Public Safety Department

"Fight Crime, Promote Safety"

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Proudly serving the Cities of Minnetrista & St. Bonifacius, the Public Safety Department employs a Chief, Lieutenant, two Sergeants, nine Police Officers, two Community Service Officers and two secretaries.

Non-Emergency Public Safety: 952-446-1131

Emergency: 911

Citizen's Academy

The Citizen's Police Academy is a FREE public education program designed to familiarize citizens with the Minnetrista Police Department and what goes into making our community a safe place to live, work or visit.  Participants meet one night per week for 6 weeks.  This is a great opportunity to meet your police officers, fellow citizens, and to learn why we do what we do.  The 2017 academy will run for six sessions starting on September 12th through October 17, 2017.  Classes meet on Tuesday nights from 6:30 to 9:00pm.  Contact the Minnetrista Police Department at (952)446-1131 (Monday - Friday between 8:00 am - 4:30 pm) to register.  You can also email us your application to  Due to the nature of the material presented, all applicants will be screened for criminal backgrounds.

2017 Citizen's Academy Application
2017 Citizens Police Academy Flyer

Lake Minnetonka Heart Safe Initiative

Minnetrista Public Safety CRIME FIGHTER Newsletter


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Driving Records

The Minnetrista Police Department has access to driving records for law enforcement purposes only.  Minnesota Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS) does not allow us to provide that data to individuals or businesses.  To obtain a driving record, contact DVS at (651)296-6911.

Identity Theft

A Child Is Missing

Minnetrista Police has joined forces with a new program called A Child Is Missing.  This program helps law enforcement keep the public informed if a child goes missing in their area.

Crime Stoppers MN

Hennepin County Curfew

Fire Departments and Area Coverage

Animal Regulations FAQ

Current Hunting Map

Safe Storage of Firearms