Police met with residents in the following neighborhoods in the spring: Shelard Park, Kilmer, Crestview, Westwood Hills, Cedar Manor, Pennsylvania Park, Willow Park, Eliot, Eliot View, Blackstone and Cedarhurst. We are looking forward to meeting with more residents this fall in the following neighborhoods: Bronx Park, Birchwood, Lake Forest...
updated: Wednesday, July 22, 2015
The Joint Community Police Partnership (JCPP) is a collaborative effort of the cities of St. Louis Park, Richfield, Hopkins, Bloomington, Brooklyn Park, and Brooklyn Center; Hennepin County and the Northwest Hennepin Human Services Council.
Our mission is to enhance communication and understanding between law enforcement and multicultural residents of these cities. We are working together to build safer communities.
Our focus is:
- Improving the community members’ knowledge an understanding of police procedures and laws;
- Improving police officers’ knowledge and understanding of a diverse cultural communities;
- Providing more opportunities for positive interaction and two-way communication between police officers and community members.
Funding for the Community Liaison position and this program is provided by Hennepin County. Partner cities provide in-kind support including but not limited to providing office space and equipment, supplies, and supervisory staff for the Community Liaison.
Afton Martens | JCPP Coordinator
P: (952) 924-2185 | email@example.com
updated: Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Block Captain Program information
updated: Thursday, June 25, 2015
The police department has one sworn police officer assigned to community outreach. This officer coordinates citywide programs such as Neighborhood Watch and National Night Out. This officer also coordinates the crime free multi-housing program, prepares neighborhood surveys, coordinates neighborhood meetings and addresses a variety of...
updated: Thursday, July 16, 2015
The Block Captain Newsletter is distributed to all block captains in the City of St. Louis Park. See below for recent newsletters. If you are interested in becoming a block captain, please click here for more information.
Block Captain Newsletter - Winter 2015
Block Captain Newsletter - Fall 2014
Block Captain Newsletter - Spring 2013
Block Captain Newsletter - Winter 2012
Block Captain Newsletter - Fall 2012
Block Captain Newsletter - Spring 2012
Block Captain Newsletter- Winter 2011/2012
Block Captain Newsletter - Fall 2011
Block Captain Newsletter - Spring 2011
updated: Monday, October 05, 2015
To identify problems and track trends, the Police Department routinely surveys one of its four patrol districts each year. These surveys ask residents to respond to questions about the quality of their neighborhood, livability issues and safety concerns. With the information gained from these voluntary surveys, officers tackle the most chronic problems...