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National Night Out 2016

National Night Out 2012
Tuesday, August 2nd


Non-emergency crimes or incidents that do not require a police response, call 311.

Submit an online police report for types of incidents like theft, lost property, or damage to property.

If you have information about a crime, call the Tip Line at (612) 692-TIPS (8477) or download the MPD Tip App
Download the MPD Tip App from iTunes Download Android MPD Tip App

Learn more ways to report a crime or send an anonymous tip.

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How Do I…

Quick Links:

Inside MPD (this link takes you to an external website)

MPD Crime Data, Initial Assessment: March 11, 2015 (pdf)

Report: OJP Diagnostic Analysis of Minneapolis Police Department, January 2015 (pdf)

Independent Investigation from 7/25/2014 Arrest

Chief's Citizen Advisory Council
See updates from the Chief's Citizens Council.

Crime Maps & Statistics
See location where crimes are reported: including property crimes, drug offenses, and violent crimes.

Police Precinct Finder
Enter your address to look up which police precinct you're in.

Protecting Young People from Sex Trafficking
The City of Minneapolis is committed to making the city a safe place for all youth and preventing the sexual exploitation and trafficking of juveniles.

Police Actities LeaguePAL is an organization for youth; where kids and police develop positive relationships by taking part in fun recreational, cultural and educational activities. Activities are free. Learn more»
MPD Police Reserve Badge

See Minneapolis Police Reserves for more information.

Applications are now being accepted.
Minneapolis Police Reserve Application (PDF)

Police Band imageThe Minneapolis Police Band performs 30 to 50 times a year, including the Minneapolis Aquatennial Parade. See the Police Band's Concert Schedule



Last updated Jul 1, 2016