The Public Safety department is made up of two divisions, Police and Fire, that specialize in various safety services in the city.
Criminal prosecution in the City of Fridley is split between two prosecutor offices. Depending on the felony level of the offense, your case will be be prosecuted by the Anoka County Attorney's Office or the Coon Rapids City Attorney's Office.
Online Police Reporting is for incidents such as abandoned vehicle, house watch request, lost property, traffic complaint, theft, property damage and theft from a vehicle.
Find and download commonly requested Police division forms including property loss sheet, ride-a-long request, witness statement form and more.
Fridley Public Safety offers many different community programs to help prevent crime, get to know residents, spread awareness on fire prevention and more.
Fill out the form to request a copy of a previously filed police report.
Submit an anonymous tip to Fridley Police through an online form. These tips are truly anonymous and no identification information is recorded when you submit a tip.