Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo
Police-community relations are a nationwide concern. Medaria Arradondo, appointed Minneapolis Police Chief in 2017, will speak about efforts in the community and his vision for the police force.
Medaria Arradondo is a lifelong Minneapolis resident. He joined the Minneapolis Police Department in 1989, starting as a patrolman in the 4th precinct in North Minneapolis. Working his way up the ranks, he succeeded Janee Harteau as Chief of Police in the wake of the shooting of Justine Damond by former Minneapolis police officer Mohammed Noor. Building community trust in the police department is one of his top priorities.
- This event will be held in the offices of the Stinson law firm, rather than our usual Dorsey location. Stinson is on the 26th floor of the same building.
- The event will start at 5:30 PM.
- As always, attendees coming by car must arrange for their own parking, either in the 50 South Sixth Street pay lot or in another of the many nearby lots.