Download the app to receive BP PD alerts and information or send us a "tip" about crime.
A watch program is neighbors helping neighbors. The programs works and makes a difference in Brooklyn Park. By working together we can make sure our community stays a safe place to live and work
National Night Out builds stronger neighborhood spirit, police-community partnerships and creates safer neighborhoods
BPPD is committed to building and improving community relationships and being transparent with operations.
BP Crime Prevention Association
A group of volunteer residents that assist the Brooklyn Park Police Department and community with programs, event and public safety initiatives to help reduce crime in our city.
Programs they currently support include:
Santa Cop program
Kids Safety Camp
National Night Out
Fundraising for the crime tip rewards fund
Annual Crime Watch Captains’ Meeting
Learn about behind the scenes at the Police Department
Kids Safety Camp
For 2nd and 3rd graders. For more info, email Julia Brysky.
A certified specialist will come to your home or business to offer safety and security suggestions specific to your property.
For more info, contact Julia Brysky 763-493-8383
For more info in the South Precinct, contact Kim Czapar 763-493-8209
The PD encourages residents' input in order to be responsive to the needs of the community.
The police department has a domestic violence unit. If you have questions or know someone that is in an abusive relationship, you can reach:
Shellie Enright, Domestic Violence Prevention Coordinator, 763-493-8375
Detective Matt Ewert, 763-493-8206
Detective Andrew Claypool, 763-493-8096
Cornerstone provides comprehensive services and support for adults and children in BP who have been impacted by domestic violence, sexual violence or human trafficking. Programming includes:
Support and educational groups
Economic empowerment services
Specialized services for youth