Worthington Police Department

  • Agency: Worthington Police Department
  • Address: 1530 Airport Road, Suite 300, Worthington, 56187 MN
  • Chief: Mike Cumiskey (Chief of Police)
Phone: (507) 295-5400
Fax: (507) 372-5977

Worthington Police Department is located at 1530 Airport Road, Suite 300, Worthington, 56187 MN. The Chief of Police of the department is Mike Cumiskey. The Worthington Police Department phone number is (507) 295-5400.

Worthington Police Department News

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The Worthington Police Department awarded Officer Hillesheim, Officer Brouillet and Officer Honius with a life saving award recently. All three officers were critical and quick thinking during a recent medical emergency when an unresponsive patient was in cardiac arrest. Officers performed CPR and assisted the ambulance with life saving measures. Our officers are ordinary people facing extraordinary circumstances and acting with courage, honor and self-sacrifice.

If you recognize either person in this photo, please contact the Worthington Police Department at 507-295-5400.

This dog was found east of Worthington along I-90. If this is your dog, please contact the Worthington Police Department at 507-295-5400.

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Coffee with a Cop at The Stag....Starting Now!!!!! Come join us in downtown Worthington for free conversation...and free coffee. Thanks to all. We'll see you next time.

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City of Worthington Snow Emergency. Starts at 12am Tuesday morning 01/23/18. All cars must be off the street. Cars still parked after being ticketed could be towed at the owners expense.

Coffee with a Cop - The Stag on January 30th from 9:30am to 10:30am. Free coffee...free conversations. We can talk safety, community outreach or Vikings. See you there.

The Worthington Police Department is hiring qualified applicants for full time police officer position.

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Worthington Senior High School BPA is selling Popsockets as a Community Service Project to benefit the City of Worthington Animal Pound. See photo for more information.

Thank you everybody who came out to Coffee with a Cop today. We had great guests, but our favorites were the Kouba kids who made us thank you posters.

Remember Coffee with a Cop TODAY!!! 9am to 10am Serenity Gifts - 1132 Oxford Street.

This male has been identified. Thank you.

Can you help identify this male? If so, please call the Worthington Police Department at 507-295-5400.

Help the Worthington Police Department find and arrest local burglars. We have had an abnormal increase in burglary activity recently and attached are tips on reporting a crime or suspicious activity.

The Worthington Police Department would like to thank all the kids, parents and residents that took part in Halloween on Smith Avenue this year. Officers enjoyed posing for pictures and watching the kids enjoy a great night.

The Worthington Police Department would like to take time and brag about our canine program. Our handlers work tirelessly to provide canine services to Worthington residents. Our newest canine is a yellow lab named Winston. Winston and Officer Walker recently certified in narcotics detection and will be hitting the streets. Officer Riley (canine Mack) and Officer Roemeling (canine Frankee) are pictured showing off some of their trophies during a recent USPCA trial.

Join the WPD on Tuesday, October 31st at the intersection of Smith Ave and Clary St to receive a glow stick. Lets work together and make this the safest Halloween. We'll be there from 5pm to 8pm.

Attention Worthington residents and businesses: There is a public utilities scam going around that is mostly targeting businesses. They are calling and saying if you do not pay your bill within a certain time frame, they will shut off your electricity. They also give out a 1-800 number for you to call and "make your payment to". THIS IS A SCAM! If you receive any suspicious calls, please contact Worthington Public Utilities at 507-372-8680

Worthington police officers handed out reminders to WHS students of the dangers of texting and driving. Please make this a safe homecoming weekend. Trojan Pride!