Marshall Tanick talks lack of police training course in Star Tribune
Hellmuth & Johnson attorney Marshall Tanick was quoted by the Star Tribune in an article titled “8 years later, cop class stalled.”
Tanick was quoted throughout the article, which discussed a law enforcement training course that was created after the Metro Gang Strike Force was shut down in 2009. This course was intended to help prevent a future situation similar to Strike Force which involved police officers accused of being racially and ethnically insensitive, violating civil rights, and unjustified seizure of property. This course is still incomplete and has cost a total of $683,572.00 so far.
The full story can be viewed on the Star Tribune website.