On behalf of the men and women of the Dickinson Police Department, I am pleased to welcome you to our website.  Our continuing goal is to make the city of Dickinson a safe place in which to live, work and play.  We are committed to maintaining and improving the quality of life of the city during this time of rapid growth, by actively partnering with community members and being innovative in our policing strategies.

We are proud to serve the residents of Dickinson in many ways.  Our Department is responsible for helping to prevent crime, patrolling neighborhoods, responding to calls for service, investigating crimes, arresting offenders and working closely with the community to identify and solve neighborhood problems.  We also provide educational and outreach programs to assist the residents and youth of our community.  Our ongoing commitment is to continue to provide the highest quality, professional, and courteous service to our community.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the citizens of Dickinson for their continued support.  By working together, we will continue to preserve the quality of life that our community deserves.

Sincerely, Dustin D. Dassinger Chief of Police – Dickinson

 

 

With the community as our foundation, the Dickinson Police Department is committed to excellence developed through pride and earning a reputation for providing professional, caring, and courteous service. We are dedicated to a philosophy that promotes community involvement in problem solving and developing solutions that improve the quality of life for our citizens. We are committed to the values of the community we ethically serve with passion, respect, and proactive education while strengthening our bond through personal community involvement, and effective crime prevention. Our team will be flexible and innovative, yet maintaining prudent fiscal responsibility through wise use of resources. To fulfill our mission, the Dickinson Police Department is committed to providing a quality work environment and development of its team members through leadership and professional skill development, keeping in mind that our strength is our people and our goal is a safer community.

 

EMERGENCY 911
NON-EMERGENCY 701-456-7759
RECORDS 701-456-7689
FAX 701-456-6790

 

2475 State Avenue North
Dickinson, ND 58601

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**Terrorizing Arrest**

Dickinson PD arrested ANTHONY A. RAYMOND (33yoa) of Dickinson for C-Felony Terrorizing in connection with an anonymous email sent to a local newspaper conveying a bomb threat targeting a voting location. The threat was received yesterday afternoon (10/28/20). Detectives quickly identified RAYMOND as the alleged author and was arrested yesterday evening without incident.

RAYMOND remains incarcerated at the Southwest Multi-County Correctional Center awaiting a bond hearing.
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Good that Police are able to identify a person making a threat of harming others.

Thank you for taking this seriously and doing what you can to keep us safe.

What is wrong with people!!!

WTG Dickinson PD.

His facebook shows a right wing leaning view....

I can’t believe he would do this Eric Kinsley

Good job PD

Shyann Praus this is scary

Katelyn Crockett

What an idiot

That's wild. Kayla Shear Ronda Nephthys Natalie Rayl Ashley Ostrander

1 week ago

Dickinson Police Department - North Dakota

***LOCATED 4:45PM MT***

We’ve been informed RAYMOND PAYNE has been located and is safe.

The North Dakota Silver Alert System proved itself today, and several tips were immediately received after its activation, which resulted in the quick location of the individual.

Thank you everyone for your vigilance!

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***Missing Person (Elderly Male)***

RAYMOND PAYNE (68yoa) of Dickinson, was reported missing, by care workers, to the Dickinson Police Department on Thursday, October 22, 2020 @ 8:42AM.

Through the pending investigation, he was found on camera on October 21st, @ 11:04 AM, inside his local bank in Dickinson, ND.

RAYMOND was last seen wearing a dark jacket, light colored undershirt, dark pants, and dark shoes.

RAYMOND left the bank driving his 2003 white Dodge Caravan (North Dakota License Plate# 254ABK)

There is a concern for RAYMOND's well-being because he is prescribed daily medication necessary to function. At this time, we do not believe he has possession of said medication.

If you see this vehicle or know his whereabouts, please call the Dickinson Police Department non-emergency line @ 701-456-7759.
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Found

Awesome he was found.

Jess Johnson have you given your information to PD?

I hope he gets found and is ok. Prayers.

Dustin Gawrylow

Thank goodness for that silver alert! They found my brother!

Thank goodness Ray was found!🙏😊

Thank you

It says update he was found and is safe

Thank goodness!

Kenneth Gutschick Keep look out if you see it when you go to work.

We *reaaally* wanted to delay posting anything related to the "S" word (lol), but with the flakes in the sky today, we are woefully reminded that winter is right around the corner.

We would like to take this time to remind the public about the city's 48-hr parking ordinance, as well as our NEW RV PARKING ORDINANCE. As passed earlier this year, the RV parking ordinance requires owners of all RVs, trailers, boats, or campers to remove them from public streets within residential areas by NOVEMBER 1st. The RV parking ban lasts all winter, and is lifted on March 31st in the spring. Any of those remaining on the street during the ban months are subject to a $15 ticket, and will be given 48-hours to be removed or otherwise be subject to tow at the owner's expense.

All motor vehicles are subject to 48-hour parking regulations year-round. This means, all vehicles parked on a public street must move every 48-hours or be subject to a $15 ticket and also subject to tow within 48-hours if not moved after ticketing. Moving parked vehicles is especially crucial in winter months, as it greatly assists our street maintenance crews in keeping our streets clear from snow and ice.

Thank you in advance for your assistance!
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We *reaaally* wanted to delay posting anything related to the S word (lol), but with the flakes in the sky today, we are woefully reminded that winter is right around the corner.

We would like to take this time to remind the public about the citys 48-hr parking ordinance, as well as our NEW RV PARKING ORDINANCE. As passed earlier this year, the RV parking ordinance requires owners of all RVs, trailers, boats, or campers to remove them from public streets within residential areas by NOVEMBER 1st. The RV parking ban lasts all winter, and is lifted on March 31st in the spring. Any of those remaining on the street during the ban months are subject to a $15 ticket, and will be given 48-hours to be removed or otherwise be subject to tow at the owners expense.

All motor vehicles are subject to 48-hour parking regulations year-round. This means, all vehicles parked on a public street must move every 48-hours or be subject to a $15 ticket and also subject to tow within 48-hours if not moved after ticketing. Moving parked vehicles is especially crucial in winter months, as it greatly assists our street maintenance crews in keeping our streets clear from snow and ice.

Thank you in advance for your assistance!

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These are all very good points, which leads me to a question. This summer I parked my camper in front of my house on a Wednesday so my family could get it ready for Friday while I was at work. A female officer arrives at my house Thursday and instructs my daughter I need to move it or it will be towed. Not impressed when an officer doesn’t know the law and then threatens my property.

If only you guys actually towed vehicles after 48 hours. There's a vehicle sitting in front of my house that's had a warning sticker on it for over a year now. 🙄🙄

Shit, they’ll plow snow around things all winter and never ticket them.

When did the city start doing snow removal on streets. If it's not a main road it never gets done

If you all would crack down on the 48hr parking on the vehicles that would be nice

If anyone needs, or has interest in a place to park their RV/Camper/Boat/Trailer, etc.., I have secured outdoor storage available for $30 monthly. Pheasant Country Storage LLC, 701-290-0531 or message me for more information

Yall gonna write a bunch of tickets on 1st Ave SE hopefully

Thank you Country House!"Evil is powerless if the good are unafraid." —President Ronald Reagan

☕️👮🏻👮🏻‍♂️💙Today is National Coffee With a Cop Day, and to celebrate we dropped off City Brew Coffee for our local Dickinson Police Department to enjoy! Thank you to all and the thin blue line that keeps our community safe! 💙👮🏻👮🏻‍♂️☕️ #nationalcoffeewithacopday #weappreciateyou #AgemarkAwesome
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Thank you Country House!

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