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DULUTH POLICE DEPARTMENT

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A student at the college’s Center for Advanced Aviation dropped a backpack on Tuesday, which caused a presumably-forgotten gun inside to go off.
A 45-year-old man was arrested Wednesday afternoon.
The News Tribune asked student representatives what they think about school resource officers — the four Duluth police officers stationed in the public school district.
The new agreement governing school resource officers calls for regular reviews of citation data and the program itself, among several other measures.
Community members agreed that drones can be a useful tool for law enforcement, but sought to ensure they are used responsibly.
The agency's new policy includes privacy and legal provisions for how and when data can be collected.

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Mike Ceynowa steps in as the department faces some significant challenges, but the 24-year veteran says he's optimistic about the years ahead.
From the column: "The issue of inside or outside the unit when hiring new leadership is not novel to Duluth."
The 24-year veteran is the city's 37th police chief.

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