NSPPD in the house attending the Century College job fair.
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.
NSPPD in the house attending the Century College job fair.
MN STATE PATROL: Eight seconds. That’s how long a semi driver allegedly had his eyes glued to his phone, oblivious to the other motorists around him, before slamming into an innocent man stopped at a traffic light Tuesday on Highway 36 in Lake Elmo. The crash was so violent, the victim’s car had to be taken to a fire department so his body could be removed. "Enough is enough. We all need to commit to not driving distracted. Had that happened on Tuesday, there is no doubt in my mind Mr. Bursik would be home, not headed to the morgue," Col. Langer said of fatal crash that killed Robert Bursik. Col. Langer, Office of Traffic Safety Director Mike Hanson, and Washington County Assistant County Attorney Siv Yurichuk spoke about the crash today. Their message was simple: Distracted driving is a deadly choice with tragic and lifelong consequences. "This crash is the latest in the litany of crashes that litter our roadways," Hanson said. "Enough is enough. We can stop this epidemic but it will take all of us working together."
If you see these signs in your neighborhood please do not call them, they are a scam and could lead people down the wrong path. If you see individuals putting them up on the corners in NSP please contact the NSPPD we would like to speak with them. We will also be having Public Works take them down.
As the weather gets nicer out and with more traffic out and about, if you see traffic issues in your NEIGHBORHOOD please send us an email/message or contact the NSPPD so we can deploy directed traffic patrol and/or speed trailer to your area to help improve the speeds and reduce accidents.
If you are having a community event and If you would like to invite our cops please contact us at 651-747-2406. We love to be out at events meeting new people, so give us a call.
http://www.lillienews.com/articles/2018/01/31/north-st-paul%E2%80%99s-anchor-bank-robbed This was an excellent job by all Law Enforcement involved. The suspect was identified within hours of the Robbery and apprehended within 48 hrs of the incident.
From MN BCA 9-day undercover operation by the BCA-led Human Trafficking Investigators Task Force has resulted in: • 36 people booked on probable cause felony solicitation of a minor • 7 people booked on probable cause sex trafficking, promotion of prostitution • 14 women rescued from trafficking situations Working alongside the BCA in this effort: Anoka County Sheriff's Office, Department of Homeland Security Investigations, Ramsey County Attorney's Office, Carver County Sheriff's Office, Crow Wing County Sheriff's Office, Dakota County Sheriff's Office, Pope County Sheriff's Office and Detention Center, Ramsey County Sheriff's Office, Belle Plaine Police Department, Chaska Police Department, New Prague Police Department, North St Paul Police Department, Scott County Attorney's Office, Washington County Attorney's Office. Learn more: goo.gl/xL6qHP Read a recent DPS blog about sex trafficking: goo.gl/Xmk9vE
NSP Plows will be out clearing streets. Please make sure your vehicle is off the City Street so the roads can be plowed curb to curb.
A great reminder to prevent crimes of opportunity in your neighborhood and around your home: • Report suspicious people and vehicles in your alleys. • Secure your garages and please keep copies (cell phone photos) of the serial #’s for bikes, lawn mowers, snow blowers, etc. • Adopt your neighbors. If you see your neighbors garage or house looks unsecure, let them know. • Use your lights. Motion lights are great! Criminals crave anonymity.
RAIDS Online – A Community Crime Map The North St. Paul Police Department uses a crime mapping program called Raids Online. This is part of a partnership developed by BAIR Analytics that provides a free public crime map. Citizens can easily search for information and view nearby crime activity. To find basic public information on incidents that have occurred in the City, visit their website and enter North St. Paul. https://communitycrimemap.com/
In memory and honor of Chief Walter Hause who served as an assistant Village Marshall from the mid-1930’s and eventually became North St. Paul’s first uniformed officer and Police Chief in 1940. On Thursday, January 6, 1955, at about 1:45 PM, Chief Hause was attempting to catch up to a violator when his squad car went down an embankment. Chief Hause subsequently died from an apparent heart attack
Plan for Sober Rides This Holiday Season Line-up a sober ride when you go out to celebrate this holiday season. You’ll be thankful you did. Extra DWI enforcement is taking place on weekends through Dec. 31. If you don’t plan on drinking, speak up and offer to be a sober ride for your friends or family. Choices to drive drunk have contributed to 27 deaths on Minnesota roads from the day before Thanksgiving through Dec. 30 in the last five years, according to preliminary numbers
North St. Paul Ordinance 72.02 The North St. Paul Police Department will suspend enforcement the Winter Parking Ordinance (72.02) over the Christmas Weekend. This will include from 0100 hours, Saturday, December 23, 2017 through 0700 hours, Tuesday, December 26, 2017. Enforcement of the Winter Parking Ordinance will resume at 0100 hours, Wednesday, December 27, 2017. The only exception(s) will be any “snow event” that includes the accumulation of two (2) or more inches of snow, necessitating a “snow emergency” until the streets are plowed curb to curb.
Holiday Wrap Up Party for the Manor Apartments with Officer DeCory. Happy Holidays
Project Finally Complete. Thanks to everyone who have made this happen.
Police Department Front Counter Bullet Proof Glass getting installed..
Thanks MN WILD for hosting Law Enforcement Night. Our NSPPD appreciated it.
WE NEED YOUR HELP! Gas Theft today at Holiday on Margaret Street. Drive-off occurred today, Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 07:07 hours (AM). Suspect used pumps to obscure clerk’s view of vehicle & suspect. Suspect vehicle had “CarHop” placard over rear plate area. Call 911 if you see the vehicle.
National Latino Police Officer Association (NLPOA) "Shop with a Cop" Event held at Walmart in Burnsville. Thanks to our NSPPD Officer Ray Rozales for helping out with over 50 + Children in attendance.
Give the Gift of Life by Planning a Sober Ride This Holiday Season Extra DWI Enforcement Nov. 22 – Dec. 30 Choices behind the Wheel Minnesotans are increasingly planning a sober ride throughout the year and over the holidays, but the number of motorists still driving drunk is never acceptable and potentially deadly. In Minnesota, the holiday periods with the highest proportion of drunk driving-related fatalities for 2011-2015 are: •July 4 (45.5 percent) •Christmas (35.3 percent) •Thanksgiving (33.3 percent)
Its now starting the people pretending to be IRS and their Fake Call Scams. Please be aware. Suspicious phone calls If you are concerned about a potentially fraudulent contact by an individual or an organization representing themselves as being from the Minnesota Department of Revenue, please contact: 651-296-3781 or 1-800-652-9094. An authorized Minnesota Department of Revenue staff member will be able to determine if the contact you received was legitimate. Use caution and NEVER provide personal information unless you are absolutely sure the situation is legitimate. The Minnesota Department of Revenue will never ask you to provide, update or verify personal information through unsolicited emails. Do NOT respond to such emails and contact us with questions or concerns. Suspicious emails – “Phishing” Phishing (as in “fishing for information” and “hooking” victims) is a scam involving the distribution of e-mail messages to trick taxpayers into revealing personal and financial information which can be used to steal the taxpayer’s identity. For recent consumer warnings issued by the IRS regarding suspicious emails and identity theft: https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/suspicious-e-mails-and-identity-theft How to report phishing, email scams and bogus IRS websites: https://www.irs.gov/privacy-disclosure/report-phishing