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St. Louis Park Minnesota Police Station Address: 3015 Raleigh Avenue South, St Louis Park, MN 55416, United States


3 days ago
Possible significant snowfall this Sunday into Monday! Here’s a reminder of how to know if the city declares a snow emergency & to take proactive action if we get significant snowfall amounts, even if the city hasn’t yet declared a snow emergency. https://t.co/NgJfKf5h8B https://t.co/ap2wZ0tUsZ

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Congratulations to the Jewish Community Relations Council: Minnesota and the Dakotas @JCRCMINNDAK for receiving the 2017 @FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award! https://t.co/MHuBDrBbQp @FBIMinneapolis https://t.co/eCEbCpUiii

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This is the official St. Louis Park, Minnesota Police Department Facebook page.

City of St. Louis Park Social Media Policy
The City of St. Louis Park uses social media sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, to provide two-way communication with the public.

The City of St. Louis Park welcomes participation and comments from the public on its social media sites. However, these sites are public forums monitored by city staff and the city reserves the right to hide posted content on St. Louis Park social media sites, including but not limited to the following:

• Posts and comments that include vulgar, offensive, threatening or harassing language, or personal attacks
• Prejudiced or hurtful comments that encourage discrimination or discriminate on the basis of creed, color, age, religion, gender, marital status, national origin, physical or mental disability, or sexual orientation
• Advertisements for commercial services or goods
• Posts and comments that advocate illegal activity
• Political statements that endorse or oppose political candidates
• Obscene or sexual content, or links to obscene or sexual content
• Information that could compromise the safety or security of the public or public systems
• Comments that are unrelated to the topic of the Facebook or Twitter post to which the comment is responding.

We also reserve the right to delete spam, posts that advocate illegal activity and posts that infringe on copyright.

Please Note: Comments expressed on the city’s social networking sites do not reflect the opinions or positions of the City of St. Louis Park, its employees or elected officials.

In the event of an emergency, call 9-1-1 for a Police, Fire or EMS response. The City of St. Louis Park cannot guarantee a timely emergency response to comments posted on social media sites.

For more information about the St. Louis Park Police Department Facebook page, contact Jacqueline Larson at jlarson@stlouispark.org or 952.924.2632.

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St. Louis Park, Minnesota Police Department shared City of St. Louis Park, Minnesota – Government’s post.3 days ago

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St. Louis Park, Minnesota Police Department shared St. Louis Park, Minnesota Fire Department’s video.3 days ago

The St. Louis Park, Minnesota Fire Department’s new lockbox program is available to any resident who may have concerns that in case of emergency, they may not be able to reach the door to let in first responders. Learn more: www.stlouispark.org/lockbox

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The St. Louis Park Fire Department is offering a new lockbox program to any resident in the city who may have concerns that in case of emergency, they may not be able to reach the door to let in first responders. Learn more at www.stlouispark.org/lockbox or call 952.924.2595.
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St. Louis Park, Minnesota Police Department4 days ago

Congratulations to the Jewish Community Relations Council: Minnesota and the Dakotas (JCRC) for receiving the 2017 FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigation Director’s Community Leadership Award!

JCRC consistently demonstrates leadership within the territory of the Minneapolis Division and has been an essential partner for more than 15 years. In the first three months of 2017, the nation saw an increase in telephone threats made to Jewish community centers and synagogues. This included threats made to two Twin Cities area Jewish Community Centers. In the wake of these threats, JCRC demonstrated essential community leadership by organizing community forums to partner with law enforcement, provide education, and to address community concerns. Thank you for all the work you’ve done and congratulations!

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St. Louis Park, Minnesota Police Department added 3 new photos.5 days ago

Last night the St. Louis Park City Council and Mayor Spano signed a proclamation that St. Louis Park is “Not for Sale” in an effort to raise awareness about sex trafficking and sexual exploitation. Thank you Cornerstone for your partnership with SLPPD in combating this issue in our community.

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St. Louis Park, Minnesota Police Department6 days ago

This video from the Minneapolis Police Department contains important safety and security recommendations for when the Minnesota Super Bowl 2018 and affiliated events come to the community. Take a look, and if you #seesomethingsaysomething. Call us at 952.924.2618 or 911 for emergencies. https://youtu.be/ReZltyzwcCg

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Keeping Minneapolis Safe During SB52

The Minneapolis Police Department teamed up with the non-profit, non-partisan Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab (www.thecell.org) to produce this video…
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St. Louis Park, Minnesota Police Department added 2 new photos.2 weeks ago

#WeWearBlueBecause we want to raise awareness about human trafficking. Our officers are trained on identifying indicators, employing a victim-centered approach, collaborating with law enforcement officials at all levels, and recognizing immigration assistance needs of trafficking victims. For more info, or if you need help, call us at 952.924.2618, or dial the National Human Trafficking Hotline, 1.888.373.7888. #WearBlueDay