Complaint Investigations Division Annual Report
Group: Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights
The Division is a neutral government agency empowered to investigate complaints of discrimination that have occurred within the City of Minneapolis. Alleged incidents must be reported to the Division within 365 days. Investigations gather information and establish facts in ways similar to the stages of a lawsuit known as discovery, except the Division requests the information instead of the parties. The Division then determines whether there is sufficient evidence to legally recommend that the Minneapolis Commission on Civil Rights (MCCR) order the Respondent to compensate the Complainant. The MCCR is empowered to award damages and other legal remedies. Complaints are cross-filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, whenever possible, to preserve the Complainant’s rights under federal law.
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