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We need you to partner with us to help make Fridley a safe, friendly, vibrant and stable community.
You make the difference!
Primary Goals of the Fridley Neighborhood Watch program and Neighborhood Resource Officer program:
Build a partnership between the community and the police
Help police and citizens deal with issues by using problem-solving skills & techniques
Fridley neighborhoods are organized into 11 districts, and each district has 2 Neighborhood Resource Officers. The NRO is a familiar face in the neighborhood, a connection to the Fridley Police Department, and is able to assist you in developing long term solutions to neighborhood problems.
Click Here for a List of Neighborhood Resource Officers and a Map of the districts
In the event of an emergency or crime, or if you want to talk to an officer immediately, don't hesitate to call 9-1-1. All of our officers are willing to respond and help in any way that they can.
For more information on how you can get involved with Fridley's Neighborhood Watch program, contact Myra Harris with the Fridley Police Department at (763) 572-3638 or
We offer a variety of ways to stay up-to-date on Police activity in your neighborhood, crime alerts and community events. Here is a partial list of ways you can get information:
Join Fridley Police in NextDoor.com for neighborhood-specific alerts and crime activity
Sign up for News Alerts in various categories
and city departments
City of Fridley on Facebook
Follow Us on Twitter @CityofFridley
Attend a Crime Prevention Event
Join the Fridley Police Citizen's Academy
2016 Block Captain Meeting PowerPoint Presentation
Night to Unite
Join the Police Citizen's Academy
Attend a Crime Prevention Program
Report a Concern
Connect with Us
Attend a Council Meeting
Fridley 49er Days
Apply for a Job
Become a Firefighter
Recreation Activities & Classes
Springbrook Nature Center
Join a Commission
Become a Tree Steward