Saint Paul Police Department

367 Grove St.
Saint Paul, MN 55101

Non-Emergency Dispatch

Police Emergency
Dial 911

How is the SPPD Doing?
Police Community Feedback Form

Would you like to compliment a Saint Paul Police Department employee?
Form to Compliment an SPPD Employee

Information and Data Requests

Do you need:
•A copy of a police or accident report
•Pictures from an accident
•Video from accident, traffic stop or arrest
•Transcript of a 911 call

Follow This Link To Make A Data Request

To report an incident

You can either call the non-emergency number, 651-291-1111 or you can enter the information in the web form. For a police emergency, dial 911. Unless they have your consent, all contact information provided will be kept confidential.

All concerns will be investigated. If a violation is found, a compliance letter will be issued to the property owner. Depending on the type of violation, the City gives property owners time to resolve most violations; therefore you may not always see immediate results.

Types of incidents you can report:
Abandoned Vehicles (report after 48 hours)
Animal Complaint
Ask a General Question
Complaint about City Employee
Discrimination Complaint
Fair Housing Complaint
Fire and EMS
Hazardous Parking
Human Rights
Loose or Protruding Manhole Cover
Noise Nuisance
Opinion (general)
Parking and Parking Meters
Police Issue
Property Maintenance
Rental Property Complaint
Right of Way Obstruction and Signs
Taxi, Unlicensed Taxi
Traffic Signals
Traffic and Road Signs
Vacant Buildings

St Paul Crime Statistics Map

St Paul Police Department (SPPD) breaks up the City of St Paul into 3 Districts (Western, Central, and Eastern) and further into Crime Statistics Grids.  They track various crimes throughout the city.  They have a monthly go to chart that tells by type of crime and where the crimes happened.  We are providing a Crime Statistics Map (you can find where you live according to it), and the link to the Crime Statistics of the SPPD, which we’ve just found out they closed it off to the public (it used to be open to the public to look where the crime is happening).

St Paul Police Crime Statistics Grid Map

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Then consider the Xcel Energy Alley Lighting Program.

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