Public Notice

Program Review and Public Comments Being Accepted

Per Minnesota Statute 626.8473, the Minneapolis-Saint Paul Airport Police Department (MSP APD) is required to develop a policy for the use of body-worn cameras (BWC). Agencies must also provide for public comment and input and post the written policy and its intent to implement a BWC program on their websites before body-worn cameras can be used in the field. 

The MSP APD is now accepting comments from the public prior to implementing a BWC program.

Public comments are being accepted from Thursday, July 15, 2021, through Monday, August 16, 2021. Written comments will be accepted until 1 p.m. on August 16, 2021. In-person comments will close upon the conclusion of the full Commission meeting on August 16.

To download a copy of the draft policy, click here.

Written Comments

Anyone wishing to provide written comments can do so by sending an email message to: apdpubliccomments@mspmac.org

Or mail comments to this address:

Metropolitan Airports Commission
Body-Worn Camera Comments
4300 Glumack Drive
Suite 3000
Saint Paul, MN 55111

All written comments must be received by 1 p.m. on August 16.

In-Person Comments

Anyone wishing to make comments in person may do so at one of two public meetings, being held respectively Monday, August 2, 2021, at 1:00 p.m. during the MAC’s Operations, Finance & Administration committee meeting and Monday, August 16, 2021, at 1:00 p.m. during the full MAC Commission meeting. Both are held in the Commission Chambers at MSP Airport’s Terminal 1.

Please visit the MAC's website for instructions on how to attend a meeting at the airport. You will need to pick up a security pass and go through security screening at Terminal 1. Discussion and public comments about the draft policy will be part of the agenda at both meetings. To download the agendas for these meetings, visit the Board Meetings webpage the Wednesday prior to the meeting date. The agenda item will be entitled ‘Public comment opportunity on Airport Police Department implementing a body-worn camera system and draft body-worn camera policy.’