In partnership with our community, the Le Sueur Police Department provides impartial, ethical, and professional law enforcement service and protection of life and property. We strive to maintain the trust and confidence of our citizens while working to improve the quality of life.
Police Officers are certified First Responders. When an emergency call comes to the Dispatch Center, Police Officers are usually first on the scene. If the situation involves personal life-threatening situation , officers are trained in, and carry equipment for, basic first aid measures. Their first response can frequently sustain life until the ambulance and staff can arrive.
- Traffic law enforcement
- Proactive police patrol
- City codes enforcement
- Criminal investigations
- Crime prevention programs for residents and businesses
- 911 Response
A safe community is one in which all citizens stay aware and alert to their surroundings. If you see something you think is unusual or out of the ordinary, do not hesitate to call the Police Department. We would rather check out something that turns out to be okay, than to miss something because a citizen feels it did not warrant a call to the Police.
You can apply for a pet license (must be updated yearly) or UTV permit through our eLicense site.
Night to Unite
Each year, communities around the nation celebrate Night to Unite. This event is an evening for neighbors to gather and dedicate time for celebrating and strengthening our commitment to a safe community.
If you or someone in your neighborhood is planning a Night to Unite gathering, please contact the Le Sueur PD so that we can stop by for a visit (and share some prizes too). Night to Unite Registration Forms (PDF) are available for download or at the Police Department office.
Snowmobiling is permitted in City limits. Our snowmobile route is open from 7:00am to 11:00pm with a posted speed of 15 miles per hour. View our Snowmobile Map (PDF)
The Le Sueur Police Department offers a wide range of educational programs for the community. We believe citizen and student education is an important part of helping keep a community safe. Officers are available to civic and other groups and frequently present programs such as:
- Basic Safety with Safety Pup
- Senior Safety
- Safe and Sober
Animal Control Services
Missing a pet? Please check the MN Critter Getter website or Facebook page to view an inventory of lost and retrieved dog and cats in Le Sueur.
MN Critter Getter Fees:
- Pick-Up $65.00
- Per Night $20.00