Minneapolis Voters May Get Power To Replace City Police Dept

(Minneapolis, MN) — A Minneapolis City Council committee is moving ahead with a measure that would give voters the power to replace the city police department. The amendment proposed by advocacy groups calls for public safety in Minneapolis to have a “comprehensive public health approach.” Under the plan, the police department would be replaced in the city charter with a new public safety department. If approved by the City Council, the measure will be included on the ballot in the November election.

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