Minneapolis Police Supervisors To Receive Bonuses

Minneapolis police supervisors will receive $7,000 bonuses if they stay with the department through the end of the year.

The bonuses will be offered to about 20 people in supervisory roles ranging from inspector up to chief. The city estimates the bonuses will cost about $150,000 total.

The change was designed to provide supervisors with a bonus similar to the $7,000 amount that rank-and-file officers negotiated during contract talks earlier this year. They come at a time when the department is trying to rebuild its ranks closer to the levels they were at before George Floyd’s murder in 2020.

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