The officers and non-sworn members of the Maple Grove Police Department are honored to serve their community while striving for excellence and professionalism. All aspects of their work are built on a foundation of compassion. Our informational video provides an opportunity to learn about our agency from the community and staff. I hope you will look for opportunities to become involved with our agency in an effort to keep our community safe!
Additionally, October is designated at Domestic Violence Awareness Month. I invite you to learn more about our department's Purple Patch Initiative.
Eric T. Werner
Chief of Police
The Maple Grove Police Department has implemented and continues to review policies based on the nationally recognized Lexipol model that has been adopted by police agencies across the country. Our agency's policies are in conformance with the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training and policing best practices. The community is invited to review our key department policies in an effort to increase transparency and understanding of our agency's operations. You are welcome to contact our agency for any further questions or comments.
The Maple Grove Police Department was officially created in 1954 with the election of two constables. By 1962, the department had grown to four part-time police officers.
Today, the department consists of four divisions:
- Administrative support
- Professional standards
Review the organizational chart (PDF) for details.
Tour the Public Safety Facility
Tours are available and must be made by appointment. Please email the CSO coordinator to schedule a tour.
Car seat checks
Car seat inspections are available to Maple Grove residents and employees of Maple Grove businesses. Please contact Maple Grove crime prevention by email or phone at 763-494-6134 to schedule an appointment.
Peddler / solicitor applications and registrations
View the Police Department annual reports in the archive center.
Who to call
Call 911 to:
- File a police report
- Report a crime
- To speak with a police officer