Nov. 9: Governor’s Council on Community and Law Enforcement

Metropolitan State will host the inaugural meeting of the Governor’s Council on Law Enforcement and Community Relations from 4-7 pm, Nov. 9 in the New Main Great Hall, Saint Paul Campus.

In response to community concerns, Gov. Mark Dayton issued on Oct. 16, 2016, Executive Order 16-09: The Governor’s Council on Law Enforcement and Community Relations.

As an institution of higher learning, a neighbor, and a community partner seeking to contribute to this narrative and discourse, Metropolitan State University is honored to host the inaugural meeting of the council. The event is open to all Metropolitan faculty and students who are interested in community relations with law enforcement and criminal justice. The meeting is also open for public observance. Seating will be limited to the Great Hall and auditorium.

Both  Dayton and Lt. Gov. Tina Smith will address the council to provide initial guidance at this meeting. RSVP online if you are interested in attending this important and historic event.