The commissioner of public safety shall establish and maintain an Office of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives dedicated to preventing and ending the targeting of Indigenous women, children, and two-spirited people. Additional duties of the office are described in Minn. Stat. 299A.85, subd. 4.
The office must report annually, by January 15, on measurable outcomes achieved to meet its statutory duties, along with specific objectives and outcome measures proposed for the following year. The report must include data and statistics on missing and murdered indigenous women, children, and relatives in Minnesota, including names, dates of disappearance, and dates of death, to the extent the data is publicly available.