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

Over the weekend, several law enforcement and sheriff departments gathered to raise money for the family of Officer Bill Mathews, who was tragically killed in the line of duty in 2017. Our very own Sergeant Jeremiah Simonson spear-headed the event along with many other volunteers to help honor and fundraise for the Mathews family. Foir more details on future events, check out the " Ballin in DC Annual Charity Basketball Tournament" facebook page.

Now that Spring is FINALLY here, more children will be out and about enjoying the weather. Please drive slowly and do not drive distracted as each one of our children are worth your attention.

Is the following statement True or False about the Criminal Justice System in America. A criminal charge remains on your record even if you are found not guilty? The correct answer will be posted tomorrow 4/19/2018.

See you in 20 minutes at Caribou!

--Amber Alerts-- Since 2002, only 33 Amber Alerts have been issued. Here are a couple questions that are often asked about the Amber Alert System. What is an Amber Alert? An Amber Alert is broadcasted to the public detailing the descriptions and other vital information within the first couple crucial hours after a child abduction. How does an Amber Alert work? The Amber Alert requires law enforcement to meet the following two criterion when evaluating non-familial child abductions. 1)The AMBER Plan should be activated when a child 17 years of age or younger is abducted and there is reason to believe the victim is in imminent danger of serious bodily injury or death. AND, 2)There is information available to disseminate to the public which could assist with the safe recovery of the victim and/or the apprehension of the suspect. How can I get notified if an Amber Alert is issued at no cost? Sign up for Amber Alerts at For more information, you can go to:

Last Friday, Alliance Education Center held a Pot Luck Lunch thanking all Law Enforcement Personnel. The food was amazing!! Thank you for inviting us!

The City of Rosemount's Public Works employees are working hard this weekend to clear snow from the roads. Help out the plow drivers by not parking on the street!

A little over week left until the Ballin in DC Annual Charity Basketball Tournament starts!! Tune in below to see what agencies will be participating in the event and when their first game is Saturday Morning! Date: Saturday 4/21/2018 Location: Burnsville High School Time: 8:00 am introductions, 8:30 am tip off! Hope to see you there!

Did you hear all of the sirens last night? Not only did we have scheduled weather related sirens, there were also several ambulance, police and fire department sirens as well. We responded to 2 injury accidents(one resulted in a DWI), a house fire and medical calls. Additionally, we responded to 13 non-emergency calls last night as well.

Check out this Junior Rosemount Police Officer, Johnny Adusei!! He dressed up as a police officer at First Baptist Elementary School in Rosemount. Thanks for sharing this amazing photo!! We look forward to being your patrol partner one day!!!!

Last Tuesday, our Citizen Academy participants were able to watch a demonstration where one of our Community Service Officers were voluntarily shot with a Taser. A Second Video will be uploaded as well with a different view.

Last Tuesday, our Citizen Academy participants were able to watch a demonstration where one of our Community Service Officers were voluntarily shot with a Taser. A Second Video will be uploaded as well with a different view.

Did you know it was Severe Weather Awareness Week? What do you do in case of a tornado? What do you do in case of a flood? Severe weather can happen with or without warning. Check out the links below to see what you should do if you are caught in a flood or a tornado.

Please see the attached Media Release from Sheriff Leslie regarding the 8th Annual Basketball Tournament Benefitting Fallen Officers.

Thank-you to all of our Dakota County Dispatchers!! You are our lifeline and we appreciate all that you do!! Happy National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week!!

Dakota County Rx Program

A big thanks goes out to the RAHA (Rosemount Area Hockey Association) for donating $250.00 to the Guns Vs. Hoses event!! Also, thanks for the Caribou Coffee that was dropped off!!!! If you are interested in donating next year for the Guns vs. Hoses event, please contact Officer Danielle at . She will save your information and contact you next year. Thanks again RAHA!

This event was SOOO much fun! We cannot wait to do it again next year!!

Yesterday was a blatant reminder to not only slow down when it snows, but to also be cognizant of your surroundings. Fortunately, no fatalities resulted in this incident. Here are a couple safety tips for motorists while school buses are present: 1) Motorists must stop at least 20 feet from a school bus that is displaying red flashing lights and/or its stop arm is extended when approaching from the rear and from the opposite direction on undivided roads. 2) Red flashing lights on buses indicates students are either entering or exiting the bus. 3) Motorists are not required to stop for a bus if the bus is on the opposite side of a separated roadway (median, etc.) — but they should remain alert for children. For more information, go to:

The Rosemount Fire Department and Rosemount Police Department faced off last weekend in our first EVER Guns vs. Hoses!! The final score was 14-8, with the Police Department pulling away with the W. It was an amazing event which took a lot of hard work and dedication from each Rosemount Department, RAHA, RHS Boys Hockey, The American Cancer Society and several other volunteers! Thank-you to everyone who donated and made this event a success. Over $1,500 was collected and donated to the American Cancer Society. We are looking forward to doing this event in the future! Our goal is possibly January of 2019! Until then, one of the top questions for both departments during the background process will be, "Do you play hockey?" :-) !!! (Just kidding)!!

Don't forget to come out and cheer on the RPD Vs. RFD at the Rosemount Community Center tomorrow at 6:00pm!!

Officers responded to over 794 calls for service during the last month.During the first three months of 2018, we have handled over 4185 calls for service. In comparing the calls for service in 2017 to the calls for service in 2018, we have responded to 136 more calls for service in 2018. Types of Calls Officers responded to: 263 911 Hang ups 243 Medicals 183 Suspicious Activities 153 Motorists Assist 106 Alarms 115 Accidents 94 Public / Civil Assists 4 Burglary 66 Welfare Checks 48 Assist Other Jurisdictions 44 Disturbance/Disorderly 40 Thefts 40 Domestic Assaults 37 Fraud 37 Crisis Mental Health 33 Warrant Arrests 20 Harassment 16 Assaults 15 Missing Persons/Runaway 13 Drug Activity 11 Vandalism 10 Threats/Stalking 9 Child Protection 9 Criminal Sexual Conduct 75 Road and Driving Complaints 2 Weapons

Last weekend, officers from around Dakota County participated in a High Visibility Impaired Driving Saturation in the City of South Saint Paul. - 10 Officers worked the event - 98 Traffic stops - 4 Subjects taken to jail - 1 DWI arrest(s) - 1 Warrant arrest(s) - 4 DAR-DAS-DAC (Driving Status Violations) - 17 Citations given 56 hours were logged and the officers drove 790 miles on the roadways. Good work to all officers involved in keep our community safe!!

Overnight, Officers responded to a neighborhood located in the East part of town for a report of suspicious activity. Due to the instant and vigilant report by a neighbor, Officers were able to apprehend the suspicious parties a short distance from the residence, who were later charged with burglary. Thanks to the fast acting neighbors for contacting the Rosemount Police Department and allowing us time to respond to the area and apprehend the suspects within a short period of time. As always, do not be afraid to call 911 when you believe suspicious activity is occurring.