Proctor Police Department
100 Pionk Dr # 101, Proctor, MN 55810
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Permits to Acquire Firearms in the City of Proctor is ONLY for residents living within City Limits
Please do not submit an application if you are not a resident of Proctor.
Applications are available online for City of Proctor Residents Only at the following link https://mn.gov/elicense/a-z/?id=1083-231173 where they can be completed and submitted either by email to: email@example.com or by mail or in person to: 100 Pionk Drive, Proctor, MN 55810. Applications are also available in the Police Department lobby. Once the permits are issued they can either be mailed out or picked up at the Police Department lobby.
NOTE: Applicants will need to show a photo ID either when submitting the application or when picking it up.
Permits to Acquire Firearms will be issued ONLY to Residents living within Proctor City Limits.
Call the Proctor Police Department at 624-7788 if you have any questions.
802.5 Winter Parking Regulations.
Between the period of the fifteenth day of November and the first day of April in each year, no person shall park or permit the same, any motor vehicle upon any street or alley within the City between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. If the Chief of Police, in his or her discretion, or any Police Officer acting under the authority of the Chief of Police, determines that any vehicle parked contrary to the provisions of this section is thereby hindering the removal of snow, the Chief of Police or Police Officer acting under the authority of the Chief of Police may direct to have such vehicle removed from the street or alley by removal. The owner of the vehicle shall be responsible for any costs accrued as a result of said removal in addition to any fines imposed as result of a violation of this section.
POLICE DEPARTMENT STAFF
Residents and visitors to the Proctor area are protected by the City’s Police Department 24 hours a day/365 days a year.
The Proctor Police Department proudly serves a community with over 3000 residents just south west of Duluth. Presently our agency consists of 7 full-time officers and two civilian clerical workers. As our community continues to expand, we continue to update our department with personnel and resources as needed to ensure the same high commitment to public safety.
Non Emergencies: (218) 624-7788
Chief: Kent Gaidis
Serving Proctor Since: 1996
Sergeant: Timothy Redfield
Serving Since: 2009
Officer: Daniel Mosher
Serving Since: 2001
Officer: Matthew Riebel
Serving Since: 2018
Officer: Joseph Carter
Serving Since: 2020
Officer: Michael Bradley
Serving Since: 2021
Officer: Lucas Hedin
Serving since: 2022
POLICE DEPARTMENT STAFF
Kari Putikka, Police Records Manager
Jessica Buhs, Police Records Technician