Crosby Police Department

  • Agency: Crosby Police Department
  • Address: 2 Second Street SW, Crosby, 56441 MN
  • Chief: Kimberley Coughlin (Chief of Police)

Crosby Police Department is located at 2 Second Street SW, Crosby, 56441 MN. The Chief of Police of the department is Kimberley Coughlin. The Crosby Police Department phone number is 218-546-5137.

Crosby Police Department News

You may notice our officers getting a little hairier this month. That is because the Crosby Police Department is participating in No Shave November to raise money for the Courage Cabinet at Cuyuna Regional Medical Center. The Courage Cabinet is a charitable fund that provides financial assistance for cancer patient’s basic needs while they go through treatment. Through the month of November Crosby Officers who donate to the Courage Cabinet will be allowed to grow facial hair usually disqualified by policy. If you’d like to join our officers in fundraising for this worthy cause you can drop off donations at the PD (cash or checks made out to CRMC will be accepted). Thank you for your support and as always, stay safe!

A reminder that Winter Parking Rules take affect tonight. No on street parking will be allowed from the hours of 2 AM to 7 AM. If you do not have off street parking available to you please stop by the police department and fill out a Hardship Exemption Form.

Our officers will also be handing out candy tonight. Stop by Crosby Fire Station for goodies and flag down our patrol cars for more treats.

In a few short hours the streets of Crosby will be full of ghosts, vampires, werewolves and the occasional Disney princess. Please decrease your speed and keep a close eye out for trick or treaters in our neighborhoods. The Crosby Police Department wishes all who we serve a safe and happy Halloween!

Swing on over to the Hallett House bed and breakfast for Cookout with a Cop! We have hotdogs and s’mores ready for the fire, hot cocoa and coffee, and trunk or treating for the kids!

In need of some coffee? We’ve got you covered come on in to Mixed Company for National Coffee with a Cop Day

Through the month of October Crosby Officers will have a splash of pink on their uniforms. This officer funded program will be part of the nationwide Pink Patch Project to support and honor those in our communities who have been effected by breast cancer. Would you like one of our pink patches? Well they will be available for purchase at the Crosby City Hall in October with the proceeds going to the Courage Cabinet at CRMC.

Office Reed received a warm welcome from the Crosby - Ironton District. Officer Reed will be serving as the School Resource Officer (SRO) through the 2018-2019 school year at both the Crosby-Ironton High School and Cuyuna Range Elementary School (CRES).

The Crosby Police Department would like to thank our partners for an outstanding event this past Saturday.

A reminder that area emergency services will be conducting an active shooter exercise at the Crosby Ironton High School from 8am to 5pm today. We ask that everyone keep clear of the area to allow our emergency personnel a safe and effective training to better serve our communities.

The Crosby Police Department along with CRMC and Crosby Fire Department will be hosting a training event at the Crosby-Ironton High School this Saturday (September 22nd). For your safety and the safety of our EMS, Fire and Law Enforcement personnel we ask that citizens and visitors avoid the areas around the high school and the practice football fields.

Lest we forget those who fell that fateful day 17 years ago. Heroes, patriots and fellow countrymen taken to soon.

A huge thank you to our amazing DJs Complete Weddings + Events. Not only have they been bringing music and fun to Cuyuna Lakes Night to Unite they did so free of charge!!!

Starting tomorrow we ask that you please keep an extra eye out on your morning and evening commutes for busses and students throughout the area. A reminder that violation of Minnesota Stop Arm Laws is an arrestable offense. Help us keep our students safe!

Happy Independence Day from the Crosby Police Department! Please have a safe and fun 4th of July.

We were so happy to spend the afternoon with the kids from Kidz Kamp! Lieutenant Randolph, Officer Ringhand and Intern Matt Huesmann enjoyed giving campers a tour and talking about a police officer’s job. They even handed out some goodies at the end

The Crosby Police Department would like to wish all fathers a Happy Father’s Day! As you celebrate your fathers we ask that you remember those men who are separated from their families in order to keep our communities, state and nation safe.

Today the Crosby Police Department joins a grateful nation in the remembrance of those American heroes who gave their lives so that liberty and freedom may live on. These soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines sacrificed their all so that we may live free. “It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God that such men lived.” Gen. George S. Patton

The Crosby Police Department would like to extend its sincerest gratitude to the management and staff at Big Al’s Bar and Grill who surprised our officers yesterday evening with an outstanding BBQ dinner. Their generous gift was a welcomed luxury during a busy holiday weekend.

This week is National Emergency Medical Services Week. The Crosby Police Department would like to thank the men and women who serve their communities in the Emergency Medical field. We also wish to remember those who gave their lives in service to their fellow man and embodied the motto of “These things we do that others may live.” A special thank you to the Cuyuna Regional Medical Center Ambulance Crew and Emergency Department Staff, North Memorial Air Care Crew, LifeLink Flight Crew and Area First Responders who serve as our partners in public safety.

Today is National Peace Officers Memorial Day. Today we remember our brothers and sisters of the thin blue line that made the ultimate sacrifice in the protections of others. Today the Crosby Police Department wishes to call specific attention to and in remembrance of: Deerwood Police Officer Officer William M Bombard EOW 12/18/1951 Aitkin County Investigator Steven M Sandberg EOW 10/18/15 Wayzata Police Officer William A Matthews EOW 09/08/17 “It’s not how these officers died that made them heroes it is how they lived.”

In 1962 President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation naming the week surrounding May 15th Nation Police Week. Police Week was created to honor the men and women of law enforcement and to remember those who have fallen in the line of duty. All this week the Crosby Police Department wishes to honor the men and women of past and present who have served the citizens of Crosby with honor and distinction as officers throughout the years. We also wish to honor and thank those officers, deputies, troopers and agents who are our partners in public safety. "There are people that put their lives in harms way everyday. It is not something they do, it is something they are."