Mille Lacs Band Police Department

  • Agency: Mille Lacs Band Police Department
  • Address: 43408 Oodena Dr., Onamia, 56359 MN
  • Chief: Dwight D Reed (Chief of Police)
Phone: 320-532-3430
Fax: 320-532-4190

Mille Lacs Band Police Department is located at 43408 Oodena Dr., Onamia, 56359 MN. The Chief of Police of the department is Dwight D Reed. The Mille Lacs Band Police Department phone number is 320-532-3430.

Mille Lacs Band Police Department News

The Mille Lacs Tribal Police Department would like to wish a safe and Happy Halloween to everyone. We will be handing out goodies at the office in District 1 from 2PM until 6PM. Stop by and say HI!

With Halloween coming up, the Mille Lacs Band Tribal Police wanted to release some safety tips for trick or treaters. 1. Walk on the sidewalks and not in the street unless there is no sidewalk available. If you are walking on the street, make sure you are facing traffic. 2. Look both ways before crossing roadways. 3. Plan the trick or treat route and make sure adults know where children are going. 4. Have a parent or responsible adult accompany small children as they make their way around the neighborhoods. If older children are going out alone, agree on a specific time when they should return home. 5. Make sure trick-or-treaters can be seen. Put reflective tape on their costume, bags, or give them a flashlight to carry. 6. Only visit a home if the porchlight is on. 7. Accept treats at the door, do not go inside. 8. Make sure children know their home phone number and what to do in case of an emergency or they become lost. 9. Use flame-resistant costumes. 10. Use face paint instead of masks so that their eyes aren’t covered. 11. Be careful around animals you are not familiar with. 12. Make sure all candy is checked before consumption. Throw away loose candy and open packages. If you are welcoming trick or treaters to your house, clean off your sidewalks and steps so they don’t trip over anything. Make sure the area is well lit so the trick or treaters know where they are going. As always, notify Law Enforcement immediately if you see any suspicious or unlawful activities.

Team Minnesota met with Senator Al Franken today to discuss the capstone project they are working on through Georgetown University.

Here's the segment on Governor Dayton and the situation in Mille Lacs County.

Watch Channel 45 at 9:00 p.m. or Channel 5 at 10:00 p.m. for a KSTP story about Govenror Dayton's ultimatum to Mille Lacs County regarding our law enforcement agreement.

The Mille Lacs Band Tribal Police would like to inform the community about our anonymous drug tip line. The number you can call is (320) 630-2458. This number is not monitored 24/7. Feel free to leave voicemails and/or text messages. If you would like a call back, be sure to leave your name and number. This line is not an emergency number. In case of emergency, dial 911. “Steve’s Law” also known as the Good Samaritan Law provides immunity to those who call 911 in good faith to save a life. GOOD SAMARITAN LAW:

The Mille Lacs Tribal Police would like to congratulate Officer Adam Cook on his five years of service. Officer Cook started with the department in July of 2012. He is one of our K9 Handlers and a Team Leader on the Emergency Response Team. Thank you Officer Cook for your dedication to the department and the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe community!

On July 19, Tribal Police officers along with Tribal Conservation Officers attended the District 1 Community Picnic. Officers visited with members of the community, handed out stickers/suckers/tattoos, and assisted in serving the meal.

Tribal Police Officer Kintop along with K9 Karma assisted the Brainerd K9 and Baxter K9 on a narcotic search of schools on May 10th. The schools included Crosby High School, Baxter Forestview Middle School, Brainerd High School, and Brainerd High School South Campus. These collaborations are beneficial to the departments and the community.

April 29, 2017 is National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. The purpose of this event is to provide a "safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications." There are a number of reasons why it is important to discard your prescription medications such as prevention of misuse/abuse of medications, flushing of medications down the toilet has a profound effect on the environment by polluting drinking water, and disposing of unwanted/unused medications in the trash isn't a good idea either. It's time to clean out those medicine cabinets, junk drawers, and other places where your unused, expired, or unwanted medications sit in your home. There is a drop off site located in the entry way to Tribal Police. If you are not located in District 1, you can go to this website to find a location near you:

The Tribal Police Animal Surrender Clinic will be held in District I on April 29 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the District 1 Community Center and at the District II Community Center on April 30 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Clinics in Districts IIA and III will be held in future months. If you have any questions, please contact Community Service Officer Spencer Stack at 320-532-3430.

Consider attending this conference May 16 to learn more about the problem of opiates in our communities.

The Animal Surrender Clinic scheduled in District 1 on April 15th will be postponed until further notice. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have any questions, please contact Community Service Officer Stack.

The Mille Lacs Tribal Police would like to say thank you to our dispatchers for all their hard work and keeping our officers safe out on the road! Your dedication to our department and officers does not go unnoticed. Thank you for all you do!

DANGEROUS DRUGS The Mille Lacs Band Tribal Police wants to warn the public of a dangerous drug. Please read the attached post from East Grand Forks Police Department. There is a prescription drop box available in the entry way of the Tribal Police Department. If you don't get the pills from your doctor, you shouldn't take them. Counterfeit pills are becoming more common now and they contain other substances, including fentanyl.

Here's an article published in the Mille Lacs Messenger about Investigator Michael Dieter and his service with the MLTPD!

Officer Burton took some time during his shift to stop and play some basketball with the Niigaan youth in District 2A and hand out some stickers. The youth enjoyed their time with Officer Burton and look forward to more visits from Tribal Officers. #CommunityPolicing

Today we celebrate 10 years of service for Sergeant Naumann who started with Tribal Police February 19, 2007. Naumann has worked as a patrol officer, investigator, and most recently was promoted to his current position of Sergeant. Sgt. Naumann has proven his dedication to the community time and time again! Thank you for all you do and congratulations on your 10 years of service.

We would like to congratulate Investigator Dieter on 10 years of service with the Mille Lacs Tribal Police Department. Investigator Dieter joined the department in 2007. Dieter has been a tremendous asset to our force over the years. Thank you for your dedication to our community!

We would like to congratulate Officer Jeff Schafer for his 15 years of service to the Mille Lacs Band Tribal Police Department today! Officer Schafer joined Tribal Police in 2002 and has been a huge asset to the department! Thank you for your dedication to the community!