Do you buy or sell items on craigslist or another online marketplace? Ever get a nerve-wracking feeling when you have to meet up with a stranger to complete the deal? The MPD welcomes and encourages you to meet-up at any of our five precincts when buying or selling items. They are open and staffed with […]
MPD brought the Minneapolis Police Activities League-PAL back to the South Side, starting with an awesome group of girls from Little Earth. Over the past year, the girls learned to play softball and volleyball, participated in a triathlon, and recently started basketball! If you’re interested in signing up your child(ren), volunteering, or donating to the […]
Officer Cheryl Goodman and Officer Colleen Saunby are coaching a girls 14U softball team in South Minneapolis, the PAL Red Bears. Officer Goodman noticed that the girls on the team did not have cleats or the money to go buy some. So she took it upon herself to find MPD Supervisors and Officers who would […]
Click here to view: Body Camera Draft 03-01-2016 March 1, 2016 (MINNEAPOLIS) Consistent with the Department’s core value of transparency, the Minneapolis Police Department is releasing a Preliminary Draft of its body camera policy. This is not a final draft, as MPD leaders expect the document to evolve up until the point of implementation, which we […]
The ONLY place to purchase tickets where you are guaranteed a seat at the game is with the Vikings Ticket Office, TicketMaster or NFL Ticket Exchange. You are taking a chance that your ticket will be bad by purchasing from any other venue, including Craigslist, Ebay and ticket brokers. In the past for the Viking/Packer […]
November 20th (MINNEAPOLIS) The Minneapolis Police Department has received information that a group may attempt to cause a disturbance this evening in front of the Police Department’s 4th Precinct. We are asking gathered demonstrators to be vigilant and report any actions that may seem out of the ordinary. If anyone notices something suspicious, please contact […]
Honoring its commitment toward integrity and transparency, the MPD would like to update city residents on its continued work towards improving 5 areas of the department. In 2013, Chief Harteau requested that the Office of Justice Programs assess the MPD’s current policies and practices related to the police conduct and oversight process. The OJP […]
It is with great sadness that the Minneapolis Police K-9 Unit announces that K-9 Dutch passed away this past weekend. K-9 Dutch was a 3 ½ year old Dutch Shepherd that was assigned to Officer Tom Fahey. During an exercise session this past weekend, K-9 Dutch accidentally swallowed a lacrosse ball and it became […]
Fifty-four recruits are working hard in the academy. They range in age from 20 to 47, and come from all different backgrounds. Over 25% of them are veterans, with representatives from each branch of service. They’ll be sworn and protecting by year’s end.
The 1st Precint officers brought the rescued Coot to Loring Park.