Richfield Police Department

  • Agency: Richfield Police Department
  • Address: 6700 Portland Ave S, Richfield, 55423 MN
  • Chief: Dan Scott (Chief of Police)
Phone: 612-861-9828

Richfield Police Department is located at 6700 Portland Ave S, Richfield, 55423 MN. The Chief of Police of the department is Dan Scott. The Richfield Police Department phone number is 612-861-9828.

Richfield Police Department News

Sgt. Stanger & Officer Fredericks joined Richfield STEM students during their walk-a-thon yesterday while they raised money to purchase new books for their media center. Fun event!

Gearing up for the long weekend? Let's make it a safe one. No impaired or distracted driving.

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We are so excited! We hope to see you there!

Seat belts save lives so here’s a friendly reminder to Click It or Ticket. An extra enforcement campaign officially begins today, May 21, and runs through June 3. More than 300 law enforcement agencies will be combining their resources to help out on this effort. Last year, preliminary numbers show more than 70 motorists lost their lives on Minnesota roads because they didn’t have their seat belts on.

LAST CHANCE to register your Richfield THIRD GRADER for the Police & Fire Safety Day to be held Fri., June 8th. (Child must live or attend school in Richfield.) This is the best deal in town! Kids learn life-safety information in a fun, memorable way. Deadline to register is Sat., May 19th. Participants will learn fire, bike, electrical and personal safety, basic first aid, emergency preparedness and bullying prevention, all while being mentored by police officers and fire fighters. Safety Day takes place at the Richfield STEM School, 7020 12th Ave S, from 7:45 am until 5:15 pm. The $30 registration fee includes lunch, snacks, T-shirt, multi-sport helmet, back pack, prizes, and a pizza dinner for the participant and one parent (additional dinner tickets may be purchased for $4/each). Register at All questions should be directed to Jill @ RPD @ 612.861.9845.

Please join us tomorrow, May 17 from 10-11:30AM, for Coffee with a Cop at the Richfield Starbucks.

Don't miss this year's Unity in the Community.

Thank you to our wonderful dispatchers for the notes & cookies. We appreciate you!

Law Enforcement Memorial Day. Please take a moment to think about the officers killed in the line of duty.

#NeverForget #PoliceWeek

Law Enforcement Torch Run is here! Pick up your LETR t-shirt and ball cap at the Richfield Police Department! All proceeds go directly to Special Olympics Minnesota and supports local athletes! The Law Enforcement Torch Run will come through Richfield during the afternoon on JUNE 22nd, 2018. Exact route and time TBD. Contact Officer Soldow @ for questions!

On Thursday, June 21, 2018, the Minnesota Crime Prevention Association is sponsoring a training on Safety and Security for Places of Worship. The national speaker is Tina Lewis Rowe, author of Worship without Worry and other safety & security materials that have been used by thousands of places of worship, worldwide.

With prom and graduation coming up, it’s a good time to remind everyone of crimes involving alcohol & minors. We encourage you to celebrate life's milestones while making smart decisions! The following offenses concerning alcohol and minors are gross misdemeanors in Minnesota: Serving or giving alcohol to a minor. It is illegal for any person to sell, give, or provide the means to obtain alcohol to a person under 21 years of age. The law makes an exception for parents and guardians when they provide their own child with alcohol for consumption within their own household. Providing the use of your ID to a minor for the purpose of obtaining alcohol. In addition to the criminal penalties, any person who lets another use their ID (state issued or other) to obtain alcohol is subject to have their license suspended for 90 days following conviction. Purchasing or attempting to purchase alcohol while under the age of 21. Providing alcohol to minors is a serious offense in Minnesota. In the event that a minor uses false identification to purchase alcohol, the vendor has the authority to confiscate the ID and turn it into law enforcement. Criminal & Civil Penalties A gross misdemeanor is punishable by fines of up to $3,000. The law is such that additional civil penalties may be imposed in addition to any criminal punishment: Minnesota also has Social Host Liability laws in place. These laws hold the host of a social gathering liable for the adults and minors to whom they have provided alcohol. Civil penalties vary, but the repercussions can be quite severe and may be imposed in addition to any applicable criminal penalties.

Kudos to the Roseville Police Officers and the store clerk for putting the kibosh on this credit card cloning operation. Please don't ever hesitate to report suspicious activity by calling 911. Citizens are the eyes and ears of every police department.

Nice find, City of Richfield, Minnesota - Local Government!

Anyone recognize the yawning guy stealing Red Bull? #loveirony