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The danger of a data breach or cyber attack is very real for local governments. This seminar provides steps to take toward preventing and responding to this threat. LEARN MORE AND REGISTER NOW »
Download the newly revised Body-worn camera model policy and white paper that reflects changes in Minnesota law that took effect Aug. 1, 2016. DOWNLOAD BODY CAM MODEL POLICY »
New Step Wisely materials highlight three points of contact technique to prevent injury when getting in and out of large vehicles. LEARN MORE AND DOWNLOAD MATERIALS »
Properly implementing and managing a litigation hold can help your entity preserve evidence and avoid the consequences of evidence destruction. Learn what a litigation hold is, and when and how to implement one. WATCH RECORDING NOW »
MCIT is a joint powers entity made up of Minnesota counties and associated public entities that pool resources to provide property, casualty and workers’ compensation coverage to members. MCIT also offers risk management and loss control services. LEARN MORE ABOUT MCIT »
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Step wisely

The Step Wisely program provides eye-catching materials designed to prevent slip, trip and fall injuries by employees and the public.


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MCIT primary contacts can log in for quick access to report information to MCIT, such as employee injuries, adding or deleting vehicles and property, submitting a claim, and more.
News and Upcoming Events
Coming to Your County: Safety and Health Essentials for Law Enforcement

MCIT Loss Control Consultant Keith Ternes will be on the road throughout the remainder of 2016 to deliver focused safety and health information to sheriffs’ offices. The unique operations of law enforcement require specific approaches to controlling risks.
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Legislation Amends Veterans Preference Act

The Minnesota Legislature made some key amendments to the Veterans Preference Act during its last session that became effective July 1, 2016.
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Law Enforcement Body-worn Camera Bill Signed into Law

On May 31, 2016, Governor Dayton signed into law Chapter 171 – S.F.No. 498, the much discussed and debated “Body Camera Bill” to address how data created by [law enforcement] body-worn cameras (body cams) are classified and managed throughout the state. The bill, which amends portions of Minnesota Statutes, Section 13.82 and creates a new section 13.825, contains the following notable features.
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Oct 12, 2016
Managing the Human Resource
Best Western Kelly Inn, St. Cloud, Minn.
MCIT members: $100
Nonmembers: $140
Registration fee is for both days, including all materials and lunch. No one-day registrations will be accepted.