April 8, 1973 - MER’s Greg Barron rides along with Saint Paul Police Officers Joe Pelton and Keith Martenson as they patrol the streets of the city during the night watch. Barron captures events of the evening in dramatic fashion through sounds and actions that take place as they intervene in a domestic dispute.
June 14, 1973 - You know where the evidence you shall give relative to the matter now under consideration should be the whole truth and nothing but the truth of god. Maybe. Good site a lot cases as long as I've been away from home. But tonight I'm here in behalf of my son Ernest Johnson who's in the hospital because the police harassment. At the hearing on March eight people testifying and each witness told of serious problems they. Police all the testimony was taken under oath but as it turned out much of what was said was.
October 13, 1973 - At NAACP banquet, probably in St. Paul, an unknown speaker comments on the small numbers of Black members in fire and police departmants.
March 5, 1974 -
August 24, 1974 - A roundtable discussion sponsored by DFL Feminist Caucus on prostitution and local ordinances.
June 25, 1975 - MPR’s Debbie Gage reports on community public testimony regarding abuse accusations of Minneapolis police. Reports includes commentary from Willie Mae Jennings and and Spike Moss.
July 22, 1975 - Minnesota Public Radio reporter Martin Bunzl prepared this report on the conflict that exists between the black community and the Minneapolis Police Department. Included in this story are interviews with Jack Jensen, Minneapolis chief of police; Al Hofstede, mayor of Minneapolis ; and Earl Craig, director of the Minneapolis Urban League.
August 1, 1975 -
January 23, 1976 -
May 20, 1976 - Criticism of the Internal Affairs Unit (IAU). Includes Terrence Aronson, staff attorney for the Urban Coalition.