420 N. Pokegama Ave.
Grand Rapids, MN. 55744
Emergency Phone: 9-1-1
Non-Emergency Phone: 218-326-3464
"In partnership with our community, the mission of Grand Rapids Police Department is to be the model of excellence in policing by enforcing laws while safeguarding the constitutional rights of all people, reduce the fear of crime, and provide a quality service to all of our residents and visitors. We commit ourselves to the values of integrity, impartiality and professionalism."
The City of Grand Rapids, along with the Minnesota DNR, will allow a special antlerless hunt to take place this fall, similar to the one in 2013. A leading cause of the continual increase of deer in the city
Grand Rapids Police Department Administrative Citation Procedure Background Information: Under the new administrative ticket law, it is required that the city inform the recipient of an administrative citation of his or her right to challenge the citation, provide a “civil process” for challenges, and
Now that spring has sprung, we see what the snow has hidden along. With warmer weather approaching, we have been receiving multiple complaints with concerns regarding household trash attracting wildlife. As citizens of the Grand Rapids area, we would like to inform
The Grand Rapids Police Department has 19 full-time personnel including: a Chief of Police, Assistant Chief, one Administrative Sergeant, and two Patrol Sergeants, two Investigators, two School Liaison Officers, eleven Patrol Officers, one K-9 team, a Community Assistance Officer and two Secretarial/Dispatch staff. The Grand Rapids Police Department is supported by a 15-member Volunteer Police Reserve Unit.