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Police open data

Brooklyn Park police are working to make open data dashboards available to the public.

About this page

Brooklyn Park Police have been collecting traffic stop data and you can view the data below. You will also find links to the community crime map, policy manual and contact information for the chief.

Open data resources

About the traffic stop data

Brooklyn Park police are creating open data dashboards. The interactive tool brings you inside the department and allows you to see data based on race, gender, location and much more. The hope is to use this data as a tool to start or continue conversations with the community to help build trust and relationships.

This dashboard is one of many to follow that is in direct response to community questions about specific crime information. The data dashboard shows data from Jan. 1, 2017. The data is updated quarterly.

The dashboards are a work in progress and could change based on input from both the department and community. This is a project Chief Craig Enevoldsen is working on.

Craig Enevoldsen

Craig Enevoldsen, Police Chief

Craig is the chief of police for the City of Brooklyn Park and started his career with the Brooklyn Park Police Department in 1991. He has served in a number of capacities including school resource officer, detective, crisis negotiator, patrol sergeant and later as the captain of uniformed patrol.

As the patrol captain, he oversaw all of the day-to-day operations of uniformed patrol and oversaw several departmental projects. He was promoted to deputy chief in 2010 and helped develop and implement geographic, sector-based policing. Craig was appointed as police chief in December of 2014. He is a 2005 graduate of Northwestern University Police Staff and Command School and a 2014 graduate of the University of Virginia Senior Executive Institute.

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