VIDEO: Frey talks about new no-knock search warrant policy on GMA3

Thursday, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey talked about the new Minneapolis no-knock search warrant policy in the city.

The new policy, which Frey proposed in March, no longer allows Minneapolis police to apply for or execute no-knock warrants, no longer allows Minneapolis police to request or respond to requests from agencies in other jurisdictions, and requires Minneapolis police to knock or announce their presence and purpose for entry at least 20 seconds before executing the warrant, or at least 30 seconds before executing the warrant if it’s between 8 p.m. and 7 a.m., among other requirements.

You can watch Frey’s interview on GMA3 from ABC News below.