Organized by the Harvard Club of Minnesota
Police-community relations are a nationwide concern. Medaria Arradondo, appointed Minneapolis Police Chief in 2017, will speak about efforts in the community and his vision for the police force.
Medaria Arradondo is a lifelong Minneapolis resident. He joined the Minneapolis Police Department in 1989, starting as a patrolman in the 4th precinct in North Minneapolis. Working his way up the ranks, he succeeded Janee Harteau as Chief of Police in 2017.
- This event will be held in the offices of the Stinson law firm, rather than our usual Dorsey location. Stinson is on the 26th floor of the same building.
- The event will start at 5:30 PM.
- As always, attendees coming by car must arrange for their own parking, either in the 50 South Sixth Street pay lot or in another of the many nearby lots.
- Sign-up deadline is Sunday, September 15.
RSVP at http://hcminnesota.clubs.harvard.edu/article.html?aid=554