Coon Rapids Police Department

  • Agency: Coon Rapids Police Department
  • Address: 11155 Robinson Drive, Coon Rapids, 55433 MN
  • Chief: Steven Wells (Chief of Police)
Phone: 763-767-6481
Fax: 763-767-6435

Coon Rapids Police Department is located at 11155 Robinson Drive, Coon Rapids, 55433 MN. The Chief of Police of the department is Steven Wells. The Coon Rapids Police Department phone number is 763-767-6481.

Coon Rapids Police Department News

The Coon Rapids Police Department is looking for assistance from the public in identifying this business burglary suspect. He is a white male, 20-30 years old, short with a stocky build and he is wearing a gray hoodie with yellow stripes on the sleeves and yellow lettering on the front. His jeans also had holes in them. Please contact Detective Lund at 763-767-6417 if you have any information.

Ghosts, goblins and Halloween fun are the center of attention in the October edition of the Police Bullets Newsletter.

We would like to share an example of work that gets done every day by police officers around the country but often goes un-noticed, and officers don't want any recognition but we still want to share this with you. Our officers were called to check the welfare of a person. They met up with our citizen who was scared. They were invited into the residence. They found that the person had no food, their prescriptions had run out and they had no way to make outgoing calls. Our officers made contact with the ACBC food self who set the person up with regular deliveries including by 4 p.m. that day, contacted their health care provider to get their medications started again and called a faith-based organization to help in their assistance. The next day CRPD officers also followed up with Anoka County social services to make sure they had received our report and could provide the best service for the person. Once again, while this happened here in Coon Rapids, this work happens every day with officers all over the that is often unnoticed.

We can't thank our wonderful citizens and bussinesses enough for your support! Thanks to Ms. Tinker, Midwest One Bank and everyone else for the wonderful treats and coffee on "Coffee with a Cop" day!

September = back to school, and with more buses out on the roads, drivers need to be aware. Read about what we can all do to keep kids safe in this month's Police Bullets newsletter.

Wishing everyone at Coon Rapids High School a safe and fun homecoming week! Thanks for inviting Chief Wise to be the Grand Marshal in the parade tonight!

Reminder: The job posting for Police Officer Eligibility roster closes on Monday. You have just a few days left to submit your materials to join our team. Read more here:

Speeders in your neighborhood? Read about what we do to educate and stop them - and how you can help - in this month's Police Bullets newsletter.

Submit your application for the 2017-2018 police officer eligibility roster. Deadline is now August 28. Apply here:

In case you missed the Night to Unite festivities August 1, here's a recap of what some of the events looked like. We hope you continue those conversations to get to know your neighbors and join us next year for this citywide event on Tuesday, August 7! We have instructions and easy, pre-made invites all on our website,

There's just over a week to submit your applications for 2017-2018 police officer eligibility roster. Deadline August 21. More information here:

Now that you have had time to digest that great get-together you had in your neighborhood, don't let the momentum slow. Make it a point to knock on that neighbors door you haven't met yet or only wave at as you pass. Get to know them. You and your new found neighbor friends (and the old ones too!) can make a big difference on crime. SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING!

Thank you to everyone who hosted a Night to Unite party this evening! Over 100 parties were registered in neighborhoods around the city. Our officers enjoyed meeting so many wonderful people! Thank you for your support and keep up the great work getting to know your neighbors!

A behind-the-scenes look at Night to Unite preparations! Our officers look forward to visiting parties around the city tonight!

Come join our team! We are currently taking applications to establish our 2017- 2018 eligibility roster. More information here:

Night to Unite is here! We are so excited to have a chance to meet our great community at their get-togethers tonight!

Alexnadra House is one of our key community partners. Take a look at the flyer for their second annual event.

CRPD would like to give a shout out to Goodyear, 11190 Crooked Lake Blvd NW. Our officer who responded to a call, made some calls and Goodyear stepped up to help out a Coon Rapids resident who was a victim of a crime. We at CRPD say "thanks" for what you did Goodyear!

The Coon Rapids Police Department is asking for the public's help. On 7/21/2017 officers and CRFD responded to a call of a fire at Delta Park, 11151 Yukon St NW. When they arrived they found that the Tot-sized playground equipment had been set on fire. Evidence leads us to believe that it is intentional. If you have any information on this please contact Det. Eychaner at 763-767-6481 or 763-427-1212.

Night to Unite begins with "good neighbors"! We want to thank the Good Neighbor Seniors for all their help in stuffing the host bags. They were simply awesome!! Host bags are available for pick up starting today, July 20, at the police department; business hours are 8 am-4:30 pm.

There's still time to sign up for Night to Unite and we want you to know solicitors need to be licensed in our city. Read more in our monthly Police Bullets newsletter here:

If you are organizing a Night to Unite party, we want you to know goodie bags will be available for pickup next week, starting Thursday, July 20 from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. If you haven't signed up your neighborhood for a Night to Unite party, you should! It's easy! Go to our online registration here and read all about how you can get a party started in your neighborhood :

Did you know Coon Rapids is a Heart Safe Community? What does that mean? Watch this story about Coon Rapids Police Officer Bryan Platz and his mission to make sure everyone is trained in hands-only CPR. Thanks Officer Platz for your efforts and the efforts of your volunteers and those in the community who have already been trained!

We have had a spot for these types of transactions in our front parking lot for a while but now we have a sign to designate the spot! We look forward to seeing you out there to make your meet-ups more safe for everyone.

Night to Unite is right around the corner! We are accepting registration forms through July 28th. See the link below for more information and to sign up online. Host bags will be available for pick up on July 20th for all who register. Join us in 'Building Strength Through Unity'.