St. Louis Park Police Department presents four information sessions to city council
Between August and November 2017, the St. Louis Park Police Department will be presenting four sessions to the St. Louis Park City Council regarding the police department’s service delivery model, policy and procedures, critical incidents, and council response to critical incident. Presentations will take place during city council study sessions, which are open to the public. Dates, locations and topic details for each of the four sessions is listed below. Please check www.stlouispark.org prior to attending these meetings to ensure start times and locations haven’t changed.
Monday, August 14, 5:30 p.m.
Municipal Service Center, 7305 Oxford St., St. Louis Park (training room, second floor)
Topics: Community Oriented Policing model, procedural justice, officer hiring standards including recruitment, hiring and training. (60 min.) View presentation.
Monday, September 25, 6:30 p.m.
Municipal Service Center, 7305 Oxford St. St. Louis Park (training room, second floor)
Topics: Review of police department policies and procedures regarding biased policing, citizen contacts, use of force, vehicle pursuits and current policing issues involving immigration and de-escalation. (60 min.) View presentation.
Monday, October 16, 6 p.m.
St. Louis Park Police Department Roll Call Room, 3015 Raleigh Avenue, St. Louis Park (Enter the lobby; police department staff will escort you to the Roll Call Room.)
Topics: Examples of current issues facing officers, including difficult citizen contacts, mental health crisis calls and use-of-force training. This will be an interactive session for council with a demonstration of the training system used by officers. (80 min.) View presentation.
Monday, November 27, 6:30 p.m.
St. Louis Park City Hall Community Room (1st floor), 5005 Minnetonka Boulevard, St. Louis Park
Note: This session was rescheduled from Monday, November 13.
Topics: Review of critical incident: officer-involved shooting. Discussion of how investigation of an officer-involved shooting is conducted and the role of elected officials, including interacting with the media. (120 min.)