Professional Standards

This division is comprised of the Police Chief, Administrative Secretary, Support Services Manager, 6 full-time Police Technicians and data entry personnel.

The division is responsible for the overall management of the department by providing all employees the tools, technology and resources necessary for the implementation of the department’s mission. This includes ensuring all officers attend continuing education and training required by the MN POST Board for peace officer licensing.

Another important function of administration is maintaining police records and data. Police technicians transcribe reports, file, update, and report to state and national databases. In addition to maintaining police records, the Administrative Division responds to various inquiries by phone, walk-in, email and direct mail from the public and other criminal justice agencies. Technicians provide clerical support, maintain the tracking of evidence and property, including video evidence. If you are in need of a police report, please view our Police Reports section of the website which describes how to obtain a report.

The Coon Rapids Police Department participates in the Anoka County public safety data system which encompasses all public safety entities within Anoka County.