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Architects, Engineers and Construction Consultants

 

 

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Contact: Bruce Schwartzman, AIA, Partner

Telephone: 612-339-3752

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.bkvgroup.com

BKV Group is a full-service firm founded in 1978, providing architectural, engineering, interior design and construction administration services.  “Enriching Lives and Strengthening Communities” is the foundation of our work.  With local offices and national experience our insight, innovation, and collaboration provides successful solutions for all of our clients’ projects. 


Contact: Josh Nave, Account Manager

Telephone: 952-948-1604

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.rdoic.com

RDO Integrated Controls, founded in 2009, is a division of RDO Equipment Co. We provide positioning solutions for customers in the construction, mining engineering, engineering, survey, and landfill industries.  We specialize in GIS, GPS, Lasers, Machine Control, Mobile Mapping, Survey and UAV Equipment.

Contact: Michael Cox, Partner

Telephone: 651-227-7773

Fax: 651-223-5646

Email: [email protected]

www.woldae.com

For over 45 years, Wold Architects and Engineers has developed relationships with Minnesota Cities and their Police to create effective facility solutions. Wold’s recognized experience in Police, Public Safety and 911 facilities makes us an industry leader. Services: Master Planning, Facility Analysis, Programming, Space Needs, Architectural and Engineering, Cost Estimating and Construction Administration. Visit www.woldae.com.

 
 

Associations, Organizations and Programs


Aftermath Services LLC

Contact: Tony Cusinato, Senior Manager Law Enforcement Relations

Telephone: 630-277-0157

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.aftermath.com

Aftermath Services is the premiere provider of crime scene cleanup and biohazard remediation. Since 1996, we have provided professional and compassionate services to families and businesses after a traumatic event. With locations nationwide and emergency response available 24/7/365, our qualified and experienced crime scene cleanup professionals are here to help.

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Bio Tec Emergency Services

Contact: Adam Backstrom, Vice President

Telephone: 651-319-9960

Email: [email protected]
Website: www.callbiotec.com

As a Crime Scene Clean-Up Company, we specialize in aiding families and businesses with cleaning/restoration following a traumatic event. We hope our services are never needed, but place a strong focus on responding immediately whenever they are. The majority of our responses are covered
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iGovernment Solutions

Contact: Kurt Glaser, Owner

Telephone: (612) 424-5401

Fax: (612) 333-3821

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.igovernmentsolutions.com

The Ticket Education Program promotes public safety education on the web. Offenders who receive citations for low-level offenses can chose to go to class. Their citation is dismissed upon graduation. Tuition is generally the same or less than the price of the citation. The Program is available on the web 24/7.

 

Minnesota Chiefs of Police Association Preferred Vendors

Attorney Referral Services

 


Law Enforcement Vendors 

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The Blue Pages

Dustin Hanson, V.P. of Marketing & Sales

15090 23rd Avenue North

Plymouth, MN 55447

763-404-1303

763-473-3204 (fax)

[email protected]

http://www.bluepagesattorneys.com

  

The Blue Pages is a directory of attorneys that specialize in DWI/DUI, traffic violations, and all criminal matters. The Blue Pages Directory is distributed free of charge to Law Enforcement, statewide, where it is placed in the booking areas of the jails. The Blue Pages is a useful tool to expedite the booking procedures for Minnesota's Police Officers.

 

Police and Civilian Award Criteria for 2018

(For acts performed or adjudicated in 2017)  

POLICE OFFICER OF THE YEAR

Given in recognition of an outstanding officer whose actions exceed expectations after having been injured, faced imminent personal hazards to life above and beyond the call of duty, and demonstrated courage in dangerous or emergency conditions which resulted in the successful resolution of the situation.


RICHARD W. SCHALLER AWARD

Presented to  who are active and respected in their communities and have had a statewide impact on policing.

   


MEDAL OF HONOR AWARD

Awarded for actions in a single event which demonstrate bravery, heroism and/or self-sacrifice; clearly distinguishing the individual for gallantry and bravery under life-threatening circumstances.                               


LIFESAVING AWARD

Awarded for a single act in which the officer displayed extraordinary performance in his/her duty to save the life of a person that would have likely died if not for the action of the officer.

CITIZEN'S VALOR AWARD

Presented to a citizen who voluntarily puts his safety at risk to aid a police officer or fellow citizen during a criminal act or life-threatening situation

   


DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD

Awarded for outstanding achievement

 
 

MERITORIOUS SERVICE AWARD

Awarded for exceptional achievement and extraordinary valor, service, professionalism and leadership.

 
 
 

Board Meeting Minutes

The Minnesota Chiefs of Police Association Board of Directors is required to publish approved minutes so that association members remain informed of the business of the Minnesota Chiefs of Police Association. Minutes of the previous month's meeting are approved at the meetings.

Questions: Contact Executive Director Andy Skoogman, 651-485-7667.

Board Meeting Minutes for 2015

Board Meeting Minutes for 2014

Board Meeting Minutes for 2013

Board Meeting Minutes for 2012

Board Meeting Minutes for 2011

Board Meeting Minutes for 2010

Board Meeting Minutes 2005-2009

 
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