'I'm here to help' | Dr. Cedric Alexander becomes Minneapolis' first Community Safety Commissioner

Summary by Ground News
Dr. Cedric Alexander was sworn in as Minneapolis' first Community Safety Commissioner. Mayor Jacob Frey issued an Executive Order giving Alexander authority to direct the Minneapolis community safety departments. The role and the new office were proposed as part of a push for police reform after the murder of George Floyd by former MPD officer Derek Chauvin.
4 months ago·Minneapolis, United States

News Articles

More Filters
All
Left
Center
Right

Cedric Alexander sworn in as Minneapolis' 1st community safety commissioner

At his swearing in, Alexander said Minneapolis can be one of the safest cities in the country as long as all of the departments work together.

4 months ago·New York, United States
Read Full Article

Cedric Alexander begins work as Minneapolis' community safety commissioner

Alexander, who reports to Mayor Jacob Frey, now has responsibility for supervising the leaders of the city's police, fire, 911, emergency management and violence prevention programs.

4 months ago·Minneapolis, United States
Read Full Article

'I'm here to help' | Dr. Cedric Alexander becomes Minneapolis' first Community Safety Commissioner

In his role, Dr. Alexander will oversee the city's community safety departments and help shape Mayor Jacob Frey's proposed Office of Community Safety.

4 months ago·Minneapolis, United States
Read Full Article

Cedric Alexander officially sworn in as first community safety commissioner in Minneapolis

The city of Minneapolis' first community safety commissioner officially stepped into that role on Monday morning. Cedric Alexander was sworn in during a brief ceremony at City Hall.

4 months ago·St Paul, United States
Read Full Article

​​Dr. Cedric Alexander sworn in as Minneapolis’ first community safety commissioner

​City Council approves Mayor Frey’s nomination of ​​Cedric Alexander as Minneapolis' first community safety commissioner.

4 months ago
Read Full Article
Think freely.Subscribe and get full access to Ground NewsSubscriptions start at $9.99/yearSubscribe

Bias Distribution

60% of the sources lean Left
CBS News
Star Tribune
MPR News
KARE
spokesman-recorder.com
L 60%
C 40%
See less detail