Minneapolis Police Department
Records Information Unit
Our offices are closed to the public until further notice, but you can still request police data.
To submit a request for MPD data:
- Fill out a request form online
- Fill out a paper form outside the door of Room 31 of City Hall and place completed forms in the request bin, which will be checked frequently by staff
- Call 311 and speak to an agent
PLEASE NOTE: Requests individuals make for data about themselves (“subjects of the data”) will be prioritized during this time.
The Records Information Unit will contact requestors regarding how to collect their data once it has been processed.
MPD Licensing Division
Minneapolis City Hall
350 South 5th Street,
Minneapolis, MN 55415-1389
There is no walk-in service at this time
Property & Evidence Unit
Due to COVID-19 threat, restrictions to the release of personal property are in effect for everyone’s health and safety. Only 2 people at a time will be allowed into the public lobby. Everyone will be asked to maintain a 6’ or more distance from one another. For faster service, please call ahead to make arrangements for property pick up.
For more information, see Property and Evidence Unit
Minneapolis Police Crime Map and Dashboards
We provide much of our statistical data in an interactive graphical format. View the crime maps and dashboards page for a complete list of this data.
How Do I…
Call 911 FOR EMERGENCIES
Call 311 for non-emergency crimes or incidents that do not require a police response.
Submit an online police report to report incidents like theft, lost property, or damage to property.
Learn more ways to report a crime or send an anonymous tip.
Call the Tip Line at (612) 692-TIPS (8477) with information about a crime.
Protecting Young People from Sex Trafficking
The City of Minneapolis is committed to making the city a safe place for all youth and preventing the sexual exploitation and trafficking of juveniles.
Last updated Jun 26, 2020