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Police conduct inquiry form


The Bloomington Police Department expects its employees to serve our community with respect, compassion, and honesty. It is our policy to investigate all inquiries alleging misconduct concerning our employees.

If you wish to file an inquiry, please provide the following information, sign, and submit this form. 

Per G.O. 215 (C), "inquiry" means a report by a reporter on the way police services were or were not provided by employees of the Bloomington Police Department or the specific actions of an employee of the Bloomington Police Department.

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Your name and contact info
Contact info
Incident info
Please provide the details of your inquiry. List any witnesses and/or other persons involved. 
Minnesota State Statute 609.505, Subdivision 2, Reporting Police Misconduct

(a) Whoever informs, or causes information to be communicated to, a peace officer, whose responsibilities include investigating or reporting police misconduct, that a peace officer, as defined in section 626.84, subdivision 1, paragraph (c), has committed an act of police misconduct, knowing that the information is false, is guilty of a crime and may be sentenced as follows: 
  1. up to maximum provided for a misdemeanor if the false information does not allege a criminal act; or 
  2. up to the maximum provided for a gross misdemeanor if the false information alleges a criminal act.
(b) The court shall order any person convicted of a violation of this subdivision to make a full restitution of all reasonable expenses incurred in the investigation of the false allegation unless the court makes a specific finding that restitution would be inappropriate under the circumstances.

A restitution award may not exceed $3000.
I have read and I understand the above information.
By typing your name in the box below, you are providing a legal signature attesting that to the best of your knowledge, the information you have provided is true and factual.

Please take notice that any data received by the City as the result of submitting this form will be classified as government data pursuant to the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act, Minnesota Statutes Chapter 13. Under the Data Practices Act, some or all of this data is classified as public data, including your name, address, email address, phone number, and other personal information provided by you. Public data is available to anyone requesting it and consists of all data furnished via this Web form. Please be advised that the correspondence will be added to the public record. The purpose and intended use of the information collected through this form is to obtain public input and data in support of City activities and services. You have the right to refuse to submit this form. If you choose not to submit this form, you will need to contact the City by another means if you wish to provide the information collected by the form.

The City of Bloomington does not discriminate against or deny the benefits of its services, programs, or activities to a qualified person because of a disability. To make a request for a reasonable accommodation, ask for more information, or to file a complaint, contact the Community Outreach and Engagement Division, City of Bloomington, 1800 West Old Shakopee Road, Bloomington, MN 55431- 3027; 952-563-8733, MN Relay 711.