Lindstrom Police Department

  • Agency: Lindstrom Police Department
  • Address: 13292 Sylvan Ave, Lindstrom, 55045 MN
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 1-651-257-0622
Fax: 651-257-8531

Lindstrom Police Department is located at 13292 Sylvan Ave, Lindstrom, 55045 MN. The Lindstrom Police Department phone number is 1-651-257-0622.

Lindstrom Police Department News

****** UPDATE ******* The Highway 97/ County Road 23 bridge construction has been pushed back one week to the weekend 11/16 - 11/18 ************************

****** UPDATE ******* The bridge construction has been pushed back one week to the weekend 11/16 - 11/18 ************************ Here we go again.... The Highway 97/ County Road 23 bridge will be CLOSED over the weekend, and 35 will be one lane up and over Hwy 97 as they work on replacing the bridge. Avoid the area if you can!

Tonight at the Chisago Lakes High School, we had an opportunity to listen to renown speaker Reggie Dabbs. Mr Dabbs spoke with students, sharing his story and inspiring kids. Another great opportunity provided by our District! http://

****** UPDATE ****** RILEY HAS BEEN SAFELY LOCATED. ************************ Riley Woods, never came home from school on Tuesday.

Congratulations Officer Tristen Forstner with Forest Lake PD. Welcome to the community!

Winter is coming.... Chisago City and Lindstrom winter parking restrictions start November 1st. (Lindstrom changed their start date in 2017 to the 1st. It was previously the 15th) Parking on street or public lot in Lindstrom and any street Chisago City is prohibited 2am - 6am, Nov 1st - April 15th, regardless of weather. Parking is also prohibited any time the road has not been plowed curb to curb in either city. Your plow drivers thank you for your help, assistance, and cooperation.

It’s time to fall back!

Another great night!

MISSING PERSON UPDATE: Wisconsin has updated their AMBER Alert for Jayme Closs. Investigators want to hear from anyone who saw two vehicles of interest in the Barron, Wisc. area between approximately Oct. 8 and Oct. 22. Vehicle 1: Either a 2004-2010 Black Acura MDX or a 2006-2010 Black Ford Edge. Vehicle 2: A 2008-2014 Red/Orange Dodge Challenger. Jayme Closs, 13, is 5’, 100 lbs., with strawberry blonde hair and green eyes. On Monday, Oct. 15, at 12:53 a.m. Wisc. law enforcement responding to a 911 call at Jayme’s home found her parents deceased and Jayme missing. Anyone with information on the vehicles or Jayme’s whereabouts is urged to call 911, email, or text: bctips847411. Get up-to-date information on this alert at

Fall...leaves... it’s that time of year.. Please, don’t put your leaves in the street. City ordinances prohibit blowing leaves and lawn clippings into the street. Leaves end up in the storm sewers, blocking them, and this results in streets flooding. Please bag them and take them to the compost site. Thanks for doing your share!

Phone scammers never stop. Be very wary! #1 The Police Foundation, a national, Washington, D.C.-based non-profit organization dedicated to advancing policing through science and innovation, has received information from several individuals who have been contacted by solicitors asking for donations in support of the “Police Foundation.” The Police Foundation does NOT solicit donations from anyone via phone. If you have been contacted via telephone and asked to make donations to the national Police Foundation in Washington, D.C., this is a scam. #2 Any calls from someone posing as a TurboVote representative are fake and illegal. Several Washington state residents reportedly received calls from voter registration and reminder text company, TurboVote. The calls come from someone posing as a TurboVote representative offering voter registration and to sign the receiver up for an absentee ballot. TurboVote texts subscribers information about elections and voter registration. Officials from TurboVote say they are working to track down who is responsible for the fake calls.

Anyone know who this thief is?

Stop by and say Hi!

What’s going on with MN drivers licenses? The new licenses are here. What do I need to know? REAL IDs are optional. Standard driver’s licenses and ID cards will continue to be acceptable for driving and other identification purposes now that REAL ID is available. Minnesotans will be able to use their standard licenses and ID cards for federal purposes, including boarding domestic flights, until October 1, 2020. After Oct. 1, 2020, a REAL ID, Enhanced driver’s license or ID or passport will be required for those wanting to board domestic flights or enter federal facilities. REAL ID applicants should be sure to have all required documentation with them at the time of application. Visit the Required Documents page for a full list. To help reduce wait times, state officials are suggesting residents wait to apply unless they need to change their name or address or renew their current license.

It only takes a moment. But it can change your life. Pay attention, watch the road, put down the phone.

Rain in bound! 3 days worth....

Tonight at a special Lakes Area Police Commission meeting, Officer Cory Spencer was sworn in by Commission Chairman Keith Carlson as Sergeant Cory Spencer. Sergeant Spencer is an 11 year veteran Officer of the LAPD, and previously served as a Community Service Officer. While serving as an SRO, president of the MN Juvenile Resource Officers Association, Negotiator with the Chisago County SWAT, and part time Police Officer with both the Isanti and University of MN, he found time to complete his masters degree. Sergeant Spencer will supervise the B side rotation for the patrol division.

Coffee with a Cop 2018! Thanks to Northwoods Roasterie for playing host to this community event!

Dont be too alarmed if your cell phone makes a strange sounds today at 1:20 pm....

Dont be too alarmed if your cell phone makes a strange sounds tomorrow at 1:20 pm....

MNDOT closures