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."
Local organizations donate bikes to be given away each year at National Night Out
In its 125 year history, the Grand Rapids Police Department has worked hard to keep citizens safe, and 2015 was no exception. Last year, the department responded to 12,574 calls. In addition to calls, the Police Department accomplished a number
Check out the highlights of the 2016 Polar Plunge where 146 plungers raised over $38,000 for Special Olympics athletes in Itasca County!
This year, the City of Grand Rapids, along with the Minnesota DNR, will again be conducting a special city deer hunt. The hunt will be an intensive harvest with a five deer limit and include archery, regular firearms, and muzzleloader. The
The Grand Rapids Police Department has 20 full-time personnel including: a Chief of Police, Assistant Chief, one Administrative Sergeant, and four Patrol Sergeants, two Investigators, two School Liaison Officers, eight Patrol Officers, one K-9 team, a Community Service Officer and two administrative assistants. The Grand Rapids Police Department is supported by a 15-member Volunteer Police Reserve Unit.