News By Category: Police Department

This July fourth, the Golden Valley Police and Fire Departments are urging residents to be celebrate safely.

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The Golden Valley Police Department (GVPD) added a report dashboard to the City website to centralize it’s policies, practices, and data and to maintain a transparent and open relationship with community members. Read More

The last week has been a difficult time for everyone, and the Golden Valley Police Department would like to thank you for following the curfew and respecting the importance of community pulling together. Reminder, the city--wide nighttime curfew goes into effect tonight at 10 pm  until 4 am tomorrow morning.   Read More

The City of Golden Valley is extending its city-wide nighttime curfew for the next two nights. It will be in effect from 10 pm Wednesday, June 3 until 4 am Thursday, June 4, and from 10 pm Thursday, June 4 until 4 am Friday, June 5. Read More

Just a reminder the city-wide curfew goes into effect tonight at 10 pm and lasts until 4 am tomorrow morning. Rest assured Golden Valley officers are at the ready to respond to routine 911 calls as well as any other situation should it arise. The Department will continue to monitor the situation and work with its partner agencies. Read More

In the last 24 hours, the Golden Valley Police Department has responded to 80 calls for service, several of which were reporting suspicious activity. All were unfounded and no criminal acts were reported relating to recent events. Read More

It’s been a quiet evening with no significant incidents to report. The curfew is now in effect until 4 am tomorrow morning. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated by our officers. Read More

The Golden Valley Police Department (GVPD) continues to have additional officers on duty and has more than enough resources ready to handle regular 911 calls and any other incidents should they arise. The Department continues to work with other agencies and monitor the situation. The GVPD will update the community again later tonight. Read More

Golden Valley’s Police Chief Jason Sturgis issued the following statement in response to the death of George Floyd. Read More

All is quiet at this hour in Golden Valley.  The GVPD is responding to routine 911 calls and continuing to monitor the situation. Thank you for your cooperation with the city-wide curfew. This will be the last update for the night unless there is a change. Read More