Community Impact - Arrest Search

This system allows you to search for recent arrests in Minneapolis that affect either you or your neighborhood and to submit a community impact statement to the Minneapolis City Attorney's Office. You do not have to be the direct victim of a crime or have personally witnessed the criminal activity in order to submit a community impact statement.

Community impact statements are presented to the court by prosecutors from the Minneapolis City Attorney's Office to show the negative impact a specific offender or a specific crime has, not only on the victims of the crime but also on the community in which the crime took place.

When using this online system to provide a Community Impact Statement, you are required to provide your name, a phone number and an email address The Minnesota Government Data Practices Act (Minnesota Statutes Chapter 13) governs all data collected, created, received, maintained or disseminated by the City. This law presumes that all such data is public unless classified otherwise. If you believe that your identity should be kept private pursuant to Minn. Stat. 13.82 subd. 17(d), you will need to provide a Community Impact Statement in person at your precinct.