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The St. Louis Park Police Department is implementing the use of body-worn cameras for its officers. Body-worn cameras are now being tested, with the goal that body-worn cameras will be put into use by officers by the second quarter of 2019. View the body-worn camera policy.

The police department will be following the general records retention schedule established the Minnesota Clerks and Finance Officers Association (MCFOA).

Background

With the assistance of the police advisory and human rights commissions, and the multi-cultural advisory committee, work on a policy for the use of body-worn cameras began in early 2018. A draft policy was presented to the city council at a study session Aug. 13, followed by a public hearing at the Aug. 20 regular city council meeting, further discussion at an Aug. 27 city council study session, then adoption in September.

Body-worn camera/dashboard camera video request

To request a video from a police body-worn camera or vehicle dashboard camera, complete the video request form.

Return completed forms by:

  • Email to Christine Tuuri at ctuuri@stlouispark.org
  • Fax to 952.924.2676
  • Mail:
    St. Louis Park Police Department
    Attn: Christine Tuuri
    3015 Raleigh Ave. S.
    St. Louis Park, MN 55416