The Maple Grove Police Department was officially created in 1954 with the election of two constables. By 1962, the department had grown to four part-time police officers.
Today, the Maple Grove Police Department consists of a Police Chief, Captain of Patrol, Captain of Services, Investigative Sergeant, Administrative Sergeant, Jail Administrator Sergeant, Patrol Sergeants, Patrol Officers, Investigators, CSOs, Crime Prevention Officer, Reserves, Explorers, Crime Analyst, Property and Evidence Technician, Range Coordinator, and a Records Management Team.
Law Enforcement Training Facility (LETF) / Firearm Range
Our Law Enforcement Training Facility is now available for public use/shooting.
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Dog and Cat Licensing Requirement
Effective January 1, 2013, dog and cat owners will no longer be required to purchase a city animal license.
The changes to our code are consistent with the ordinances in many metropolitan area communities. Our research showed that licensing was not beneficial to the return of animals. Most animals found running at large were unlicensed. More often, animals were returned because they had an identification tag, rabies tag, or an implanted microchip.
The new requirement for domestic animals (dogs, cats and ferrets) is as follows:
Sec 6-42 Identification Required
(a) Dog and cat owners are no longer required to obtain an animal license for their pet.
(b) All dogs, cats, and ferrets are required to have some identification on them. Identification allowed under this subdivision includes microchips, veterinarian issued rabies tags, or any tags or collars with contact information and phone number(s) inscribed on it.
In addition, all dogs, cats and ferrets must have a current rabies vaccination administered by a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine per city code Sec. 6-41 (b).
Any questions regarding this new requirement can be referred to CSO Program Coordinator, Ann M. Sargent firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tour the Public Safety Facility
Tours are available every Tuesday from 10:00 a.m to 12:00 p.m. and from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Contact the CSO Coordinator to schedule a tour.
Car Seat Checks
Car seat inspections are available to Maple Grove residents and employees of Maple Grove businesses. Please contact Maple Grove Crime Prevention at 763-494-6134 to schedule an appointment.
Police Patch Requests
We receive numerous requests for our patches from patch collectors and other law enforcement enthusiasts around the world. The uniform patches of the Maple Grove Police Department are restricted. Patches are purchased with city funds, and for security reasons, it is our policy to only issue uniform patches to authorized employees of the department.
Our uniform patch is not currently available to the public and is not available for purchase.
Amy Sue Pagnac
On 08/05/1989, Amy and her non-biological father Marshall Midden took a day trip to the family property in Isanti County, Minnesota. On the way home, Marshall stopped at the Holiday gas station in Osseo, Minnesota. According to Marshall, Amy waited in the car while he went inside to use the restroom. Marshall reported upon returning to his car that Amy had disappeared. Amy has never been seen again.
Amy was 13 years old at the time of her disappearance and the Maple Grove Police Department is asking for the community’s help to bring Amy home. We are requesting that anyone with information about this incident, or knowledge of who may be involved, please call:
Detective Travis Pobuda at 763-494-6195
Maple Grove Police at 763-494-6100
Anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS
SMS Text Tip Text “TIP674” plus message to CRIMES(274637)