Patrol Division

The Centennial Lakes Police Department serves the Cities of Centerville, Circle Pines and Lexington. We are centrally dispatched from the Anoka County Dispatch Center located in the Anoka County Courthouse in the City of Anoka.

The Centennial Lakes Police Department patrol division currently consists of 17 sworn officers, including the Chief of Police.  We have 2 part time Community Service Officer and 2 Reserve Officers. The patrol division is broken down as 10 full time and 1 part-time patrol Officers, 2 patrol Sergeant, 1 Administrative Sergeant, 1 Detective, 1 Captain and a Chief of Police.

The patrol division responded to 10,247 calls for service in 2023. These calls ranged from burglaries, domestic disturbances, residential and commercial alarms to traffic enforcement, public speaking, unrestrained animals and vehicle lockouts. Please call 911 for emergencies or 763-427-1212 for non-emergencies.

The Centennial Lakes Police Department will gladly set an appointment with you, your crime watch group, business or other organization to discuss police services, personal safety, identity theft or many other issues of importance to you. Please contact us at 763-784-2501.
If you have general questions regarding police services, an incident occurring within the three cities, or would like a copy of a police report, please contact the police department directly at 763-784-2501.
Centennial Lakes Police Department - 54 North Road - Circle Pines, MN 55014
Office: 763.784.2501 - Fax: 763.784.0082 - Dispatch/911: 763.427.1212