MINNEAPOLIS — The latest effort by the city of Minneapolis to impose civilian oversight of police misconduct so far has little to show for it.

In its first six months, the Community Commission on Police Oversight has handled only two cases out of the hundreds of complaints filed with the police department and the Office of Police Conduct Review, or OPCR. A city website that's supposed to keep citizens apprised of data about complaints against officers hasn't been updated since March.

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