U of M parents sound off on safety concerns amid violence on and near campus

Monday, July 11, 2022
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Nearly 200 concerned parents met with University of Minnesota leadership and Minneapolis officials to discuss concerns about a rise in crime both on and off-campus. Parents and others met with University of Minnesota President Joan Gabel, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey, Minneapolis Police Department Interim Chief Amelia Huffman, and University of Minnesota Police Department Chief Matt Clark for more than an hour airing concerns about a 45% rise in violent crime on and around campus since 2019.

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