Saint Paul Minnesota The most livable city in America.
Search
Go To Search
Excessive Consumption of Services
Overview
Ordinance Chapter 267 deals with Excessive Consumption of Police Services (ECPSO). The police department has instituted a program to track nuisance properties that experience excessive calls to a specific location. This ordinance is not intended to penalize victims of certain crimes or activities nor become a revenue producer for the City.

For further information, please email Officer Jeff Jacobsson or call him at (651) 266-5625.

Considered a Nuisance
A nuisance event includes, but is not limited to:
  • Loud and boisterous conduct
  • Noises and activities disturbing the peace
  • Congregation of two or more persons in intoxicated condition or under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Fighting or use of obscene or inflammatory language
  • Loud music constituting a nuisance or disturbing the peace
  • Activities causing excessive pedestrian / vehicular traffic, parking problems, and congestion
  • Events occurring after 11:00 pm to sunrise of the following day which disturb the peace and tranquility of the neighborhood
  • Use and display of narcotics, illegal drugs, and controlled substances and paraphernalia for its use
  • Congregating in a tumultuous, noisy, or rowdy crowd
  • Indecent exposure or lewd conduct

Not Considered a Nuisance
Calls for service will not be considered a nuisance event when:
  • The victim and suspect are family / household members
  • It is a report of stalking or harassment


Home | Contact | Site Map | Accessibility | Disability Access | Policies & Practices | Copyright Notices | Powered by CivicPlus