School Resource Officers:  A partnership With Minneapolis Public Schools

 The Minneapolis Police department, in collaboration with the Minneapolis Public School District, helps maintain safe welcoming environments where students can succeed.

What is a School Resource Officer?

Our School Resource Officers are licensed Minneapolis Police Officers who have been selected to work within the Minneapolis Public School District.

What does a School Resource Officer do?

  • School Resource Officers develop problem-solving strategies with Minneapolis Public School staff & other partners that focus on diversion & decriminalization as an alternative to citations or arrests when resolving student related matters.

Contact the Minneapolis Police Department’s School Resource Officer & Juvenile Outreach & Diversion Programs:











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