"Leading Transformational Change", A Speaker Luncheon Featuring Janee Harteau, Chief of Police Minneapolis Police Department, hosted by the Women in Business

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Name: "Leading Transformational Change", A Speaker Luncheon Featuring Janee Harteau, Chief of Police Minneapolis Police Department, hosted by the Women in Business
Date: May 25, 2017
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CDT
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Event Description:
Minneapolis police chief ranked No. 22 in Fortune's list of 'World's 50 Greatest Leaders will be speaking in Wayzata on May 25th!
A 30-year veteran and the city’s first female and first gay police chief, Harteau is the mind behind MPD 2.0, a drive to build trust in the community by putting more cops on the beat. Civic leaders credit her for dismissing cops for misconduct.

Chief Harteau joined the MPD in 1987 and worked her way through the ranks beginning as a patrol officer on the street.  In 2012, Chief Harteau was nominated by the mayor and unanimously confirmed by the city council to become the 52nd and first female Chief of Police in the city’s history.  In February of 2016, she was again unanimously confirmed for a second 3 year term to serve as Police Chief.
Chief Harteau is vocal in issues both locally and nationally that impact law enforcement as an active board member for both the Major Cities Chief’s Association (MCCA) and the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF).  With the roll out of MPD 2.0 Chief Harteau is at the forefront of leading organizational change, the President’s 21st Century Policing guidelines and has often been a keynote speaker at various business, government, educational institutions and women's organizations.

Chief Harteau holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Police Science and a Master of
Arts in Public Safety Administration; both from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota.  
She trains law enforcement leaders nationally for IACP Women’s Leadership
Institute (WLI), and is an Assistant Professor at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota in
the School of Police Science.  She is a graduate of the Senior Management Institute of Police in Boston, MA and Northwestern University Center for Public Safety’s Police Staff and Command School where she was the Franklin Kreml Leadership Award winner.  








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Location:
Wayzata Country Club
200 Wayzata Blvd W
Wayzata, MN 55391
Date/Time Information:
Thursday, May 25th
11:30 am-1:00 pm
 
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