Civil Rights Investigation into the Minneapolis Police Department
The Minnesota Department of Human Rights is investigating whether the Minneapolis Police Department’s policies, procedures, and practices violate the civil rights of people of color, particularly Black community members.
If you have relevant information to share that can further the investigation, please complete the form below. Be as specific and as detailed as possible.
Investigators review information on a regular basis. Investigators may reach out if they have any follow questions.
If you are unable to submit this form you may contact us by phone at 651-539-1133 or 1- 800-657-3704. MN Relay: 711/ 1-800-627-3529.
Translation/interpretation services are available when you call.
| ||6. What is your sex/gender? Check all that apply. |
| ||7. What is your racial, ethnic, or Indigenous identity? Check all that apply. |
| ||I understand that the information I am providing will be treated as “private data on individuals” under the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act, Minn. Stat. ch. 13, and the Minnesota Human Rights Act, Minn. Stat. ch. 363A.35, and shall not be used or disseminated except as authorized under the Acts or other applicable state or federal law. I understand that I am not legally required to provide the information I have submitted in this form, but that my failure to do so may make it more difficult to resolve my concern. |