mutual aid

Spirit Lake Tribe and North Dakota Highway Patrol sign mutual aid agreement

The agreement was signed during the Strengthening Government to Government Partnerships and Relationships Conference.

BISMARCK, N.D. (KVRR) — A mutual aid agreement is signed between the Spirit Lake Tribe and the North Dakota Highway Patrol. The agreement will allow North Dakota Highway Patrol to help on the reservation when needed. However, it does not give the highway patrol the authority to arrest anyone. Officers can intervene regardless of tribal status until local law enforcement…

Mutual aid continues in Cass and Clay counties

After a little over a year without a mutual aid agreement due to a change in Minnesota law, North Dakota law enforcement annouce they're ready to help their neighbors to the east.

FARGO-MOORHEAD (KVRR) – After a little over a year without a mutual aid agreement due to a change in Minnesota law, North Dakota law enforcement announce they’re ready to help their neighbors to the east. A Minnesota law that went into effect in March of 2021 changed how officers can use deadly force if a reasonable apparent threat of death…

Two Moorhead Men Arrested For Felony Firearms Violations

MOORHEAD, Minn. (KVRR) — Red River Valley Swat Team is called in to execute a search warrant in Moorhead after a man is arrested during a traffic stop. 35-year-old Richard Torres and 24-year-old John Lopez, both of Moorhead, were under investigation for felony firearms violations. Both men are now behind bars for felony possession of ammunition and firearms. Swat was…

No ND mutual aid for nearly a year “detrimental” Moorhead Police Chief says

MOORHEAD, Minn. (KVRR) – Moorhead’s police chief says it’s been difficult for his department not to have mutual aid from North Dakota law enforcement for almost a year. A Minnesota law that went into effect in March of 2021 changed how officers can use deadly force if a reasonable apparent threat of death or great bodily harm is present. It…