Coon Rapids Police Department

  • Agency: Coon Rapids Police Department
  • Address: 11155 Robinson Drive, Coon Rapids, 55433 MN
  • Chief: Steven Wells (Chief of Police)
Phone: 763-767-6481
Fax: 763-767-6435

Coon Rapids Police Department is located at 11155 Robinson Drive, Coon Rapids, 55433 MN. The Chief of Police of the department is Steven Wells. The Coon Rapids Police Department phone number is 763-767-6481.

Coon Rapids Police Department News

On Veteran's Day we want to thank you to all who have served. Thank YOU!

Some good advice here!

It's a bit slippery out there! Remember to take your time, and allow for enough stopping distance at stop signs/stoplights.

Keep an eye out!

The City of Coon Rapids seeks candidates for an unpaid internship working alongside the Victim Witness Specialist. The intern will work with supervisors to develop learning objectives that support the intern's academic program of study and will receive academic credits for the internship. Must be able to consistently work 20-30 hours per week for the duration of the spring semester. https://buff.ly/2JJAvPV

Great save Coon Rapids Community, it feels good living/working in a city where we all have each others backs, always.

Congrats to all of our 2018 Citizens Academy graduates, we hope you had as much fun as we did!

Meet Oreo, he had quite an adventure today! One of our CSO's found him living his best life on the run. Oreo has a microchip and a pet license, so we were able to quickly locate his owner, and get him safely back to his family. So if you have a pet, make sure they are chipped and licensed, and if your pet has a chip, make sure your contact information is up to date.

A couple safety tips before you head out to trick or treat with your little 👻and 🎃 👨‍👦👩‍👦Adults should accompany young children. 🏚Only go to homes with a porch light on, and never go inside a home or car for a treat. 🍫🍬Sort through candy before letting kids have it. Toss anything that looks suspicious. 🚗Cross at corners, and look both ways before crossing the street. 🚧Don’t take shortcuts through yards or alleys. 🔦🔦Be visible. Glow sticks or flashlights work great for making kids easier to see.🔦🔦

***PLEASE SHARE*** We are looking for the public’s help in identifying the individual in the picture. We believe she broke into a vehicle and stole credit cards. Any information on the possible identity of this individual would be appreciated. Please contact Detective Nelson at anelson@coonrapidsmn.gov or via voicemail at 763-767-6464 if you can help us.

The other day we received a call from a Coon Rapids business who reported a large gathering of individuals filling their parking lot, hanging around and refusing to leave. We learned at the scene that Pokémon Go, is in fact still a thing! We want to remind people that while the game is fun, we must be respectful of businesses/private property. Ask permission, and leave when you are asked to.

We had a super fun meet and greet with K9 Ike and Officer Kim last week! Check it out.

Join us in congratulating Officer Beedle in receiving special recognition from Target Corporation in his efforts to stop retail crimes.

Last week we had some startling posts about drinking and driving. Today we want to give a shout out to Officers Cook and Huddleson who were recently recognized by the department of public safety for their over and beyond efforts to stop driving under the influence. Great job guys!

Hanson Boulevard north of the railroad tracks is scheduled to be closed to traffic from October 17 (Wednesday) to October 21 (Sunday). This closure will take place between 108th Avenue to the Epiphany Church driveway. Local access to neighborhoods on the east side of Hanson Boulevard between 108th Avenue and 108th Lane will be provided. During this time, Hanson Boulevard traffic will be detoured to Crooked Lake Boulevard. This road closure is necessary to accommodate City water and sewer relocation.

Keep your eyes open for this missing pup!

Check out the open houses tomorrow! We’ll be at each with a squad car to check out too!

**Anoka Community Connect** Several agencies and community organizations in Anoka County are joining together for Anoka Community Connect, an event to empower neighbors and community members with access to resources that can make a difference in their daily lives. When: October 25, 2018 Time: 10 AM to 6 PM Where: Church of St Timothy, 707 89th Avenue NE, Blaine Transportation to this event is available from select sites. See the flyer for additional details or visit this website: https://anokacommunityconnect.weebly.com/

Crime Prevention! Under a new Federal Law that just went in to force CREDIT FREEZING is now available for FREE in every State. It is very easy to place on your report and very easy to take off if you want to apply for credit. What does this law do? It STOPS anyone from stealing your identity and then applying for any credit without you knowing. If you decide to open a credit card or apply for a loan, you just temporarily release your report to that company only and then the FREEZE goes back on. You have to contact each of the big 3 separately. But we just tried it and it takes 20 mins max to do all 3 online. Here are the links. Oh and it's FREE, I can't think of anything more important to do right now! This is especially important to do for your children, and the seniors in your life. www.equifax.com/personal/education/identity-theft/fraud-alert-security-freeze-credit-lock/ www.experian.com/freeze/center.html www.transunion.com/credit-freeze

Here is a very grim reminder of what happens when people drink and drive: https://wsbt.com/news/nation-world/bride-takes-wedding-photos-alone-after-firefighter-fiance-killed-by-alleged-drunk-driver Plan a sober ride, its not just your life you are impacting when you choose to get behind the wheel.

This video is intense, another reminder to pay attention while driving, and put the distractions away!