SAINT PAUL, Minn. – Saturday, June 13 at 10 a.m., the Minnesota House Public Safety and Criminal Justice Reform Division will hold a remote hearing to consider the Minnesota Police Accountability Act of 2020, aimed at reimagining and reforming public safety in the state.
The series of legislation is contained in three distinct packages: Reforming Accountability, Reclaiming Community Oversight, and Reimagining Public Safety. Measures to be discussed include reforms to use of force, prosecutorial and investigatory reform, changes to incident review procedures, training related to mental health and autism, and more.
A research memo on the legislation is attached to this advisory. Video of the hearing will be broadcast live on the House website and Facebook. The full agenda and supporting documents – including bill language – can be found on the division webpage.
WHAT: Remote hearing of the House Public Safety and Criminal Justice Reform Division
WHO: Chair Carlos Mariani (DFL – Saint Paul); members of the House Public Safety and Criminal Justice Reform Division
WHEN: Saturday, June 13, 10 a.m.