Roseville Police Department

  • Agency: Roseville Police Department
  • Address: 2660 Civic Center Drive, Roseville, 55113 MN
  • Chief: Carol Sletner (Chief of Police)
Phone: 651-792-7008
Fax: 651-792-7200

Roseville Police Department is located at 2660 Civic Center Drive, Roseville, 55113 MN. The Chief of Police of the department is Carol Sletner. The Roseville Police Department phone number is 651-792-7008.

Roseville Police Department News

Be extra cautious & stay extra focused when driving tonight. No room for distracted driving on Halloween...or any other day. Here are some more Halloween tips: https://www.cityofroseville.com/1376/Halloween-Safety

The results from Friday's Fargo Challenge are in. We had a blast with this one. Any suggestions for the next photo challenge?

Cast your vote for the Roseville officer who should win tonight’s Fargo Challenge.

We played in a 3v3 tournament with Roseville Area Schools middle school students. We brought two teams to play in the single elimination tournament and...played two games total. Winning isn't everything, right? Thanks for the invite Najee!

Chief discusses stolen autos, distracted driving, a unique encounter, & recruiting women in law enforcement in his latest 'One Chief's Perspective' http://www.cityofroseville.com/DocumentCenter/View/23985

Join us this Wednesday and learn more about your Police Department.

More school bus arm violation tickets, watch Chief Mathwig and Lt. Scheider's Town Hall Q&A, and Active Shooter Training in Chief's latest newsletter: http://www.cityofroseville.com/DocumentCenter/View/23955

Please join us tonight -

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Join us for National Coffee with a Cop Day at McDonald's on Wednesday, October 4th from 8 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. Come for the FREE COFFEE & stick around to get to know some of the officers who help keep Roseville safe.

Thank you Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce for recognizing the efforts and hard work being done in the City of Roseville, MN and in our neighboring cities. The projects, programs, and collaborations from all the nominees are truly inspiring. Well done to everyone trying to make positive changes in our cities.

A GREAT cause and a GREAT organization. RPD Investigations donated their time at Twin Cities Kids In Need Resource Center last week. We encourage you and/or your organization to check them out and help pack a few dozen backpacks to be delivered to kids in need.

Sgt. Pitzl's Night Crew took to the streets with a mobile dunk tank last week. What do you think of Dunk-a-Cop and Dunkin' Donuts paired together?? Thanks City of Roseville, MN Fire Department & Roseville Parks & Recreation for your help with this fun evening.

Free lemonade and snacks! Join Roseville Detectives at Ramsey County Library on 2180 N. Hamline Ave. tomorrow (8/29) from 10:30 - Noon to learn about fingerprints and solving crime.

Chief Mathwig discusses top ten for police calls, hands kill and a lot of community engagement. http://www.cityofroseville.com/DocumentCenter/View/23763

Thanks Roseville Parks & Recreation for creating great opportunities to engage with Roseville residents and visitors at the Discover Your Parks and Puppet Wagon events.

Family Night Out - TONIGHT 5 - 8 PM Central Park Lexington (2540 Lex.) Teddy Bear Band @ 6PM - K9 Demo @ 7PM.

Please join us at Central Park Lexington MONDAY, JULY 31 from 5 - 8 P.M. for Roseville Police's Annual Family Night Out. See the Flyer for more details. We hope to see you there!

Join us for the 2017 Family Night Out on Monday, July 31 at Central Park - 2540 Lexington Ave. Teddy Bear Band starts at 6:00 P.M. Roseville K-9 Demonstration at 7:00 P.M. * Petting Zoo * Face Painting * Police Squad Tours * Fire Truck Tours * Sweet Dreams Food Truck * Huge Inflatable Slide * Balloon Animals. See you there!

Chief Mathwig discusses a simple, yet effective tool in reducing the danger and cost associated with stolen-auto and other pursuits in the latest bi-weekly One Chief's Perspective - http://www.cityofroseville.com/DocumentCenter/View/23400

Thanks Ramsey County Library for letting us read at Family Storytime today. Lt. Scheider read to the kids...Sgt. Engh and Ofc. Ehnstrom read to each other, then let the kids check out a squad car.

See you there!

Join Lt. Erika Scheider at Ramsey County Library in Roseville for Family Storytime on Thursday, June 29 from 10:30 - 11:00 a.m. The kids love the squad car tour and we love the random questions during the Q&A.