
Minneapolis says rogue officers are on their own
The cops are reluctant to talk about it. City officials flatly refuse. Who pushed the "mute" button on the most explosive affirmative-action lawsuit Minneapolis has seen in decades?