Corcoran Police Department

  • Agency: Corcoran Police Department
  • Address: 8200 County Road 116, Corcoran, 55340 MN
  • Chief: Sean Gormley (Chief of Police)

Corcoran Police Department is located at 8200 County Road 116, Corcoran, 55340 MN. The Chief of Police of the department is Sean Gormley. The Corcoran Police Department phone number is 952-258-5321.

Corcoran Police Department News

Duluth Harbor! #CorcoranNTU2018

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Don't forget to send us your photos with the Corcoran PD can koozie! Enjoyed a beautiful day in Winona, MN! #CorcoranNTU2018

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We are looking for the owners of this very handsome guy! He was found in the area of County Rd. 117 and Tilton Trail between Corcoran and Rogers. Please call the Corcoran Police Department at 763-420-8966 if you know who his owners are. I'm sure this friendly little guy would like to go home and not stay in puppy jail!

Our fellow Lake Havasu Police! Looks like beautiful weather there!! Wish I were on the water in the sunshine! #CorcoranNTU2018

Here is the latest CPD press release.

Stop scrolling… remember that bear?! That is just one of many cool stories that we are part of! We are looking for new people to join our Police Reserve Program! Are you ready to be a Hero of Corcoran? Police reserves work side by side with our police officers. Reserves can go on ride-a-longs, train alongside the police, help the community, and get to be part of some cool stories! Reserves come from all types of backgrounds, ages, education, and experiences; we can make it work for you!

On Sunday morning 09/24/17 at 7:23 a.m. the Corcoran Police Department responded to a report of a possible hit bear near the intersection of Maple Hill Road and County Road 10. Upon arrival, the officer found a deceased 2-3 year-old male black bear weighing approximately 200 pounds that had been hit by a car sometime during night. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) was contacted and responded to the scene. Bear sightings are uncommon in Corcoran. If you see a bear on your property do not approach it. Bears will typically avoid people but sometimes come into contact with humans when trying to get into garbage cans or bird feeders. For more information on bears in Minnesota visit the Minnesota DNR’s website at or The bear’s hide will be used for educational purposes for the Police Department’s Firearms Safety Program.

Are you looking for something fun to do while giving back to your community? The Corcoran Reserve Program is looking for more Reserve Officers. Training provided. Check out the link below for more information!

Wow! Beautiful scenery! #CorcoranNTU2018

Today we laid to rest Officer Bill Mathews. It is beyond words the caring and support law enforcement has for each other and the community has for law enforcement. The outpouring of support is overwhelming and heart-warming. Our thoughts will continue to be with Officer Mathew's family and the Wayzata Police Department. #backingtheblue #neverforget

In Memory of those lost on 9-11-01. We will never forget!