Submit a police report online
Reports for past-action incidents can be submitted online, including lost property, theft, theft from a vehicle and vandalism. Reportable incidents include those that likely require a police report but do not require a police response. If you would like or need a police officer to respond to the scene, all the police non-emergency line at 952.924.2618.
Note: If you are experiencing an emergency, call 911 immediately.
How to submit
- Submit a report online
- A police officer will review your report and either respond with an email verification or contact you directly if more information is needed.
Issues related to nuisances and livability concerns can be submitted online through mystlouispark.
How to request a report
To request a copy of a police report, chose one of the following options.
- Call 952.924.2600
- Request in-person at the police department, 3015 Raleigh Ave. S.
- Monday – Friday between 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Please allow up to five days for the report to be processed. You can call in advance to see if you can pick the report up sooner. Cash, check, money order, VISA or MasterCard are acceptable forms of payment.
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.
Completed forms may returned:
- By email to Christine Tuuri at firstname.lastname@example.org
- By fax: 952.924.2676
- By mail: St. Louis Park Police Department
Attn: Christine Tuuri
3015 Raleigh Ave. S.
St. Louis Park, MN 55416
Automated license plate recognition system (ALPR)
To request ALPR data on your registered vehicle, choose one of the following options:
- Call 952.924.2600
- Request information in person at the police department, 3015 Raleigh Ave. S.
- Email Christine Tuuri, records supervisor, at email@example.com
View the ALPR policy.
Minnesota Data Practices Act
The St. Louis Park Police Department strictly adheres to the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act, which classifies data as public, private and/or confidential. You may be asked to provide picture identification and/or written authorization from the parties involved in order to get a report.
For more information on the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act, go to the Minnesota Revisor's Office website. Statutes related to the classification of law enforcement data are in Section 13.82 of the Data Practices Act.