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

More Police Week gifts. The Worthington Police Department would like to thank Toni and Owen Brouillet for the gift and special note. Also, Nena's Cakes provided cup cakes for officers and support staff. Thank you for the love and support.

Thank you to the residents at The Meadows for your Police Week gift. We appreciate it.

Thanks Parker Riley for making cookies. Great way to start Police Week 2018. We appreciate your gift.

No travel advised. Click on the link for more information through MN DOT. https://hb.511mn.org/#roadReports?timeFrame=TODAY&layers=allReports%2CroadReports%2CwinterDriving%2CweatherWarnings%2Cflooding%2CotherStates

SNOW EMERGENCY has expired. 04/16/18 City of Worthington, MN A SNOW EMERGENCY HAS BEEN DECLARED FOR THE CITY OF WORTHINGTON Commencing on Sat. April 14th at 4AM City of Worthington streets must be cleared, of vehicles, until this Snow Emergency is no longer in effect

Worthington police officers handed out reminders to students at WHS that cell phone use is not only illegal, but deadly. Teen drivers are over represented for crashes that result in injuries or fatalities. Distracted driving enforcement wave continues until April 22nd.

Protect and Serve Day at Prairie Elementary 2018.

On March 15, 2018 a property damage incident was reported at the Marthaler Chevy parking lot, 1627 Oxford Street, Worthington. Sometime between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. a vehicle parked at that location received significant paint damage from a substance thrown on the vehicle. Anyone having information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) involved with this crime is asked to contact Crime Stoppers of Minnesota, 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) online at www.CrimeStoppersMN.org. If the tip leads to a felony arrest the tipster may qualify to receive a reward of up $1,000 and Remain anonymous. An additional reward amount is also being offered that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for this crime.

One “LOL” or “SMH” could change your life forever. You could end up in jail, injured or dead. Remember: If you’re texting, you’re not driving. Distracted driving is a leading factor in crashes in Minnesota. Pay attention, put down the phone, put away the distractions and just drive. If you’re riding with a distracted driver, stay safe and speak up so they focus on the road. Extra distracted driving enforcement statewide is April 9-22.

#NationalPuppyDay Today we celebrate our furry four legged friends and their handlers on #nationalpuppyday. Officer Roemeling (Canine Frank'ee), Officer Walker (Canine Winston) and Officer Riley (Canine Mack).

http://www.dglobe.com/news/crime-and-courts/4418772-two-county-high-speed-pursuit-nets-two-arrests-near-luverne. Great police work in action.


Reminder...little time remaining for FREE car seat checks at the Worthington Fire Hall.

http://www.dglobe.com/news/crime-and-courts/4415035-three-area-officers-earn-statewide-recognition-dui-arrests-2017 Great work local officers for taking impaired drivers off the road.

https://www.dglobe.com/news/crime-and-courts/4413641-wpd-traffic-stop-nets-22-pound-pot-discovery-one-arrest. Great work Officer Walker and Canine Winston.

FREE Car Seat Check on March 10th at the Worthington Fire Hall. Times are 1pm to 4pm.


Thank you to all who attended Coffee with a Cop at District 518 Community Education. The coffee and conversation flowed well and we appreciated your questions and concerns.

Coffee with a Cop February 28th at Community Ed / District 518 ALC Building. From 9am to 10am please stop by for a cup of coffee and conversation. See you there.

City of Worthington Snow Emergency goes into effect at 11pm February 24th, 2018. All cars/trailers must be off the street or be ticketed and towed.

Download the Buffalo Ridge Drug Task Force app today and text anonymous tips to police.

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.