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Trial Updates

We are focusing on the safety of our families, staff, and volunteers by centering trauma responsiveness, racial equity, and good information sharing in our planning. We are dedicated to keeping our services open while providing a safe home for our guests. We stand in solidarity with our Black, Indigenous, and People of Color communities who have long had to endure the oppression of a criminal justice system that is set up against them.

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The latest reports from the city of Minneapolis. This information will be updated 9 a.m. weekdays.

Monday, April 26

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  • These reports have been discontinued due to the stable public safety environment. We plan to resume these updates as Derek Chauvin’s sentencing approaches, as well as during the trial of his accomplices in August. We’ll also resume these updates should the public safety environment call for it. We hope this information has been useful to you. We will continue to monitor public safety daily using all available resources, as we did during the course of the trial.
  • Operation Safety Net—the public safety task force focused on the trial—is in the process of standing down.

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