Trust | Service | Respect
Protect the peace and maintain public safety through trusted service with respect.
Updated RRA Policy
After months of reviewing policies from across the country, examining its own practices and listening to feedback at three public forums and more than a dozen community meetings, the Saint Paul Police Department has published an updated version of its use of force policy.
The department received more than 100 submissions from community members, all of which were individually reviewed by Axtell - and many of which were incorporated into the updated policy.
You may view the policy and see what community feedback was included here.
Become a Saint Paul Police Officer, or get involved in other career opportunities with SPPD.
21st Century Policing Report
The Saint Paul Police Department is committed to 21st Century policing.
How Are We Doing?
Information and Data Requests
Do you need:
- A copy of a police or accident report
- Pictures from an accident
- Video from accident, traffic stop or arrest
- Transcript of a 911 call
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.