Crime & Safety

Neighborhood Safety Meeting | Fri. January 26

December 8, 2023

Neighborhood Safety Meeting Friday, January 26 | 6:00-8:00pm Registration begins at 5:30 Kenwood Community Center Join residents from Lowry Hill, East Isles, and Kenwood to talk neighborhood safety with: Mayor Jacob Frey Minneapolis Police Chief O’Hara along with Assistant Chief Blackwell and Inspector Nelson of the 5th Precinct Park Police Chief Ohotto along with Lieutenant…

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MPD Alert: Recent Robberies and Home Invasions

December 10, 2021

(from a Minneapolis Police Department alert) December 8, 2021 “Recently, the Minneapolis Police Department has seen an increase in robberies and specifically home invasions. Two or more suspects are following victims by car, to their home and robbing them. These suspects are reported to be armed and some victims have been physically assaulted. Personal Safety:                                                                                       …

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Curfew tonight, April 12, 2021, begins at 7 p.m.

April 12, 2021

Curfew tonight begins at 7 p.m. Mayor Jacob Frey has issued an emergency regulation establishing a citywide curfew in Minneapolis that takes effect 7 p.m. tonight and lasts until 6 a.m. tomorrow morning, Tuesday, April 13. Gov. Tim Walz has also issued a curfew 7 p.m. tonight until 6 a.m. tomorrow for Hennepin, Ramsey and…

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City Offers Website with Trial Information

March 10, 2021

City Offers Website with Trial Information The City of Minneapolis launched a Trial Support and Safety website designed to help residents and businesses. There you can find: Find current street closures Sign up for trial updates from MN District Court  Report suspicious activity Look up mental health and well-being resources for support during traumatic times.…

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LHNA Launches Initiative to Enhance Community Safety  

March 3, 2021

“Know Your Neighbor” is a new initiative designed to enhance community safety and well-being in Lowry Hill. Led by LHNA’s Crime & Safety Committee, Know Your Neighbor is a neighbor-to-neighbor and cross-block communication system, used to communicate information when neighborhood crime occurs. Sue Westerman, LHNA’s Committee Chair has recruited Block Captains for 80% of the…

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City of Minneapolis: Curfew and Update

June 2, 2020

Curfew Tuesday begins at 10 p.m. A curfew will be in place in all public places within the cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul during the following hours: 10 p.m. Tuesday, June 2, until 4 a.m. Wednesday, June 3. You should be in your home and stay in your home during the curfew hours to protect everyone’s safety. Do…

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Curfew extended through tonight, trash pickup, safety guidance, resources and how to help.

May 31, 2020

From the City of Minneapolis May 31, 2020 GUIDANCE AND RESOURCES. Curfew Sunday begins at 8 p.m. The curfew has been extended. You cannot be in any public places within the city of Minneapolis and the city of Saint Paul from 8 p.m. on Sunday, May 31, 2020 until 6 a.m. on Monday, June 1,…

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Mayor Frey signs emergency regulation establishing curfew 8 p.m. tonight in Minneapolis

May 31, 2020

Mayor Frey signs emergency regulation establishing curfew 8 p.m. tonight in Minneapolis MAY 31, 2020 Today Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey signed Emergency Regulation 2020-2-2 establishing a curfew 8 p.m. tonight until 6 a.m. tomorrow in Minneapolis in alignment with Executive Order 20-68 issued by the State of Minnesota. The curfew will be in place 8 p.m. Sunday, May 31…

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May 30, 2020

This information just came in from the City of Minneapolis, Steve Gallagher from the Department of Neighborhood Community Relations and he asked that it be shared widely: Community Partners, PLEASE SHARE this information on social and other means you have. We know concerned community members want to help.  The Minnesota Department of Public Safety is…

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Report Graffiti

May 31, 2019

Help keep our beautiful city clean, and report graffiti three easy ways: Report it online Call 311 Use the 311 app on your smartphone (you can include a photo in this option) Graffiti drives our property values down and attracts criminal activity. Learn more about reporting, preventing and removing graffiti (and how you can get…

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