Rosemount Police Department

  • Agency: Rosemount Police Department
  • Address: 2875 145th Street West, Rosemount,, 55068 MN
  • Chief: Gary Kalstabakken (Chief of Police)
Phone: (651) 423-4491
Fax: (651) 423-4485

Rosemount Police Department is located at 2875 145th Street West, Rosemount,, 55068 MN. The Chief of Police of the department is Gary Kalstabakken. The Rosemount Police Department phone number is (651) 423-4491.

Rosemount Police Department News

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Coffee with a Cop is TODAY at 9am at Caribou Coffee! See you there!!

We had such a great time at the Rosemount Fire Department open house yesterday!!! The RFD showed attendees how much work it entails when an emergency accident occurs. From contacting 911 and speaking with dispatchers at Dakota County Communications Center, to dispatching police, fire and Health East ambulance to extricating the victim from the vehicle to then placing the victim into the Life Link helicopter. WOW! That is a lot of hard work involving several different agencies! Thank you to the Rosemount Fire Department for your service and thank-you to the Rosemount citizens for supporting emergency services!

Be sure to come to the Rosemount Fire Department open house today!! Officer Danielle will be there to say hello!!! Location: Fire Station No. 1, 14700 Shannon Parkway, Rosemount MN 55068 Time: 11:00am-2:00pm

The Department of Public Safety released more of the press conference on the scary incident that occurred when a vehicle ignored a school bus stop arm ejected nearly hitting Miana, a child from Rosemount, Minnesota. You will hear from Miana's parents, School Bus Driver Kathy Eiden, Community Resource Officer Danielle Waage and Lieutenant Brain Reu with the Minnesota State Patrol. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6E7gdmXm54c#action=share

A FREE two-part series on addiction and chemical use/abuse is coming to Eastview High School. EVENT #1: Wednesday, October 25th , Eastview High School Performing Arts Center Top Secret Project: Decoding the Mysteries of the Teen Domain A TRAVELING EXHIBIT & PROGRAM FOR PARENTS The Top Secret Project is a unique traveling exhibit designed to help parents recognize unfamiliar hazards that are often in plain sight. Using a simulated teenager’s bedroom, the interactive exhibit includes hundreds of items that when seen through an educated lens, could be a signal that there’s a problem. The exhibit is interactive and accompanied by a presentation and a discussion with presenters from Hazelden and Dakota County. 6:00pm – 6:30pm Resource Fair and Bedroom Exhibit 6:30pm – 8:00pm Presentation/Discussion 8:00pm – 8:30pm Informal Time/Q & A All are welcome to attend this free event to learn more about potential hidden hazards in a teen’s domain…NOTE: THIS EVENT IS TARGETED TO ADULTS ONLY EVENT #2: Thursday, November 16th, Eastview High School Performing Arts Center Know the Truth Dakota County Community Forum A FORUM FOR COMMUNITY LEADERS, PARENTS AND OTHER CONCERNED ADULTS Join us for a panel event that will include: Dakota County Drug Task Force, Apple Valley Police Department, EVHS School Resource Officer Brian Plantz, EVHS Assistant Principal Jodi Hanson, and Know the Truth Prevention Specialist. Learn more about how chemical use/abuse impacts our community and our kids. Parent perspective and personal stories will be included, with parents and recovering young adults sharing their real life experiences with addiction. 6:00pm – 6:30pm Resource Fair and free Community Dinner (hosted by Burger Jones) 6:30pm – 7:30pm Panel Presentation 7:30pm – 8:00pm Discussion and Q & A This event is FREE and registration is NOT required!!

By now, most of you are aware of the Pink Patch Project and how the Rosemount Police Department has taken on pink police patches, pink license plates along with the pink ribbons placed on our squad vehicles. We are so grateful to everyone who has donated to the American Cancer Society thus far! The most amazing part is that we had to REORDER more RPD pink patches because they have been so popular!! How wonderful is that? We currently have bracelets, pins and patches for purchase! Below is a video of Sergeant Simonson speaking about integrating the Pink Patch Project at the Rosemount Police Department.

The driver was located, charged and found guilty of Failing to Stop for School Bus Stop Arm.

The incident below occurred in January of 2017 in Rosemount, Minnesota. Do not drive distracted. Be cautious. Stop for school bus stop arms.

Sgt. Jeremiah Simonson and Reserve Officer Angelique Homan represented the Rosemount Police Department at the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer today at US Bank Stadium. They got to meet lots of cancers survivors and supporters. Thanks to everyone that participated and purchased a Pink Patch!

Somewhere in a galaxy far, far, away....... The "Making Strides For Breast Cancer 5K" at US Bank Stadium is taking place and RPD is there!!!

Check out the Pink Patch Project in the Rosemount Town Pages!!

On Tuesday night, Citizen Academy participants learned about traffic stops, high risk traffic stops, building searches and laser shot! We had so much fun!! If you would like to join Citizens Academy 2018, continue to watch the RPD Facebook page for details!

Thanks to the patrons at Fireside for joining the Rosemount Police Department in the fight against cancer by purchasing some patches!

A few officers and Records staff kicking off October during the Pink Patch Project!

Two of our first Pink Patch Project customers at Celts! Thanks for the support gentlemen!

Overnight, a gunmen opened fire on a crowd of concert goers in Las Vegas, Nevada. According to initial reports, over 50 people are reported deceased and over 400 people are injured. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of the victims, the first responders and their families during this horrific time.

Since 2000, the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) has received complaints crossing the spectrum of cyber crime matters, including online fraud, online extortion, international money laundering and identity theft. The mission of the Internet Crime Complaint Center is to provide the public with a reliable and convenient reporting mechanism to submit information to the Federal Bureau of Investigation concerning suspected Internet-facilitated criminal activity and to develop effective alliances with law enforcement and industry partners. If you or you know someone who has fallen victim of these types of crimes, a complaint can be filled out below. https://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx

Coffee with a Cop is a community outreach program that focuses on relationships between law enforcement and the citizens. We hope to see you next week at Starbucks at 9am!

Attention citizens of Rosemount!!! There has been a rash of vehicle break in's!! While extra patrols are in full force, please make sure your vehicle is locked and valuables are not left in your vehicle!!

**Pink Patch Project Reminder** The Rosemount Police Department has partnered with the American Cancer Society and will be accepting donations for cancer research throughout the month of October. Donations will be accepted during regular business hours at the Rosemount Police Department located at 2875 145th Street West, Rosemount, MN 55068. The Pink Patches will also be available for sale to the public as a collectible for $10.00; and pink cancer awareness bracelets will also be available for $2.00 beginning Monday, October 2nd. You may purchase the Pink Patches between normal business hours, Monday-Friday, 7:30am-4:30pm. If you would like to buy a patch through the mail, please send your payment and a self addressed stamped envelope with EXACT postage ( to be determined by buyer prior to sending) to: Rosemount Police Department 2875 145th St W Rosemount MN 55068 Make checks payable to the American Cancer Society. **The Pink Patches as sold to the public will hold no police authority and are meant to be used as a collectible item only** The Rosemount Police Department has the discretion to limit the number of patches purchased.

This afternoon, the Rosemount Police Department along with the Rosemount Fire Department responded to a house fire. The cause of the fire is undetermined at this time. Thankfully, no one was home at the time of the fire.

Check out this video from our recent Citizens Academy class!