Police Department

 

The City of Savage is an exceptional city and the efforts of our police officers, civilian support staff, volunteers, citizens, and the steadfast public safety support from the Mayor and City Council have made a positive impact on the quality of life in the community.  We will continue to meet the needs of our citizens and do it with a professional and dedicated staff. 

A safe community begins with teamwork and partnership with you.  To help prevent crime, remember our crime prevention slogan:  "Lock It or Lose It" and please be involved in your community by reporting suspicious activities.  As always, I look forward to seeing you around our beautiful city. 

 

"Coming together is a beginning.  Keeping together is progress.  Working together is success."  Henry Ford

 

Rodney R. Seurer
Chief of Police

                                 
   

                                       

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Phone Numbers & Hours

Phone Numbers:
9-1-1 To Report an Emergency.
952.882.2600 Savage Police Department
952.445.1411 Scott County Central Dispatch

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Business Hours:
Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. are the Administration hours for the building. During these business hours persons may obtain copies of reports, gun permits, or other information. The police respond 24 hours a day and 365 days a year for people who need assistance or need to report something. Scott County Central Dispatch answers emergency and non-emergency calls 24 hours a day. They also answer our administration line after business hours.



Mission and Philosophy

The mission of the police department is:
"The Savage Police Department is committed to serving the community to the best of our ability, while adhering to the highest moral and professional standards of conduct at all times. Our goal is to provide public safety services to the citizens we come in contact with, and develop a successful relationship with our community. To succeed in any relationship we must be firm, fair and consistent in our contact, but understanding and compassionate in providing our services."

The men and women of the Savage Police Department continuously put forth tremendous efforts to help keep our community as safe as possible.

The Savage Police Department is committed to developing comprehensive solutions to community problems, provide enhanced police services and forging new strengths in combating crime.


Organizational Chart

Police Organizational Chart 



Operations Bureau

Operations Bureau is headed by Captain Jeff Appel. Four Patrol Sergeants report to Captain Simon, and he also leads the Tri-City Tactical Team.

The Patrol Sergeants supervise the Patrol Officers, and also are in charge of department programs.
Patrol Division                  Speed Reduction
Predatory Offenders         Tri-City Tactical Team
Safe & Sober                   Training
Scheduling         




Administration Bureau

Administrative Services is headed by Captain Bruce Simon, who oversees the following divisions.

  • Community Services Division
  • Investigative Division
  • Support Services Division


Commendations

Each month, the Savage Police department receives letters from individuals who wish to commend the service they have received from Savage Police Officers. A record of each commendation is included in the personnel file of the officer. But more than the commendation itself, these letters provide a sample of the quality and variety of service that Savage Police Officers provide to the residents of Savage.

Following are actual letters received by the Department, with names, addresses and other sensitive information removed from the letter as necessary to protect privacy. New Commendation letters will be replaced and updated on a regular basis.

How to Commend an Officer
The Savage Police Department is committed to rewarding officers and employees for commendable actions and service. Anyone who feels that an employee has performed his or her duties in a particularly courteous, helpful or competent manner may commend the employee by:

  • Phoning the commendation to 952-882-2600
  • Email the Savage Police Department at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Writing a letter directed to the Chief of Police at: Savage Police Department, 6000 McColl Drive, Savage, Minnesota 55378


Be sure to obtain the employee’s name and the unit that he or she is assigned to, if possible. Commendations become a part of the employee’s personnel file.

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