News By Category: Police Department

Many residents have already signed up for the new version of GV Emergency. Those who haven’t yet can sign up in just a few minutes. Read More

Golden Valley Police are trying to locate a man last seen around 6 am walking north from the 2100 block of Unity Ave N (NE corner of Hwy 100 and Duluth St). The man is described as being in his 70s, wearing a light green T-shirt, black pants, and no socks or shoes. Read More

GV Emergency, the City’s mass notification tool, is now powered by a new platform called CodeRED. Read More

In a typical year there are many holiday themed events happening throughout the City. This year, many of them are still happening—they just look a little different. Read More

The City is encouraging residents to apply for its new Police Commission Task Force before the deadline Oct 19, 2020. Read More

The Golden Valley Police Department wants to thank all who participated in the Night To Unite Food Drive for PRISM. The event saw over 40 cars and brought in 1,569 pounds of food and other items. Read More

The Golden Valley Police Department (GVPD) received notification from the Minnesota Department of Corrections (MN DOC) that a Level 3 predatory offender, Terrell Antoine Coleman, is moving to the vicinity of the 1900 block of Glenwood Pkwy in Golden Valley. As allowed by Minnesota State Statute, the GVPD has provided a pre-recorded community notification and will conduct a virtual Q&A session Mon, Oct 12, 6-7:30 pm, via Cisco Webex. Read More

Show your Night to Unite spirit and participate in the Night To Unite Food Drive For PRISM tonight, 5–8 pm in the City Hall parking lot.

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Even though typical Night to Unite festivities are not recommended this year and the Golden Valley Police and Fire Departments won’t be making the rounds to various neighborhoods, this shouldn’t prohibit residents from giving back to their community through the Night To Unite Food Drive For PRISM Oct 6, 5–8 pm at City Hall. Read More

Emails are a great way to communicate with friends, family, and coworkers, but it isn’t a good option for reporting emergencies to the police. Read More