A state choose agreed to a court-enforceable settlement between the Minnesota Division of Human Rights (MDHR) and the Minneapolis Police Division (MPD), capping an ongoing court docket case from March.
The teams had been formally negotiating the decree since March, formally submitting the case in state court docket to rectify conclusions MDHR present in an investigation that began after George Floyd’s dying by means of a consent decree. Consent decrees are binding authorized agreements issued by judges and enforced by the courts. MDHR’s investigation discovered discrimination and inappropriate use-of-force ways in opposition to Black people in Minneapolis.
The announcement comes practically a month after the US Division of Justice introduced related findings. The Justice Division stated they’d take steps to barter a separate consent decree to deal with ongoing points inside MPD.
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