The North Mankato Police Department will be implementing body worn cameras in early 2024. According to Minnesota State law, all “local law enforcement must provide for public comment before it purchases OR implements a portable recording system. At a minimum, the agency must accept public comments submitted electronically or by mail, and the governing body with jurisdiction over the budget of the law enforcement agency must provide for public comment at a regularly scheduled meeting.”
Public comments submitted online or in person will be accepted from Monday November 6th, 2023, to Friday November 17th, 2023. The body worn camera policy will also be available for comment at the City Council meeting on Monday, November 20th, 2023, at 7:00 p.m., at North Mankato City Hall.
Questions may be directed to Police Chief Ross Gullickson at 507-625-7883.
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