Updating the way Minnesota responds to hate crimes has been a goal of a community coalition and DFL lawmakers for three years. Doing so this session could be another result of the trifecta that emerged from the 2022 election.
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Born and raised in St. Paul and a 24-year veteran of the department, Axel Henry he steps into the job as police departments locally and around the country face heightened scrutiny, and recruitment and retention challenges.