The city of Brooklyn Center late Wednesday released more materials from the service file of Kim Potter, the white officer who shot Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, during a traffic stop April 11, including a commendation for safely resolving an incident involving a suicidal man, as well as a handful of reprimands for driving mishaps, reports the Associated Press. Potter received a chief’s commendation in 2007 for her handling of a “suicidal homicidal suspect” and his 2-year-old daughter. Other commendations were for Potter recovering a company’s stolen computer in 2008; helping recover a child who was the subject of an Amber Alert in 2006; helping locate and arrest two bail-jumpers from Mississippi in 2006; and tracking down suspects in a home invasion robbery in 1998. The materials included a four-hour suspension for Potter missing in-service training in 2000 and reprimands for driving accidents in 1995, 1996 and 1998. The materials shed no new light on Potter’s training during her career.