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

A little Throw back on a Thursday!

Please take a look at Ramsey Police Department's post. They are looking for the owners of recovered property.

Coon Rapids Blvd NW is now back open. Thanks for your patience!

Crash on Coon Rapids Blvd at 111th Ave NW. Coon Rapids Blvd is closed. Please use Crooked Lake Blvd to 113th Ave or Mississippi Blvd from Hanson Blvd to Coon Rapids Blvd. We will advise when it is open again.

We say thank you to the wonderful treats dropped off for us!

Last night at the Coon Rapids City Council meeting our two newest officers, Officer Jerde and Office Burns were sworn in by the mayor and received their permanent badges. Well done!

Great tips for after the holidays PLUS read about a new sign installed at the pedestrian crossing on Round Lake Blvd. in the December Police Bullets newsletter.

Our department is now accepting applications for Community Outreach Specialist. Some of the tasks in this job involve: facilitating positive police/community relations; implementing and maintaining community-based crime prevention efforts; implementing, maintaining and monitoring online/social media crime prevention efforts; supporting community-wide outreach and engagement; analyzing crime trends and disseminating data for strategic and tactical use. If this sounds like a position for you or someone you know, read the full job description and apply online here: Position closes 12-29-17.

There have been rumors in the community and on the internet of people knocking on doors and asking to check your “taps" or water. In Bloomington specifically, the people are claiming to be City officials warning of unsafe water. The claims are false. With this happening in another city and our department hearing of similar rumors, we want to remind people to not fall for scams and check for credentials before letting anyone in their home. ALL city workers have ID cards with their name and department on them. If someone does not have proper credentials, they seem to be not "right" or for any other reason, call 9-1-1 and ask for an officer to come out to verify who they are. Have a great day!

Winter will arrive...eventually! Get prepared now. Read the November Police Bullets Newsletter for great tips!

Wednesday 11/23 starts extra DUI enforcement. Please plan for a safe and sober ride home. It would not be a fun and festive way to start the holiday season with a DUI or worse yet involved in a crash where someone is hurt or killed. Let's make it the safest holiday yet!

Today is the last day to apply for our Community Service Officer position. Come work for our great department and help the community!

On 11/9/2017, CRPD made a traffic stop. Inside the vehicle, the officer found a mom and dad with 5 small children. They told the officer they were homeless and were planning to sleep in their car. Temperatures that night were going to be around 10 degrees above zero. The officer was afraid that the family, especially the children, might freeze if they slept in the car overnight. The officer attempted to find emergency shelter for the family through our normal channels, but had no luck securing it. The officer then helped transport the family to a local motel where the officer paid for the room out of their own pocket. The officer doesn't want to be named nor receive any recognition, but we, at the department, want to share this story publicly because these kinds of stories aren't always told, but this work happens each and every day in our great nation.

Now Hiring: Part-time Community Service Officer. Apply online:

Please remember this evening while you are out to be cautious driving. With all of the little ghosts and goblins (or Paw Patrol characters!) that will be out going door to door for trick or treats, we want to make sure everyone has fun tonight. For all of the adults out there, please arrange a sober ride, whether friends, Uber, Lyft or a taxi, or other arrangements to have a safe Halloween.

Reminder: This is today.

This Saturday: An opportunity to safely dispose of unused prescription medications. No needles will be accepted. For more details:

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.