Police Data Dashboard
In the interest of transparency, the Bloomington Police Department provides access to the following data about its operations and activities. This information is updated weekly and remains available on the Data Dashboard for 12 weeks. If you have questions about the information in this dashboard, please send them to police@Bloomingtonmn.gov
This report lists traffic accidents that occur in Bloomington where a report was written, and includes case numbers, the registered owners/drivers of the vehicle, and the date, time and location of the accident.
This report lists recent adult arrests made in Bloomington. Each report shows the charges along with the name, age and address of the person arrested.
This report includes a summary of total arrests, separated by race, gender, age, and offense.
This report includes a summary of 911 and non-emergency calls received by Bloomington Police and Fire dispatch and the average response time in minutes by priority, for the previous week and year to date.
This report includes a summary of all citations and warnings issued by BPD officers, and includes the date, time, and location of the citation; the age, sex, and city of residence of the cited person, and the offense.
This report lists traffic accidents where police responded, whether or not a report was written, and includes the location, date and time of the accident, as well as the call for service/master incident number and report number if one was issued.
Community Crime Map – Stay informed about what’s happening in your city with the Community Crime Map. The map is meant to connect law enforcement and the people they serve. Bloomington Police feel that the more educated you are about crime, the better you can protect yourself. Effective, responsible crime prevention enhances the quality of life.
Disclaimer: The end user of the Community Crime Map agrees that these data and maps have been created from information provided by various government and private sources at different moments in time and at various levels of accuracy. They are only a graphic representation and should not be considered as positionally accurate. The data is provided "as-is" with no claim made to its accuracy or its appropriateness to an intended use. It is the responsibility of the end user to be aware of these limitations and to utilize the data in an appropriate manner.
The City of Bloomington Police Department, LOGIS and their employees assume no responsibility or liability to any person or entity for the use of this information. The end user agrees to hold the City of Bloomington Police Department and LOGIS harmless for claims arising out of this exchange of information. Therefore under no circumstances shall the City of Bloomington Police Department or LOGIS be held responsible for any costs, expenses, damages or injuries, including special or incidental or consequential damages to any person(s) or property that arises from the use, or misuse of the information provided. The City of Bloomington Police Department and LOGIS make no warranty for the use of this data. The City of Bloomington Police Department and LOGIS do not guarantee the content, geographic accuracy, timeliness, or completeness of the material herein contained and are not responsible for any misuse or misrepresentation of this information or its derivatives. Any use of this information is made solely at the risk of the user.
- Minnesota Crime Data Explorer tool – Data on use of force, firearms discharge, bias crimes, pursuit data and crimes against persons, property and society is available for public query through the BCA's Minnesota Crime Data Explorer tool.
The Hennepin County Attorney's Office Data Dashboard provides a breakdown of criminal cases and trends for the last five years (including the current year). The dashboard is updated nightly. Therefore, the information is never more than 24 hours old.
This report includes a summary of reports written by BPD officers, and includes the case number, offense, date, time, and partial address of the incident. If the incident involved a juvenile, no address is provided. Some incidents may have been excluded for privacy.
A burned-out headlight, broken taillight or turn signal can mean choosing between an auto repair or buying groceries for your family. It can also spark a downward economic spiral that could lead to multiple tickets, or negative interactions with law enforcement. The Lights On! program disrupts that downward spiral and builds goodwill between the Bloomington Police Department and the community we serve. Thanks to MicroGrants, Lights On! has partners with BPD and other law enforcement agencies to help improve police-community relations and public safety. Rather than writing a ticket, Bloomington Police Officers can provide a voucher for a free car bulb replacement at a participating local auto repair shop, turning a traffic stop into a positive exchange. Safter roads, and improved police – community relations are just the start to the many benefits of the Lights On! program.
- Program vouchers issued in 2021: 30
- Program vouchers issued in 2022: 209
Previous week's crash data reports from MNCRASH.
Information on Public Data Requests will be updated monthly.
This report lists the date, time and location of any traffic stop initiated in Bloomington.