Contact Metro Transit Police
We invite you to become involved with our department in order to continue forging a strong cooperative partnership that is built upon mutual trust and respect. No police department can solve crime or quality of life issues alone. Effective community-police relationships, communication and engagement are critical components to our success.
In an EMERGENCY
If you are having an emergency, call 9-1-1.
Call an officer 612-349-7200
You can speak directly to a Transit Police staff member weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 612-349-7200.
Text for Safety
To report suspicious or unwanted behavior through text message, use the Text for Safety feature on Metro Transit’s app, or send a text message to 612-900-0411. You will be put in direct contact with trained Metro Transit staff who can send Transit Police if needed. You can access the Text for Safety service anytime, seven days a week. The Text for Safety service is free but standard messaging rates apply to text messages, as determined by your mobile plan.
File a police report
To file a police report about an incident that is not an emergency and that occurred on transit property, including bus, light rail, commuter rail, bus stop or transit center, please call 612-349-7200 weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. to speak with an officer.
Help solve a crime. Use TipLine or call Transit Police.
Have you witnessed a crime being committed on a bus or train or near a transit facility? Your information is valuable and can help make riding transit even safer. Please leave a message at the TipLIne at 612.349.7222. You can leave information anonymously or leave your name and phone number and an officer will call you back.
Tell us how we’re doing
Have a compliment or complaint about an officer? We want to hear from you.
Compliment an officer Submit a transit police complaint
> West Command, 2425 Minnehaha Avenue South, Minneapolis, 55404
> East Command, 677 Transfer Road, St. Paul, 55114