Chief Dolan Not Addressing Minneapolis Police Misconduct Problems Says Review Board | The UpTake

Posted: December 12, 2010 by scaryhouse in Bad Cops, Police Misconduct, Uncategorized

There are few if any consequences for Minneapolis police misconduct, and that’s fostering more police misconduct according to a report from the Minneapolis Civilian Police Review Authority Board (CRA).

The board is made up of residents of Minneapolis appointed by the Minneapolis City Council and Mayor to fairly, objectively and independently consider complaints of misconduct by members of the Minneapolis Police Department. Part of it’s job is to participate in Minneapolis Police Chief Tim Dolan’s performance review.

The board says for the second year in a row, Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak conducted the performance review without the board’s input. However, the board has issued it’s own performance review report, which is very critical of Dolan’s performance.

via Chief Dolan Not Addressing Minneapolis Police Misconduct Problems Says Review Board | The UpTake.

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