News and Alerts

Fingerprints Service Resumed

Posted November 30th, 2017.  The South Lake Minnetonka Police Department is once again able to accommodate requests from individuals needing their fingerprints taken.  Since June of 2017, we have been unable to ac…

Scam Alert

A resident in the South Lake Minnetonka area received a letter from scammers pretending to be the Publishers Clearing House (PCH). The letter congratulated this…

SLMPD Administrative Office Closed November 13th

The SLMPD Administrative Offices will be closed Monday, November 13th, in observance of Veteran’s Day.  Officers are always available by calling 911 or 952-258-5321.  The office will reopen on Tuesday, November 14…

Toys for Tots Drive

The SLMPD is participating in the annual Toys for Tots drive again this year.  We are accepting donations beginning now through December 21st.  If you wish to contribute, please drop off your donated item during o…

SLMPD Swears In its two newest officers

On June 13th, the SLMPD held a Swearing In ceremony for Officer Adam Moore during a department meeting.  Officer Moore began his SLMPD career as a police officer on January 9th, 2017.  Prior to that he was a deput…

Protect yourself from Scams and Frauds

The SLMPD is partnering with AARP on ways you can protect yourself from various Frauds and Scams. SLMPD Detective Olson will be presenting a segment on what we are seein…

Crime Alert – Burglaries

Several west metro communities, including the communities of Excelsior, Shorewood, and Deephaven have reported being the victim of a burglary.  In MN, a burglary is when someone enters a building without consent an…

SLMPD Fingerprint Service Temporarily Unavailable

Fingerprint Requests – Temporarily Unavailable.

The South Lake Minnetonka Police Department is having some technical difficulty with our LiveScan Fingerprint computer and are temporarily unable to assist…

Beware of Scams

Be careful about scammers claiming to be from Xcel Energy or other businesses claiming you have not paid your bill.  A recent example was a business receiving a call from someone claiming to be from Xcel Energy sta…

Night to Unite!!

It’s not too early to start thinking about the annual Night to Unite (NTU) for 2017.  This year NTU is on Tuesday, August 1st.  Fillable PDF Registration forms are located on our website (NTU Registration Forms) a…


BudgetBudget Process

Follow the Budget Process

The South Lake Minnetonka Police Department (SLMPD) operates under a cooperative policing arrangement between the cities of Excelsior, Greenwood, Shorewood and Tonka Bay. The SLMPD is dependent on these member cities for the majority of its revenue for operating and capital expenses. The deadline for adopting an operating budget for the following year is September 1st of the current year. In order to meet this timeline, the process needs to commence well in advance so that the chief of police (administrator) along with staff can develop a budget proposal for the SLMPD governing board (Coordinating Committee) to consider and pass along to the member city councils for consideration.

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