Lake Park Police Department

  • Agency: Lake Park Police Department
  • Address: 2032 2nd Street, Lake Park, 56554-4009 MN
  • Chief:
Phone: (218)238-6922
Fax: 218-238-6344

Lake Park Police Department is located at 2032 2nd Street, Lake Park, 56554-4009 MN. The Lake Park Police Department phone number is (218)238-6922.

Lake Park Police Department News

Congratulations to the graduating class of 2011!!!

All week law enforcement around the state has been stepping up enforcement on distracted drivers. Tonight on 20/20, one Minnesota teen tells her story of how a simple text message left her paralyzed. Read more at,

****MN DOT is closing Highway 10 from Detroit Lakes to Moorhead****

The Lake Park Police Department wold like to wish everyone a safe weekend.

Opportunity for teens to win $1000 by creating a Public Service Announcement about distracted driving. Entries are due to the Dept of Public Safety April 18th.

Honeywell Instant Alert Plus

A new OTS website, allows families to post memorials for loved ones killed in traffic crashes and connect with other families. The site dramatically presents the faces behind the crash facts — to educate the public and influence safe driving behavior.

With the deadly past week in Minnesota, please drive safe and have a great weekend!

This is the website from the State of Minnesota which will allow you to keep informed about level 3 predatory offenders that may be living in your area. Stay informed and educate your family.

Hey there LPPD fans! LPPD Trivia Question... What is the speed limit in an alley?

Lake Park P.D. fans- Distracted driving was a huge topic of discussion throughout 2010. Although there are many behaviors associated with distracted driving texting and driving was among the most talked about. Please view the attached video and share it with your friends, it may save someone's life....

Hey there LPPD fans! LPPD Trivia Question We are always working hard to prevent traffic fatalities and have been successful in continuing a downward trend in the past several years. Despite this success we still have far too many traffic deaths every year in MN. Can you guess the number of traffic fatalities reported for the year 2010?


The weather is beginning to turn, mist and fog have moved in. Please drive carefull as the roads are becoming slippery and may not appear that way. Leave extra time if you need to travel during this weather.

Hey there L.P.P.D. Facebook fans. The New Year is quickly approaching. Have you figured out what your New Year’s resolution is going to be??? What is it???

Merry Christmas to all of our Facebook Friends!! May you be safe in your holiday travels this weekend!!

Holiday Crime Prevention

Reminding people to leave extra time in your travels today with the winter weather that has moved in. The roads are very slippery in spots even though they may not appear that way. Road crews are out sanding and salting, please give them room to work if you come across them. Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!!!

Yesterday Officer Travis Carlson (Lake Park Police Dept), Trooper Andy Schmidt & Trooper Jesse Grabow (Minnesota State Patrol) spoke with 9th-12th grades students and staff at the Lake Park- Audubon High School about the consequences of texting while driving and not wearing there seat belts.