North St Paul Police Department

  • Agency: North St Paul Police Department
  • Address: 2400 Margaret St N, North St Paul, 55109 MN
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 651.747.2511
Fax: 651-747-2500

North St Paul Police Department is located at 2400 Margaret St N, North St Paul, 55109 MN. The North St Paul Police Department phone number is 651.747.2511.

North St Paul Police Department News

With the winter weather fast approaching (or here already) please remember to drive slowly through school zones. Also please leave yourself plenty of distance to stop in time for school patrol crossings.

Snow is here so please beware. NSP Winter Parking Regulations start November 1st through March 31st. No parking on City streets or alley between the hours of 1:00 AM and 7:00 AM. Officers will be placing warnings on vehicles the first few days. If it snows more then two inches vehicles will need to be moved from the street. If vehicles are not moved they are subject to being cited and towed.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family, friends and Officers with the Wayzata PD for the loss of their officer.

Remembering Officer Richard Crittenden Sr. September 7, 2017 marks the 8th anniversary of the tragic line of duty death of North St. Paul Police Officer Richard "Rick" Crittenden, Sr. Officer Crittenden selflessly gave his life protecting the lives of others. On Labor Day, September 7, 2009, at about 8:37 AM, Officer Crittenden and a Maplewood Officer responded to a domestic disturbance at an apartment building involving a male violating an order for protection. As Officers entered the apartment with the female complainant and her daughter, they were attacked by the female’s ex-husband. During the struggle, Officer Crittenden was fatally shot by the male perpetrator. The Maplewood Officer was able to return fire and fatally wounded the male perpetrator. Officer Crittenden and his family are always in our thoughts and prayers. As we remember and honor Officer Crittenden, we pray for all who have given their lives in the service of protecting others, and for all who will ultimately make that selfless sacrifice. Officer Richard S. Crittenden Sr., Badge #933. EOW September 7, 2009.

Stolen Vehicle, Suspect Description: The NSPPD responded to a suspicious activity call at 9th Ave and Ariel St at 0600 hrs of 3 males rummaging through an unlocked vehicle. Prior to squads arrival the vehicle owner followed the suspect vehicle and the suspect vehicle collided with another vehicle near 17th Avenue and Charles Street. The suspect vehicle was discovered to have been stolen out of Minneapolis and the three suspects ran from the scene on foot. The Maplewood Police Department assisted with a K9 search and the suspects were unable to be located. The suspects were described as three black males, approximately 18-25 years of age, with short hair. No additional information at this time. It is believed the suspects are local and live in the area. Please contact 911 if you see anyone fitting the descriptions

Crime Alert: We have had several vehicles stolen overnight in the South end of town. Mcknight RD, Skillman Ave, Northwoods Drive. The common theme seems to be vehicle keys left on the seat or somewhere inside the car. Please lock your car doors and remove the keys. If anyone has any information or security footage. Please contact the NSPPD on the non emergency at 651-747-2406 These K-9's in action do such a great job and have helped us out too many times to count.

Extra Speed Enforcement Campaign ​More than 16,500 speeding tickets were issued during the extra speed enforcement campaign July 7 – 23. Top speeds included: •155 mph – Minnesota State Patrol (District 2900 - Detroit Lakes) •121 mph - Rice County Sheriff's Office •120 mph - McLeod County Sheriff's Office •115 mph - Minnesota State Patrol (District 3100 - Virginia) •110 mph – Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office Speed contributes to an average of 83 deaths each year.Speeding can cost you money, time and can lead to tragic consequences. Slow down and help keep everyone safe on the road.

NSPPD had a great day at the lake fishing with the kids.

Great Times at National Night Out. It was really nice to see all the citizens and kids out in the neighborhoods.

The "Sassy Sisters" of the Red Hat Society (and Carson) stopped by City Hall today for a tour of the police department with Officer Joe Allen. Don't know who had more fun, Officer Allen or the ladies!

GACY UPDATE: The NSPPD assisted in obtaining the DNA of James Haakenson's sister who is a North St Paul resident.

We had a great turnout on Saturday for the Police Bike Rodeo. Thanks to all who came out for another great event.

Just got these in for all the bikes for the NSPPD Bike Rodeo This Saturday at Rotary Park from 10am till 12pm. See you there.

On Monday July 10th, 2017 NSPPD assisted in a multi agency police pursuit with the suspect running from a stolen vehicle in the area of Highway 36 and Charles St. The suspect was later taken into custody after hiding in a garage in the area of Charles Street and 16th Ave with the help of the K-9 and several other jurisdictions helping with a perimeter.

Join us for the 3rd Annual Kids Fishing with a Cop at Silver Lake Park Fishing Pier. We'll supply the fishing poles and bait! This event is sponsored by the North St. Paul Police and DNR MinnAqua Program. For ages 4-14 Rain date: August 13 Sunday, August 6 at 12 PM - 3 PM

Great LE Torch Run Event on Friday with Maplewood PD and MN BCA.

Please Join us Tonight from 4 to 6 at LUVs Ice Cream in No St Paul for conversation with Chief Lauth.

Coffee with the NSPPD LUV Ice Cream 2587 7th Avenue Downtown No St Paul Wednesday June 21 4-6 PM We would love to see a big turnout.

Night to Unite is Coming Up!! Tuesday, August 1, 2017 No St Paul Night to Unite (formerly National Night Out) is an evening when neighbors throughout the city, state, and country gather to get to know one another and promote Community Safety. Goals ◦Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships; ◦Send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are organized and looking out for one another; ◦Heighten crime, drug and violence prevention awareness; ◦Generate support for and participation in local anti-crime programs.

Participants will learn important skills and bicycle safety! Don’t forget to bring your bike and helmet. Each participant will receive a prize and certificate for completing the one-mile Pedal with Police ride along the Gateway Trail. For ages 5-10. Meet at Rotary Park located on 2nd Street and North St. Paul Drive.

Today and every day, we remember the sacrifices made for our freedoms. #MemorialDay