Star Sentinel: While its police force may be on the smallish side, Anoka is arguably one of the most guarded places around.That’s because the suburb about 40 minutes north of the Twin Cities is home to 27 Minneapolis police officers, nearly outnumbering the town’s 29-member department.
The RACIST LITTLE WHITE MAN is making this all about HIM for all the wrong reasons. THIS is his statement about the race war HIS leadership has sparked & fueled.— Morgan J. Freeman (@mjfree) May 30, 2020
We need leadership that talks about White Privivlege as a DISEASE not a VIRTUE!
And we need #JusticeForGeorgeFlyod https://t.co/SsGBfCJMXI
Another 29 Minneapolis cops reside in nearby Andover, which doesn’t have its own police department.
In fact, Minneapolis police officers living outside of the city is more the rule than the exception. Of the department’s 873 sworn officers, only about 8 percent — or 72 officers — live in ZIP codes that cover most of Minneapolis, according to a Star Tribune analysis of city records. Not that times have changed all that much: in 1989, about 70 percent of the police force lived elsewhere.
– The 73 year-old real estate developer gleefully tweeted from his bed, flanked with Secret Service, comfortably inside the White House gates.— Padma Lakshmi (@PadmaLakshmi) May 30, 2020
FYI when your main political strategy is trying to start a race war, you look pretty desperate. Racist and desperate. pic.twitter.com/RJ6Nh4tHKy
Today, you’re more likely to run into a Minneapolis cop after hours and out of uniform in Hudson, Wis., (home to 10 officers) or Elk River (12) than in parts of the North Side, the records show. One officer commutes about 60 miles each way to the city from his or her home in Deronda, Wis. read more…