Becker Police Department

  • Agency: Becker Police Department
  • Address: 12060 Sherburne Ave, Becker, 55308 MN
  • Chief: Brent Baloun (Chief of Police)
Phone: 763-200-4267
Fax: 763-261-5344

Becker Police Department is located at 12060 Sherburne Ave, Becker, 55308 MN. The Chief of Police of the department is Brent Baloun. The Becker Police Department phone number is 763-200-4267.

Becker Police Department News

Parents: interesting must read article with your kids regarding the use of e-cigs.

Want to know more about who has permits to go door to door? Check out the City of Becker Licensing and Permit section for more information:

Hwy 10 construction project info. See attached link for more information. Construction starts next week with tree and brush removal which could create lane closures on Hwy 10.

SALT Day! Seniors and Law Enforcement Together. Becker PD is present today at SALT Day at the Friendly Buffalo in Big Lake. Stop by our booth and say hi if participating today!

Police Officers love goodies!! Thanks to Sherburne State Bank and the Kasowski family for remembering our officers during National Police Week. We appreciate the support!!

NATIONAL POLICE WEEK Sunday May 13 - Saturday May 19 In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls, as National Police Week. Established by a joint resolution of Congress in 1962, National Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others. If you see a police officer this week, please take a minute to say thank you. We take pride in serving our communities. Thank you to our Becker citizens for your continued support of our police department!!

Teen Driving Course opportunity!!

Current burning restrictions.

Becker Police, Fire and EMS at the Touch-A-Truck event at the Becker Community Center today. Stop by and say hi!

Media Release

Xcel Energy has reported that power should be restored now!!

Due to the work being done on the powerline issue, Sherburne Ave is closed to traffic between Hwy 10 and Central Ave. We ask that people find an alternate routes around this area to allow Xcel Energy to complete the fixes needed to restore power. Thank you!

Xcel Energy is working diligently to restore power after a tree hit a power line. For those affected, it could be several hours yet. Thank you for your patience.

Another successful Safety Camp is in the books. Thanks to all of our participants, as well as volunteers, helpers, and donors. What a great program to teach kids about safety while giving us an opportunity to connect and build relationships! Also special thanks to the Big Lake Police Department and the Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office for the K-9 demonstration to end the day!

Becker PD is excited about Safety Camp tomorrow!! Look forward to meeting and teaching our kids about safety and being good citizens!! A great day is planned!!

The City of Becker Annual Police Report for 2017 has been posted on our website. For information on what the Becker Police Department has been up to, see the link below.

Spring yard cleaning is around the corner hopefully! With that in mind, we remind our residents that there is an ordinance regarding the storage of junk cars on your properties. Please see the following: City Code Secition 10.01 Subd 2(B)(1); These are vehicles described as unregistered, unlicensed or inoperable (including, but not limited to, the lack of component parts). The safety, welfare and asthetics of our neighborhoods depend on people taking care of their vehicles in a repsonsible manner. Please take care of these vehicles before they become an eyesore to your neighbors and neighborhoods.

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is scheduled this year for April 28 from 10-2pm. Becker Police Department Offices are open during this time frame to accept any unwanted precription drugs (no syringes or liquids accepted). Remember to please dispose of properly at one of the sites listed on the flyer.

Believe it or not, but today is the first day of Severe Weather Awareness Week, and the theme is “Alerts and Warnings.” A Watch means "be prepared, severe weather is possible," and a Warning means "take action, severe weather is expected." For more information, please visit:

Congratulations to our own Mayor Tracy Bertram for receiving the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) Officials Distinguished Service Award today at the Minnesota state boys basketball tournament. Thank you for your dedication and commitment to youth sports!

Found: Shih Tzu found in the area of Balsam and Riley. No tags on dog. If you have any information please contact the Becker Police Department at 763-200-4267 or contact the Sherburne County Sheriffs Office Dispatch at 763-765-3595 and ask to have a Becker officer contact you. Thank you!