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Minneapolis leaders have provided an update on the city’s emergency management response plan, nearly three years after civil unrest following the murder of George Floyd.

Mayor Jacob Frey stated that 17 out of 27 recommendations have been completed, with the newly created Office of Community Safety playing a significant role in the progress.

The city has undergone various training sessions to improve emergency management responses for departments including police, fire, and the mayor’s office.

A key finding from the report issued last year was a lack of transparency and communication, leading to the launch of the National Incident Management System Reset (NIMRS) to guide city leaders in following guidelines during incidents.

Minneapolis police chief reiterated the importance of protecting people’s First Amendment rights to protest peacefully while ensuring compliance with the law.

Ten actions are still in progress, with an update expected to be given to the committee of a whole next Tuesday.

For the full action report and update, visit

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