Osseo Police Department

  • Agency: Osseo Police Department
  • Address: 415 Central Ave, Osseo, 55369 MN
  • Chief: Tom Hartkopf (Chief of Police)

Osseo Police Department is located at 415 Central Ave, Osseo, 55369 MN. The Chief of Police of the department is Tom Hartkopf. The Osseo Police Department phone number is 763-424-5444.

Osseo Police Department News

It's officially that time of year! Our annual Toys for Tots campaign starts Monday November 13th and ends Friday December 15th! If you want to help make this Christmas special for infants, children and teens who wouldn't normally have a Christmas, then bring a NEW & UNWRAPPED toy to any of the listed drop-off sites in Osseo. Deans Supermarket Dick's Bar Duffy's Bar Olympia Cafe Osseo Police Department State Farm Insurance Sue's Country Cottage If you wish to donate money, please drop off the donation to the Osseo Police Department only. We appreciate your support and look forward to another great Toys for Tots season!

Happy Halloween Osseo!! We hope everyone has a great time tonight! We just wanted to suggest the following safety tips from the American Safety Council, to help you SCARE SAFE tonight. Happy Halloween from the Osseo Police Department

Another great turn out for the Osseo Lions Halloween Event. We hope everyone enjoyed themselves and got some good treats!

If you have expired, old, or never used prescription medications and don't know what to do with them, bring them up to the Osseo Police Department on Saturday, 10/28/2017 from 10am-2pm, for National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. All you have to do it drop them off and we will bring them to be destroyed. By doing this, you help to keep those medications out of the hands of bad guys, our youth and our lakes/rivers. If you have questions or comments about this, you can contact Officer Mortinson at 763-269-2470 or tmortinson@ci.osseo.mn.us.

We have a suspect in custody and we have several items that we know is stolen. We need to have your help to identify the items so we can charge this person with the crimes they have done. We have a hose reel with hose, deep cycle marine battery, three tackle boxes, two filet knives, circular saw, wrist rocket and a U of M backpack. If any of these items belong to you please call the Osseo Police Department at 763-424-5444 or Hennepin County Dispatch at 952-258-5321. We need you to take the time and check your things.

Hello residents of Osseo and Northern Maple Grove. We have had some thefts in the area and we are looking for owners of some property. Please check your yards and boats for property that may have been taken. Please call 911 to report the thefts if you find something missing.

Osseo Lions Roar is just 2 days away! Be sure to come and visit us at our annual Public Safety Booth between 10:00a.m. and 2:00p.m., on Saturday 9/9/2017. We will again be printing child ID cards, giving free fingerprinting for children, some swag for the kids, as well as a bean bag toss board, and MUCH MORE! The booth will be located in front of Osseo City Hall, 415 Central Ave., just outside the Community Center patio/doors. We hope to see you there! 👮‍♂️🎉

If you have any old/expired child safety seat laying around your garage or attic and don't know what to do with it? Then consider recycling it. Between September 18th to September 22nd, you can bring your old/expired/damaged/recalled child safety seat to any of the listed drop off sites on the attached photo, where the seats will be dismantled and the materials will be recycled. This benefits in two ways. The seats are dismantled by a non-profit organization called Employees of Advance Opportunites, who assist adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities acquire and retain employment. And the seats are taken out of circulation, out landfills and prevents an old/expired/damaged/recalled seat from being used by someone else. There is a $5 voluntary contribution requested to help with the cost of transportation to Marshall, MN.

Our hearts and prayers go out to the Jacksonville and Kissimmee, FL PDs and to Pennsylvania State Police and their families. 6 officers were shot and 1 killed overnight. Please keep them in your your thoughts and prayers as well.

Lost Dog. If you have see this lost dog, which is possibly roaming the City of Osseo, please call the number on the flyer/photo attached to this post.

We had an awesome time yesterday at all of the parties during Night to Unite and want to thank everyone for inviting us! Special thank you to Osseo Fire and Osseo City Council members for joining us in the festivities. Here are a few pictures from some of the parties we attended.

Keep wearing those helmets! 🚵‍♂️+👮‍♂️=🍦

Don't forget that Night to Unite is next Tuesday, August 1st. If you haven't registered your party, there is still time! See you August 1st!

Hanging more paper!

Check out how Osseo PD will be changing the way we patrol the city, as well as some information on a Night to Unite.

Here is a little information about the 2017 Lions Roar. We hope to see you all out there and don't forget to stop by our department's booth in front of Osseo City Hall!

On July 20 at 1000 hours, a class from Tender Care came to the police station for a tour. Officer Kintzi gave a tour of the police stations to 15 children who were between the ages of 3-5 years old. When Officer Kintzi asked what was their favorite thing about the tour...of course it was the Police Car! At the conclusion of the tour, the children were all given a goody bag.

Don't forget that Tuesday, August 1st is Night to Unite here is Osseo! If you would like to host a party, fill out a registration form at www.discoverosseo.com or pick one up at City Hall/Police Department and return it to Officer Mortinson by Tuesday, July 25th! We look forward to seeing you on August 1st!

Last month, the full-time officers attended the IPMBA (International Police Mountain Biking Association) class for conducting bike patrols, at the Brooklyn Park Police Department. The officers learned a variety of skills that they will put to use while on bike patrol and other special events in Osseo. In the photo, our officers and other classmates took a break in the park across from the US Bank Stadium during an evening/night ride in downtown Minneapolis.

So we are a little late to this Twitter thing, but better late than never!. Follow us on Twitter @OsseoPD

Earlier today the Osseo Police Department came into possession of a Stillwater Roadmaster bicycle, that may be from somewhere on the east side of the City. If you or someone you know are missing a bicycle, please call the Osseo Police Department or 911, so we can reunite the bicycle with its owner. In order to claim the bicycle, you will need to provide a description of the bicycle along with any attachments, markings, etc.

Watch out, children of Osseo. The Osseo police officers are on the lookout for kids on bikes…and they have tickets. On May 31st, Avery Bergman was “caught” wearing her helmet while out biking with mom. She received a coupon redeemable for a free ice cream cone at Dairy Queen. The Osseo Police Department will be handing out coupons to kids caught wearing their helmets while on bikes, scooters, skateboard, and in-line skates, obeying traffic laws and riding in safe locations. So be like Avery and "get caught"!

Just a few more photos we want to share from our trip.

Here are a few more photos from Monday, May 15th, where we attended the National Law Enforcment Memorial service, which was held on the front lawn of the U.S. Capital. The families of fallen officers were in attendance and several dignitaries spoke at this event, as did Vice President Pence and President Trump. Again, it was an emotional and powerful event and we were honored to be in attendance.

Here a few photos, but not all, of our first day in Washington DC. The first few are from the law enforcement memorial and the last few are from the candlelight vigil that was held tonight, May 13th. A very emotional day for all in attendance.