Crystal Police Department

  • Agency: Crystal Police Department
  • Address: 4141 Douglas Dr. N., Crystal, 55422 MN
  • Chief: John Banick (Chief of Police)

Crystal Police Department is located at 4141 Douglas Dr. N., Crystal, 55422 MN. The Chief of Police of the department is John Banick. The Crystal Police Department phone number is 763-531-1014.

Crystal Police Department News

What would make this birthday boy happy? How about a visit from his favorite K9 Officer Rocco, Sgt. Kusick & Officer Robles! Happy 9th birthday, Cole!

Not in the mood to cook tonight? Join us tonight from 5-7pm at the Steak Fry at the Crystal VFW! Tickets are $11 at the door.

Officer Tourville and Detective Wilkes delivered Dinner at your Door to several Crystal residents today. 😀

Effective January 2nd, 2018 - NEW LOBBY HOURS

The Crystal Crime Prevention Board Presents a Steak Fry at the Crystal VFW on Wednesday, November 8th from 5-7pm. A ticket is required and be purchased at the Crystal VFW the day of at Charles Knaeble VFW Post 494, 5222 Bass Lake Rd, Crystal, MN 55429. We hope to see you there!

Todd from Standard Water Control is collecting new or gently used winter coats for the Justin Morneau's Winter Coat Drive to benefit the homeless and less fortunate throughout the Metro area. We placed a box in our police department lobby for anyone who would like to donate. Todd's goal is to collect 2,000 winter coats and jackets! These coats will be distributed in the Twin Cities area by the Salvation Army Harbor Light Center from now till Dec. 9th. You can drop the coats off in our lobby, at 5337 Lakeland Ave N in Crystal or you can call for pickup at 763-219-7134. Let's help Todd reach his goal! Spread the word. Thanks!

Happy Mo-vember! Love, Donut Cop 🍩 👮‍♂️

Last night was a slow night in regards to calls for service but a FUN night for our officers! Shout out to the local merchants who donated candy for the officers to pass out last night! THANK YOU! Now that Halloween is over, it is important that parents assist their children in checking over their candy. Feel free to drop any Reese's Peanut Butter Cups off at the PD and I will gladly check and taste test the candy!

Some may know of him as Rocco, but today he is THOR! 🔨 Thor wishes everyone a FUN & SAFE Halloween! 🎃

For the past 45 years, the 50th and Quail neighborhood has had a block party with a Halloween parade. Officer Saba, Sgt. Kurtz and Sgt. Harrer were lucky enough to be apart of it and lead the parade!

Here at Crystal Police Department, we are fortunate to have a full time Advocate from Cornerstone (a local nonprofit that provides a wide range of services). Our Advocate works primarily with those who have experienced domestic and sexual violence in the City of Crystal. Cornerstone’s Day One Services provides a 24/7 statewide Domestic Violence and Sexual Violence Crisis Line as well as a MN Crime Victim Support Line. Both lines are available by phone, text and live chat. Contact Information for Day One Services: Domestic and Sexual Violence Crisis Line #1-866-223-1111 & Text: #612-399-9995 Victim Support Line #1-866-385-2699 & Text #612-399-9977 Live chat (upper left corner) at Contact Information for Crystal’s Cornerstone Advocate: Cornerstone website: By email: or by phone #763-531-1098

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. One in four women will be the victim of domestic violence at some point in her lifetime, and, on average, three women are killed every day at the hands of a current or former intimate partner. These statistics are staggering, but there is help. If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, please call Cornerstone's Day One Crisis Line at 1-866-223-1111, text 612-399-9995 or chat at

Officer Horner made some new friends today! 🤗

Congratulations to the citizens from Robbinsdale, New Hope and Crystal who graduated from the 2017 Citizen’s Academy. For those interested in next year’s Citizen’s Academy, contact Sgt. Kusick at

It's never too early to share some holiday cheer! As you can see our DARE Officer Santa 🎅 is working hard and having some fun educating in the classroom! Kiddos seem to approve! ✔️

On October 7th from 12 pm-4 pm join us at the Crystal Outreach Office in the Crystal Shopping Center (227 Willow Bend) for an open house with our Crystal Police Reserve Officers. During the open house, there will be a Q & A with our reserve unit, a featured speaker: Jack Pettengill from Dynamic Defensive Arts and a squad car showing. Everyone is welcome! Please contact the Reserve Captain, Nathan Betters for more information at 612-208-8732.

A special thanks to the generous citizen who dropped off the delicious bags of caramel / cheddar corn for our officers. We caught this officer cheating on his diet. He has been counseled on sharing.

Thank you to all those that participated and supported another Run for Rocco event! Rocco says thank you, too! 🐶

STOP DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Join us Tuesday, October 10th at 7pm at the Crystal Shopping Center (227 Willow Bend) in the Neighborhood Outreach Office for a Domestic Violence Prevention Seminar. This is sponsored by the Crystal Crime Prevention Board and presented by a Cornerstone Advocate. See flyer for more details.

Today at 1:20 pm the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), will conduct a mandatory nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS). The EAS test is made available to radio, television, cable, and direct broadcast satellite systems, and is scheduled to last approximately one minute.

Come join us this Saturday, September 30th for our 3rd Annual Run for Rocco at Bassett Creek Park. Please note, the dog park will be closed the morning of the event. We hope to see you there! 🐕 Click link to register:

We've noticed an increase in phone scams. When in doubt, call the police department before sending ANY money. The most common type of call is the grandchild is in jail or you owe the IRS money and will be issued a warrant. These are ILLEGAL and a SCAM!

Have you ever wanted to know what it’s like to be a police officer? Are you between the ages of 14-20 years old? Would you like to go on a ride-along with an officer? We are just beginning our new year of the Crystal PD Explorers and are looking for those interested in exploring the career of law enforcement. Check out our short recruitment video for more details: For further information and an application please contact Investigator Julie Dorr at / (763) 531-1031.

Updated Media Release: 9/18/17

UPDATE/FYI: Please see the attached release from Deputy Chief Leslin.