The Staff of the Dayton Police department is committed to giving the highest level of service for every call and every crime reported.
Contacting the Police Department
The Police department receives numerous non-emergency calls for service to the office. If you are looking to have an officer take a report or need assistance, please contact them through 911. This is the best way to ensure a prompt response as there is not always someone in the office available to take your call. You may also direct non-emergency calls through dispatch at 952-258-5321.
Public Comment Body Worn Camera Implementation Program
The Dayton Police Department will be purchasing a body worn camera system. Minnesota State Statue 626.8473 requires the opportunity for public comment. Any comments should be sent to email@example.com or mailed to the Dayton Police Department 13700 Zanzibar Lane Dayton, MN 55327. Copies of the Staff report and policy are below. Public comments will be closed after the September 27th council meeting.
Commendations/Complaints Regarding Police Officers
Would you like to commend a Dayton Police Officer for something the officer did for you? Do you want to make a citizen complaint against a Dayton Police Officer?
You can use the form below to commend an officer or to make a citizen complaint. You can send the completed and signed form to the Police Department at 13700 Zanzibar Lane Dayton, MN 55327 via mail or in person. You may also call the office at 763-427-2017 and speak to a supervisor.
* You have the right to make an anonymous commendation/complaint. Understand, should you choose not to provide your name and contact information and sign the complaint form for any complaint that is made, remaining anonymous may affect the investigation of the complaint.
Once the form has been received, it will then be processed appropriately. If you have any questions regarding the process feel free to contact our office and speak to a supervisor.
Police Patch Requests
The uniform patches of the Dayton Police department are restricted. We receive numerous requests for our patches from patch collectors and other interested parties. Patches are purchased with city funds, and for security reasons, it is our policy to only issue uniform patches to authorized employees of the department.