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We Want Your Feedback

The department is working to update its Response to Resistance and Aggression Policy. It is designed to provide better guidance and more accurately reflect the way we do our job. We value the voice of the community we serve and look forward to receiving feedback.

Presentation on the Saint Paul Police Department's draft Use of Force Policy

Saint Paul Police Department General Orders for Response to Resistance or Aggression

We invite you to review the policy and share your feedback here.

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About the Department

The Saint Paul Police Department is a full service agency led by the Office of the Chief and three divisions:

The Department employs approximately 800 people, including more than 600 sworn officers. In 2016, the SPPD responded to about 220,000 calls for service and investigated about 12,000 Part I crimes.