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About 60 families living in the Sterling Square apartment complex across the street from the Brooklyn Center Police Department have been dealing with protests, unrest and police response in the three weeks since Daunte Wright was killed.​

About 60 families living in the Sterling Square apartment complex across the street from the Brooklyn Center Police Department have been dealing with protests, unrest and police response in the three weeks since Daunte Wright was killed.​

WATCH: Ebonie McMillan spoke to the New York Times about living near the Brooklyn Center Police Department which has seen protests after an officer shot and killed Daunte Wright.

Phoenix Robles and Dorcas Monari hug during a demonstration in front of the Brooklyn Center Police Department as protests continue over the police killing of Daunte Wright. More photos from weekend protests: 📷 @npfosi 

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Ebonie McMillan lives the Brooklyn Center Police Department in Minnesota, which has seen protests after an officer shot and killed Daunte Wright. This is what it's like: @NBCLX  #NBCCT 

Most Brooklyn Center Police Department officers are white and male, while most residents are people of color and women. Not one officer lives within city limits, according to the mayor. Daunte Wright's killing brings fresh scrutiny to the department.

A demonstration at the police department's headquarters in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota continued into the night, as protesters gathered to decry the killing by an officer of 20-year-old Daunte Wright. Follow us on Telegram

After a week of clashes with police and some unrest, things at the Brooklyn Center Police Department were quieter on Sunday, as demonstrators marked one week since Daunte Wright was killed in a police shooting.​

Jose Chavez wraps his arms around his daughter Cattleya Chavez, 3, at a protest outside the Brooklyn Center Police Department after 20-year-old Black man Daunte Wright was killed by a police. More photos of the week: 📷 @LeahMillis 

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As several people began to rattle a fence protecting the Brooklyn Center police department, the Freedom Fighters communicated to each other over walkie-talkies. They declined to say how many are in their group.

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Most Brooklyn Center Police Department officers are white and male, while most residents are people of color and women. Not one officer lives within city limits, according to the mayor. Daunte Wright's killing brings fresh scrutiny to the department.

Most police forces — including Brooklyn Center’s — have standard precautions and protocols in place to prevent a mix-up that can be deadly. “If you train enough, you should be able to tell,” said Scott A. DeFoe, a retired sergeant with the Los Angeles Police Department.

Daunte Wright was killed by Officer Kim Potter during a routine traffic stop in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, according to police. Potter was with the Brooklyn Center police department for 26 years, according to the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension

Minnesota officials on Monday identified the police officer who shot Daunte Wright as Kim Potter, a 26-year veteran of the Brooklyn Center Police Department, and said she had been placed on administrative leave.

Protesters gathered outside the Police Department in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, for a second night over the killing of Daunte Wright. Officers fired tear gas to disperse the crowd.

Brooklyn Center fires city manager, gives mayor control of the police department following fatal shooting

Brooklyn Center fires city manager, gives mayor control of the police department following fatal shooting

Brooklyn Center fires city manager, gives mayor control of the police department following fatal shooting

GRAPHIC CONTENT: Police in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota have released video showing moments right before an officer shot 20-year-old Daunte Wright during a traffic stop. The department's police chief later said she intended to use a Taser instead of her gun.

Updated story: Police deployed tear gas and flash-bang grenades Sunday night to clear protesters who gathered outside the Brooklyn Center Police Department in the wake of the fatal police shooting of a 20-year-old man earlier in the day

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