Mission - Protecting Our Community and Improving Quality of Life through Service, Education, and Enforcement
E-Reporting for Police Reports
In response to the current COVID-19 Pandemic, the Police Department encourages people to reduce face-to-face contact and file an e-report for gathering information about non-person and after the fact crimes. People should continue to call 911 during an emergency. The E-Report is intended as a means for the public to provide police with information, while not risking exposure by giving report information in person.
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Calling all fishermen or anyone who’s interested in casting a line with Apple Valley Police officers. Read on about Casting with the Cops...
Apple Valley Police to host annual Watchdog Walker event on June 22, 2021 Read on about watchdog walkers...
Feeding and attractant bans are in place across the state to prevent concentrations of wild deer in areas with a higher risk for disease. These bans are precautionary steps the DNR took after finding deer that tested positive for chronic wasting disease. Read on about ban on feeding deer...
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- Filing and Receiving Reports
- Lost, Stolen, and Impounded
- Crime Prevention
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