The Minneapolis City Council is set to discuss its “no-knock” warrant policies today (Monday 1:30 p-m) during an oversight committee meeting. Councilman Jeremiah Ellison invited St. Thomas law professor Rachel Moran and other so-called experts to talk about research related to police procedures and no-knock warrants. The discussion is in response to the Minneapolis police shooting of Amir Locke. Council members say they invited Mayor Jacob Frey to be part of the process of shaping policies. Frey suspended the use of no-knock warrants after a SWAT team search led to Locke’s shooting.