Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights
Office of Police Conduct Review (OPCR)
350 S 5th St, Ste 239, Minneapolis, MN, 55415-1371
Distance: 1115 Miles
The Office of Police Conduct Review (OPCR) is a neutral agency that handles claims of police misconduct made to the City of Minneapolis.
* Assures that police services are delivered in a lawful and nondiscriminatory manner
* Provides the public meaningful participatory oversight of police misconduct
* Investigates complaints of misconduct on the part of officers of the Minneapolis Police Department
To file a complaint, you must have personal knowledge of alleged misconduct on the part of a Minneapolis Police officer. A parent or legal guardian may file on behalf of a minor. A family member, conservator or legal guardian may file on behalf of a vulnerable adult.
Complaints must be filed with the OPCR within 270 days (9 months) of the date of the alleged police misconduct.
Complaints can be filed online at http://www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/police/opcr-complaint
or at your local precinct, or in person. You may also visit the offices in Minneapolis City Hall to get a complaint form.
A complaint becomes official once the complainant signs it and it's received by the Office of Police Conduct Review. All online complaints will be considered official and can be signed at a later date.
By phone - Call the Office of Police Conduct Review - Civilian Unit at: (612) 673-5500. You can also file by calling 311 Resource Information.
8:30am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday
City of Minneapolis
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