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Yes. The purpose of using body-worn-cameras (BWCs) is to capture evidence arising from police-citizen encounters. This policy sets forth guidelines governing the use of BWCs and administering the data that results. Compliance with these guidelines is mandatory, but it is recognized that officers must also attend to other primary duties and the safety of all concerned, sometimes in circumstances that are tense, uncertain, and rapidly evolving. View the Body Worn Camera Policy.
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The best way is to fill out the Compliment a Cop Form.
This way we can track the compliments and ensure they are passed along to those you are commending and their supervisors. We might also use the information as the basis for an official commendation or other recognition. While some of these fields are not required, please provide at least an email address or phone number so we are able to contact you if we have questions.
To apply to participate, email Jeff a completed Police Reserve Program Application or visit Police Reserves to lean more.
If you wish to receive a copy of a police report, please call the administrative office at 763-421-2971. Five to ten business days are needed for processing these requests. The fee for a copy of a report is 25 cents per page. View types of reports.
Online forms are coming soon! View permit information.
If you are going to be away from your home for an extended period of time, fill out the Home Security Check Form.
Yes. View curfew information.
Yes, bring recent vet documents, showing proof of current rabies vaccination, and tag number, into the Police Department. Other information needed includes the owner's name, address and phone, and the dog's name, age, breed, gender and coloring. View fees and waste regulation information on the animal control & licensing webpage.
Yes. View the UAV Policy.
Yes. The Champlin Police Department Complaint Form is for reporting allegations of misconduct by a police officer, 911 dispatcher, office staff or other member of the Champlin Police Department.
The Champlin Police Department accepts and documents all complaints and investigates them where warranted. If you provide contact information, you will be notified if an investigation into the allegation is warranted and the findings when the investigation is complete. The city must comply with state and federal laws pertaining to employee privacy rights, therefore only the finding will be disclosed.
Dispositions will be classified as one of the following:
If the complaint is Sustained or Sustained with Qualifications, one or more of the following actions will be taken: