Join the Fridley Police Chief on Facebook, Wednesday, March 1, for a Q & A on police policy and training regarding use of force, 12:30 - 1:30 pm. Your questions; honest, direct answers. Facebook.com/CityofFridley
Suspect forced entry into an occupied home. Victim awoke to the noise and immediately dialed 911. Suspect fled without taking anything and victim was unharmed.
It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of our beloved Canine Partner, Nitro. Our thoughts are with Sgt. McClish, his family, the entire Fridley PD, and the Fridley community. Nitro will be greatly missed.
On the afternoon of Friday, February 3, 2017, K-9 Nitro became very sick. He was rushed to an emergency veterinary clinic. Unfortunately, he passed away shortly after.
K9 Nitro entered into retirement on December 30, 2016, after 7 years of faithful service...
Thieves are on the lookout for unattended vehicles warming up and busy people who need to run inside for "just a minute". Remember, always lock your vehicle, remove valuables an park in a well-lit area.
Fridley Police are launching an exciting program for young adults, ages 14 to 18, to explore law enforcement careers and gain invaluable skills and experience. Explorers are trained alongside active Officers and compete at a state competition!
The explorer program is the co-ed young adult division of learning for life that provides young adults, ages 14-18, with experiences, guidance, skills and opportunities to explore their career aspirations and lifetime interests.
The mission of Fridley ...Read on...
There has been some concerns lately with coyotes in the area. Hazing, or scaring the animal away, is the most effective way to react to encounters with these animals.
Killing does not solve problem-causing coyotes. According the Humane Society of the United States, as coyotes have expanded their range across North America, this can trigger alarm in people who fear for the safety of their pets and children. Some communi...Read on...