Mound, Minnesota Police Station Information
The overall crime rate in Mound is 45% lower than the national average. For every 100,000 people, there are 4.26 daily crimes that occur in Mound. Mound is safer than 61% of the cities in the United States. In Mound you have a 1 in 65 chance of becoming a victim of any crime. The number of total year over year crimes in Mound has decreased by 10%.
Mound has contracted with Orono Police Department for services since January, 2013. The Orono Police Department is proud to serve the communities of Spring Park, Minnetonka Beach, Mound and Orono. The police department covers approximately 28 square miles of land and 20,000 citizens. The Orono Police Department prides itself on making the communities feel safe through enforcement and by building strong lasting relationships with citizens and businesses.
Mound Police Department Address:
Correy Farniok, Police Chief
2730 Kelley Parkway
Orono, MN 55356
The Adult Corrections Facility provides short-term (up to one year) custody and programming for adult offenders convicted of felony, gross misdemeanor, and misdemeanor offenses. The facility has a capacity of 477 — 399 beds in the men’s section and 78 beds in the women’s.
Open Records Request in Mound, Minnesota
You may request information and/or copies of police reports through the Orono Police Department by calling or stopping in during regular business hours or by mailing the attached request form to the department. If charges are pending, you may be referred to the prosecuting attorney for a copy of the report. If a case is under active investigation, you may not have access to the entire report until it is resolved. Depending on the information requested, there may be a fee and up to a 10 day waiting period, although requests are generally able to be fulfilled sooner.
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Mound, Minnesota
To find out how to take care of a warrant, call the sheriff’s office at 612-348-2000. You need a case or warrant number to receive information over the phone. If you don’t have a case or warrant number, have the full name and date of birth and call district court at 612-348-2040. If you aren’t sure if you have a warrant, or to turn yourself in on a warrant, visit the public safety facility. You’ll go through weapons screening.