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North St. Paul Crime Tip Line
Do not use this service for emergencies or in-progress crimes. Call 911.
Call our local Crime Tip Line at 651-767-0640
Call received on our anonymous tip line are recorded on an answering machine in our department. Police supervisors regularly check the messages and distribute the information per our department’s guidelines. All information received will be thoroughly evaluated and disseminated accordingly.
It’s the mission of the North St. Paul Police Department to protect and serve the people of our community and we need your help. Use our Anonymous Tip form or phone line to share information on criminal or suspicious activity. Nothing is too small to report. You can, and should share anything and everything with us.
- When calling the Tip Line or using our online form, please be as descriptive as possible by including:
- Describing the incident or reason for the tip
- Names, descriptions, addresses, license plate numbers or other information to assist our investigation
- No one will contact you, or know who you are unless you want us to.
- Callers are encouraged to leave their names and phone number to assist with any follow-up.
- Your action helps us make North St. Paul a safe place to live while improving your quality of life.
There are criminal penalties for falsely reporting a crime or using the phone or online form in a harassing manner. Please contact our Anonymous Tip Line with what you perceive as appropriate and factual information only.
Submit Your Crime Tips Online
Submit Your Crime Tips Online Directly to the North St. Paul Police Department
Submit Your Traffic Complaints Online
You make a difference. Help get important information to law enforcement through Crime Stoppers.
- Call toll-free, 24/7 tip line at 800-222-8477
- Submit a tip directly to Crime Stoppers online
- Download the Free Crime Stoppers P3 Tips Mobile app and submit anonymous, secure tips from our mobile app on Google Play or the App Store
All contact with Crime Stoppers is anonymous and you may qualify for a reward of up to $1,000. Visit the Crime Stoppers of Minnesota website for more information.