West St Paul Police Department

  • Agency: West St Paul Police Department
  • Address: 1616 Humboldt Ave., West St Paul, 55118 MN
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 651-552-4200
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West St Paul Police Department is located at 1616 Humboldt Ave., West St Paul, 55118 MN. The West St Paul Police Department phone number is 651-552-4200.

West St Paul Police Department News

This month marks 27 years of service for Reserve Captain Mike Whebbe. Mike put in 5 years as a Police Explorer and 22 years as a Police Reserve. We cannot thank Mike and our reserve program enough for all their volunteer time. Last year our Reserves and Community Safety Volunteers put in 3,210 hours of service!!

Don't forget to set your clocks back!

Did you know you can sign up to get alerts of an emergency in the area of your home sent to your home phone, cell phone, or e-mail address? This alert system was used this morning to notify residents within a 2 block radius. If you didn't know about this system or you're not signed up, follow the link and get signed up! http://www.mn-dcc.org/community-notification/

Information regarding the incident this morning.

UPDATE - Male suspect taken into custody, road will be open shortly, and there is no ongoing public safety threat. Officers are out on Humbodlt between Bernard and Arion. The road is closed and our MAAG team is on scene. Please avoid the area and for those on the closed portion of the road, shelter in place at this time. More information to follow.

The Dakota County emergency shelter will be open starting today. If you or someone you know is in need of emergency shelter during the cold winter months please contact 651-319-2153. Thank you to Matrix Housing Services for making this possible every year.

Happy Halloween WSP! We hope to see everyone at the Halloween Extravaganza tonight, Harmon Park from 6p – 8p. This event is free and we will have a costume contest, hot dogs, trick-or-treating trail and much more. For those going out trick-or-treating tonight please remember a few simple safety tips – stay in groups, use flashlights or glow sticks to illuminate yourself, and check all your treats before consuming them. For everyone else who may be driving around, please slow down and use caution! https://www.facebook.com/events/315558172554234/

A friendly reminder from our friends at South Metro Fire to check your smoke detectors and make sure they are working!

As we end October and Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we want to introduce you to Ana January. Ana is an advocate with 360 Communities, and has an office at our Police Department. Please contact us, Ana, or 360 Communities of you or someone you know needs help. Together we can end the cycle. #MNDVAM #DVAM18

FOUND DOG in the area of Ottawa and Moreland. Appears to be a male Shepard mix. He's been brought to the South St Paul Animal Hospital until the owner is located.

What an awesome story about a couple in West St. Paul! The work of everyone involved resulted in a man's life being saved! We are happy to hear that Andrew is recovering so well! CONGRATULATIONS to Andrew and Ashley on the birth of your son!

It is National School Bus Safety Week. According to NHTSA, riding in a school bus is the safest way for your child to get to and from school. However the “danger zone” when approaching or exiting the bus poses the greatest risk for children. Talk to your kids about being especially careful in the area’s in front or side of the bus and following all school bus safety rules.

We need your help West St. Paul! Community of Saints Regional Catholic School was broken into over the weekend. Whoever broke in used spray paint and liquid paint, along with setting off fire extinguishers and breaking light bulbs to cause a significant amount of damage. Anyone who has any information is asked to please call Investigator Shannon Mitchell at 651-552-4206. Thank you!

Starting another week out strong with this video from Town Square Television about our charity hockey game benefitting 360 Communities. #DVAM

UPDATE - Owner located! Thanks to everyone who shared this post. FOUND DOG! Friendly male husky found in the area of Smith and Orme. Please contact us if you know where he belongs. 651-322-2323

The Police Department has received a number of vandalism complaints (screws in tires) over the past several months. Some of these incidents appear criminal, while others are likely the result of a road hazards. Our officers have and continue to fully investigate each suspected criminal incident in an effort to identify the person(s) responsible. By their nature, vandalism incidents have a low solvability rate. The police department is conducting proactive efforts to increase the chance of catching this person(s). We empathize with each victim and share their frustration that a person would commit such a cowardly act. If you believe you are the victim of such an act or have any info on who is behind this, please call our non-emergency line at 651-322-2323 or reach out here via DM with any questions.

To show our support for Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we're taking part in "Wear Purple Day". Our staff, along with City of West St. Paul, are proudly displaying purple today. If you or someone you know needs help, please contact us or 360 Communities. If there's immediate risk, dial 911. For non-emergency situations, you can call 651-322-2323 or reach out to us through DM here or on twitter.

Official South Metro Fire release on the apartment fire early this morning in City of West St. Paul.

AMBER ALERT from Wisconsin.

Lets start the week out right with a recent epidode of "The Good Stuff" from Town Square Television.

Officer Sass spent some time this morning at Moreland Arts and Health Sciences Magnet School participating in Community Helper Week! I think Officer Sass and the kids had a blast!

$8452 was raised during our charity hockey game and we cannot thank you all enough! It was an amazing experience to help out an amazing organization.

West St Paul Police vs the South Metro Fire played in the first annual charity hockey game with all proceeds going to 360 Communities. The police came out victorious 14-4. Thank you to our partners at the Inver Grove Heights Police Department, South St. Paul Police Department, and Mendota Heights Police Department for skating with us.

Happy Homecoming Henry Sibley High School We will see you at the big game tonight and let’s try and keep the shenanigans to a minimum this weekend!