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Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights

Discrimination Prevention and Response

350 S 5th St, Ste 239, Minneapolis, MN, 55415

Distance: 906 Miles

(612) 673-3012


Service Details


The Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights works to prevent and prohibit all discrimination based on Minneapolis City Ordinances which protect people from discrimination based on:
* Race, color, national origin and ancestry
* Creed or religion
* Sex, including sexual harassment, sexual orientation, gender identity
* Disability
* Age
* Marital status
* Status with regard to public assistance

In the areas of:
* Business
* Employment
* Labor union membership
* Housing
* Property rights
* Education
* Public accommodations or public services
* Lending
* Professional organizations
* Retaliation

The Department enforcement activities include:
* Investigating discriminatory practices against members of protected classes
* Ensuring enforcement of employment and purchasing goals for women and minorities on all City-funded construction
* Investigating and making recommendations regarding complaints brought against any Minneapolis Police Officer


  • Specialization
    • Disabilities 
    • Family 
    • Older adults 


You can make a complaint if you feel that you have been discriminated against in the City of Minneapolis within the last 365 days.

Application Instructions

Instructions on how to file a complaint are on the agency website


There is no fee for this service.

Business Hours

8:30am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday

Area Served

City of Minneapolis


Phone Numbers

Type Number Hours
Main (612) 673-3012
Main - Police Conduct Review (612) 673-5500
TTY (612) 673-2157

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