Phoneline dedicated to human rights violations

(ABC 6 News) – The Olmsted County Human Rights Commission held a meeting Thursday and one of the topics discussed was the human rights phoneline.

The phoneline is open to anyone in Olmsted county who believes their human rights were violated.

Every month, this is reported to the Human Rights Commission to detail the type of complaints they’re receiving.

“It’s by employers, landlords, fellow citizens, those are basically most of the complaints that we get,” Executive Director of Mediation & Conflict Solutions Wendy Moore said.

The phone line is available 24/7 and its a resource for citizens of Olmsted County. The number is 507-328-7300.