Formed in 2016, SMPSC consists of residents, businesses, and organizations working together to learn about and improve public safety.
Advance collaborative practices that improve community safety for everyone by leveraging the time, insights and resources of a broad array of residents, businesses, organizations, and groups who advocate for dynamic system changes toward and alongside elected leaders and City representatives.
Public Safety Progress Check
Are we prepared for the summer with new tools for public safety and livability?
April 7th, 6-7 pm via Zoom
Panelists: Chief Arredondo (MPD), Gretchen Musicant, (Commissioner of the Health Department), Brette Hjelle, (Interim Director, Public Works), and Andrea Larson (Office of Performance and Innovation)
Are we prepared for the summer with new tools for public safety and livability? We'll ask key city staff to provide insight as to how new initiatives for public safety are being implemented in South Minneapolis, what has been done to this point , what community members can expect, and when they can expect it. We'll also have time for Q&A from the community. This conversation will be held via Zoom.
Zoom Access information:
$10 Million Framework Petition (2020)
Report: Virtual Town Hall (2020)
Report: Judicial Listening Session (2018)