As part of our ongoing efforts to maintain open lines of communication with our residents, the Bloomington Police Department hosts Community Conversations. Community Conversations provide community members an opportunity to meet with Interim Chief Mike Hartley and other police department officials, share feedback on community needs and concerns, and learn more about the police department’s crime prevention efforts. These informal conversations have no set agenda, and are open to all who would like to attend. We look forward to you joining us!
Community Conversations are open to everyone.
Community Conversations will be held in various locations in the city. The location will be determined roughly a month prior to the meeting.
Community Conversations are held in the Spring and Fall each year. Typically in April and October.
The Bloomington Police Department values our strong community partnerships, and is committed to strengthening police-community relations for all Bloomington residents. This is a great opportunity to hear from our community on questions or concerns they may have. We feel it's important for the community to interact with police via open lines of communication so that community members feel comfortable approaching the police with non-emergency concerns.
Details on the next event are on the top left of this page under "events" or available by calling the Police Department at 952-563-4900.