– Michael K. Browne, Director-Office of Police Conduct Review
The Office of Police Conduct Review, in partnership with the Police Conduct Oversight Commission, attended the Twin Cities Pride Festival this past weekend, continuing the work to collect public comment on the Minneapolis Police Department’s use of body worn cameras while celebrating this esteemed event. The above chart captures the results of the survey.
Department volunteers staffing the Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights tent interacted with festival goers, asking them about their thoughts on body camera use in Minneapolis.
Community members were eager to chat and filled out simple surveys asking: Should the Minneapolis Police Department use body cameras?
Groups of festival attendees stopped by the Civil Rights Department tent to fill out the Police Conduct Oversight Commission body camera survey.
Despite the rain, festival attendees filled out the Police Conduct Oversight Commission’s survey.
More than 385 people were polled, with the response being overwhelmingly in favor of body camera implementation.