University of Minnesota experiences surge in crime after it severed ties with Minneapolis Police Department

Thursday, July 30, 2020
By Paul Martin

by: Arsenio Toledo
Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Just days after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota – a death which would spark a nationwide wave of engineered rioting – the University of Minnesota (UMN) elected to sever its ties with the Minneapolis Police Department (MPD). This may have been the wrong decision, as the university has experienced a massive increase in on-campus violence in the weeks following it.

On May 27, UMN President Joan Gabel published a letter detailing what it meant for the university now that their relationship with the MPD had been severed. Among other things, it meant that several agreements with the MPD have been scrapped in favor of simply using the university’s own police force, the University of Minnesota Police Department (UMPD). Among these include agreements for specialized services such as the use of a K-9 explosive detection team.

As part of that, city and university police would no longer work together to provide security for large-scale events that occur on campus such as football and basketball games, concerts and ceremonies. However, the UMPD would still be allowed to call upon the services of the MPD for joint patrols and investigations that “directly enhance the safety of our community or that allow us to investigate and apprehend those who put our students, faculty and staff at risk.”


One Response to “University of Minnesota experiences surge in crime after it severed ties with Minneapolis Police Department”

  1. Robert Edward Lee

    GOOD !!! Every white Christian patriot move the frig out of FAR FROM, any blue city / state. Freaks … DO please move INTO blue city / states.


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