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Police Open Data

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

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.

Crime statistics

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

View the Crime Statistics dashboard >

Use this interactive dashboard to view and explore:

  • Overall crime trends over the last five years
  • Crimes by year and/or month
  • Crime by category and type
  • Crime by neighborhood

Viewing on a mobile device?

Open the mobile-friendly dashboard >

Want the data?

Download the crime statistics data a CSV file (data updated monthly) >

Shots fired

Since 2020, Brooklyn Park Police have been tracking shots fired events and adding them to a public dashboard. Use the interactive dashboard to view shots fired by neighborhood.

View the Shots Fired dashboard >

Viewing on a mobile device?

Open the mobile-friendly dashboard >

Submit a tip

You can anonymously submit a tip to Brooklyn Park Police Department or receive alerts through our Tip411 service.

Sign up for Tip411 >

Request a report

To request a copy of a police report, please visit our North or South Precinct, hours listed at bottom of this page. In most instances, you will be required to pick up the report in person from one of our locations, however, you may also make your request by emailing BPPDRecords@brooklynpark.org.

Learn more about requesting police reports >

Traffic Stop Data

This 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.

About Traffic Stop Data

Brooklyn Park Police Chief Craig Enevoldsen provides background to the Traffic Stop Data project.

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 beginning in 2017 and 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.

Community Crime Map

The LexisNexis® Community Crime Map connects law enforcement with the community to reduce crime and improve public safety. Crime mapping helps the public get a better idea of the crime activity in their area so they can make more informed decisions about how to stay safe.

Policy Manual

This manual has been written to serve the City of Brooklyn Park, its residents and the members of the Brooklyn Park Police Department.