Tag Archives: OPCR

PCOC Meeting in a Snapshot: August Edition

On August 11, 2015 the PCOC held its monthly meeting.  Highlights of the meeting included a presentation from the ACLU on their recent Minneapolis Case Study on racial disparities in low level arrests and data on arrests in Minneapolis classified … Continue reading

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Deputy Chief Glampe Updates the City Council’s Public Safety & Regulatory Services Committee on the Body Camera Program

Deputy Chief Glampe presented Wednesday on progress made toward body camera implementation in the Minneapolis Police Department to the Public Safety & Regulatory Services Committee.  In his presentation, Glampe discussed the pilot program in which officers reported having positive experiences using the … Continue reading

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PCOC Continues to Collect Community Input on Body Cameras with the Second of Three Community Listening Sessions

The second of three community listening sessions on the implementation of body cameras in the Minneapolis Police Department took place this past Saturday, July 11th, at Sabathani Community Center in South Minneapolis.  Community attendance was strong, with 14 community members … Continue reading

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PCOC Seeks Public Input on Body Cameras– First of Three Listening Session Tomorrow

The Minneapolis Police Conduct Oversight Commission is seeking public input on the use of police body cameras in Minneapolis prior to the rollout of the program in 2016. The Commission is hosting three listening sessions in the next two months that … Continue reading

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Recently Asked Questions on the OPCR Process, Part 4 – The Most Asked Questions

– Michael K. Browne, Director – Office of Police Conduct Review Citizens have asked members of the Police Conduct Oversight System several good questions about a large range of topics: system structure, anonymous filing, complaint retaliation, obtaining statistical information, commission or review … Continue reading

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Recently Asked Questions on the OPCR Process, Part 3 – The Interconnectedness of the Police Conduct Oversight System in Minneapolis

– Michael K. Browne, Director-Office of Police Conduct Review There should be little dispute that the current status of the Police Conduct Oversight Commission (PCOC) is excellent. There are engaged volunteers, police command staff at nearly every meeting, quality presentations and … Continue reading

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Recently Asked Questions on the OPCR Process, Part 2 – What are Case Synopses?

Michael K. Browne – Director, Office of Police Conduct Review The Office of Police Conduct Review (OPCR) has been asked: what are case synopses and what is their purpose? To answer the question briefly: case synopses are short textual presentations … Continue reading

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