Minneapolis Police Department launches channel on YouTube

KSTP reports the department wants to reach a different audience and offer its own point of view to stories. The Assistant Police Chief adds the goal of the online channel is to "build trust, transparency and communications."
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KSTP reports the department wants to reach a different audience and offer its own point of view to stories. The Assistant Police Chief adds the goal of the online channel is to "build trust, transparency and communications."

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