Crosslake Police Department

  • Agency: Crosslake Police Department
  • Address: 37028 Co. Rd. #66, Crosslake, 56442 MN
  • Chief: Robert Hartman (Chief of Police)

Crosslake Police Department is located at 37028 Co. Rd. #66, Crosslake, 56442 MN. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert Hartman. The Crosslake Police Department phone number is (218) 692-2222.

Crosslake Police Department News

Remember! Turn your headlights on During snowy weather!

Hello! Remember vehicle lights ON when it's rainy! Have a safe Sunday

Today is the the big day! The 43rd Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade!!! Show up early and enjoy the festivities. The parade starts at 2:00 from Town Square and ends at C&C Boat Works. We will be closing the roads at 1:50 to ensure that all traffic is off the parade route. The roads will reopen when the parade is finished. Be patient. Be smart. If you've had too much to drink, find a sober ride or call the Crosslake Shuttle Safe Ride. Our officers will be stationed along the parade route if you should need any assistance. Have a great day!

Invasive Species Decon Station Late season hours: Friday 0900am to 0700pm Saturday 0900am to 0700pm Sunday 0900am to 0700pm

New addition to the fleet.

Thanks to the Crow Wing County Sheriff's Office and the Breezy Point Police Police Department for their assistance with traffic control before, during and after the parade. A special thanks to Deputy Davis for his assistance at the busiest intersection of the parade.

A beautiful spring day brought a record crowd of over 20,000 people to the 41st Annual Crosslake St. Patricks Day Parade. Check out Kelli Engstrom Photography for more photos of the parade.

Thanks Bobby for being a great part of our team and community! http://www.pineandlakes.com/news/3692486-crosslake-willard-honored-15-years-police-force

The Crosslake Police Department is accepting sealed bids for the following forfeited vehicles; A 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited. The vehicle has the 5.7 Hemi engine and has 140,000 miles. There is a minimum bid of $3,000.00 on this vehicle. A 1994 Honda CBR1000 Motorcycle. The cycle has 32,244 miles on it. There is a minimum bid of $350.00 on this motorcycle. A 1996 Buick Century. There is a minimum bid of $200.00 on this vehicle. A 1985 Ford Bronco II. There is a minimum bid of $200.00 on this vehicle. Bids must be submitted to the Crosslake City Clerk before 4:00 pm on August 13, 2014 in a sealed envelope with the vehicle model written on the envelope. Bids received after that time will not be considered. Bids will be opened at 4:15 pm that day. The vehicles are on display at the Crosslake/Crow Wing County Joint Maintenance Facility 13870 Co. Rd. #3 Crosslake, MN. Vehicles are sold "as is". The Crosslake Police Department reserves the right to refuse any bid. Click on the link to take you to the "Vehicles for Sale" page on the Police Department's web page: http://www.cityofcrosslake.org/index.asp?SEC=7532AA29-0CF1-46E5-9349-14F941AE7F5B&Type=B_BASIC

On June 3 the Crosslake Police Department went live with a new in-squad video camera system from WatchGuard Video. The cameras replace the seven year old camera system that were previously in the squads. The cameras were paid for by the generous donation of $26,000 from the Crosslake/Ideal Lions Club and monies used from alcohol and drug forfeitures. The new camera system features high definition video, wireless upload of videos, and continuous recording of 200 gigabytes of video. The new camera system will enhance officer and public safety and evidence collection. The cameras were professionally installed by Squad Pro, LLC in Pequot Lakes. As always Tim, Chris, and Andy did an excellent job.

The members of the Crosslake Police Department mourn the loss of a member of the Minnesota Law Enforcement Community. Our prayers go out to the family, colleagues, and friends of the Cold Spring Police Officer killed in the line of duty last night.

The Crosslake Police Department is accepting sealed bids for two forfeited vehicles. A 1997 Dodge Caravan and a 2000 Ford Windstar. Bids must be submitted to the Crosslake City Clerk before 4:00 pm on December 14, 2012 in a sealed envelope with the vehicle model written on envelope. Bids received after that time will not be considered. Bids will be opened at 4:15 pm that day. The Dodge Caravan...has 199,000 miles on it. The vehicle appears to run well but the rear wheels are locked up. There is a minimum bid of $250.00 on this vehicle. The Ford Windstar has 177,000 miles on it. The vehicle runs well but will need a new battery. There is a minimum bid of $350.00 on this vehicle. Vehicles are sold "as is" and the City reserves the right to refuse any bid. Photos can be seen of the vehicles in the albums section of Facebook page. The vehicles are on display at the Joint Maintenance Facility in the City of Crosslake.

2012 Crow Wing County Chiefs of Police Citizens Academy Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a police officer? Now is your opportunity to learn more about what a day in the life of local law enforcement is really like. This spring the Crow Wing County Chiefs of Police Association will be offering a Citizen’s Police Academy program for persons interested in learning more about what goes into the law enforcement profession. The 2012 Academy will run 8 weeks with meetings every Thursday evening starting at 6:30 p.m. and ending around 9:30 p.m. The first class will be on April 5th, 2012 at the Brainerd Police Department. Each week the participants will learn about different aspects of the police profession. Lessons will be taught by local officers. These instructors will take the participants through different topics with instruction and hands-on class participation. If you are interested in being part of this academy contact Officer Kathy Ailts or Officer Trent Westerlund of the Baxter Police Department at 218-454-5090. Class size will be limited to 15 participants so call soon to reserve your spot.

RIP Officer Schneider of the Lake City Police Dept. You are truly a hero. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Schneider family, the Lake City Police Department and the citizens of Lake City.

The Crosslake Police Department's thoughts and prayers go out to Chris Dewey, his wife, family and friends, and the members of the Mahnomen County Sheriff's Department. His fight, against all odds, has been heroic and inspirational. Thank you to the Minneapolis Police Department's Bomb Squad for fulfilling the wish of Deputy Dewey.