Safety & Livability

The mission of the North Loop Safety and Livability Committee (NLSLC) is to promote a just, safe and peaceful community for all residents.

City of Minneapolis Community Meetings

Pedestrian Advisory Committee (PAC)

1st Wednesday of the month, 4:00-6:00pm
Room 333, Minneapolis City Hall

PAC Infrastructure & Engineering (I&E) Subcommittee

3rd Thursday of the month*, 4:30-6:00 p.m.
Room 319, Minneapolis City Hall

PAC Program and Policy Subcommittee

4th Monday of the month, 4:30-6:00pm
Room 319, Minneapolis City Hall

Please note that some dates may be different due to holidays. For exact meeting dates, please see the 2019 BAC/PAC Calendar.

2019 Pedestrian and Bicycle Meeting Calendar

HOW TO REPORT A CRIME

Before a crime can be prosecuted, it must be reported and investigated by the police.

The police will conduct an initial investigation of the matter. If the officers believe that a felony-level offense or juvenile offense has occurred, the police department will forward their investigation to the County Attorney’s Office for possible prosecution. If a misdemeanor has occurred, the police department will forward their investigation to the city attorney’s office.

Call 911

Call 911 to report suspicious activity. This call alerts law enforcement to problems, enabling officers to respond. It is the first step in the criminal justice process and one way citizens can help hold offenders accountable and keep their community safe.

If you witness a crime or any suspicious activity, call 911. If you or someone else needs assistance from emergency personnel, call 911.

Contact Your Local Police Department

In a non-emergency situation that does not require an immediate response, contact your local police department. In Minneapolis, you can also call 311 or submit an online police report.

Interactive Crime Mapping

The Minneapolis Police Department’s online crime mapping tool is interactive and updated daily www.minneapolismn.gov/police