The Buffalo Police Department provides 24-hour patrol service and responds to all criminal complaints, medical emergencies, and other calls for service within the Buffalo City limits. Full-time positions in our department consists of seventeen Officers, two front office/records staff, and an Administrative Assistant. Our part-time staff include nine Reserve Officers.
Our office is located just off Highway 25, 215 1st Avenue NE, about one-quarter mile south of Highway 55. This is behind the City Center Campus adjacent to the Fire Hall and Administrative Offices for the City of Buffalo. Our office hours are Monday through Friday – 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., excluding holidays.
The Wright County Sheriff’s Department provides 911 Emergency and all other dispatching services for the City of Buffalo. In non-emergency situations, you may contact an officer through our office during business hours at (763) 682-5976, or during non-business hours, through the Sheriff’s Department at (763) 682-7600.
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What is codeReady?
CodeReady is a statewide initiative designed to help Minnesota residents get organized with personal and family preparedness in the event of a major emergency. By providing information and tools on this website, the state of Minnesota is challenging all of us to plan today for our safety and well-being in the future. Good emergency planning involves getting informed, getting you and your family prepared, then helping at local and community levels to get others prepared.