(Minneapolis, MN) -- Rules are being tightened about the use of body cameras by Minneapolis police officers.

Mayor Jacob Frey and Police Chief Medaria Arradondo released the first of a series of new public safety policy reforms Sunday. The two top city officials say the new policies requiring review of the video before completing a police report will better capture officers’ perceptions and factors existing at the time a critical incident happens. The weekend announcement gives clearer direction to supervisors when dealing with the situations and makes firmer the time requirements for reporting.