The event is free and open to the public.
Speakers include MDHR Commissioner Rebecca Lucero (MDHR’s perspective) and Justin Terrell from the Minnesota Justice Research Center, an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to driving meaningful change to Minnesota’s criminal legal system.
The court-enforceable settlement agreement lays out a road map for achieving non-discriminatory policing and to better support community safety in Minneapolis. The agreement has a four-year term and may then be reviewed on an annual basis until compliance is met.
Hosted by Plymouth’s Re-Imagining Community Safety Committee, which is part of the church’s Racial Justice Initiative, the League of Women Voters Minneapolis, and the Minnesota Justice Research Center.