Public Safety

Alarm Registration Program

Alarm Registration Program

All business and residential alarm owners are required to register/renew their alarm systems on an annual basis.  Each year, the Savage Police Department responds to hundreds of false alarms. These unnecessary responses are costly and dangerous because they take officers away from other duties and reduce the time available to respond to real emergencies. The Best Practice…
Choose Not To Use

Choose Not To Use

Choose Not To Use is non-profit organization dedicated to educating and preventing the use of illegal drugs in K-12 children as well as the citizens of Scott County. Providing people with the tools to say no is vital. Additionally, the Task Force is committed to reducing the financial burden illegal…
CodeRed

CodeRed

 CodeRED is a mass notification system that can quickly deliver messages via telephone, text or email. The service is available to all cities within Scott County, including Savage. Residents and businesses automatically receive emergency alerts, but must sign up to receive other notices including weather warnings. Both landline and mobile…
Crime Stoppers

Crime Stoppers

Crime Stoppers of Minnesota allows people to report a crime anonymously without fear of retribution. Too often, persons with vital information about crimes fail to contact the police because they fear retaliation or because they don't want to testify in court. The result of their reluctance is that many dangerous…
InfoNet

InfoNet

InfoNet is a FREE program initiated by the Savage Police as a supplement to the Neighborhood Watch program. The goal is to keep Savage residents more informed about crime in their neighborhoods. Crime alert emails are sent to residents and businesses that subscribe to InfoNet about issues affecting their specific…
Predatory Offender Information

Predatory Offender Information

All offenders who are required to register as sex-offenders, are also assigned a Level 1, 2, or 3 when they leave prison. Level 3 is considered the highest risk to re-offend. If a level 3 offender moves into your neighborhood, you will be notified by law enforcement. There are three…
School safety reminders

School safety reminders

Children spend more time at school than anywhere else other than their own home during the school year. Overall, schools are one of the safest places for children to be. However, some schools have problems, such as bullying, theft and other issues to make them less secure and harder for…
Severe Weather Awareness

Severe Weather Awareness

What to do during a tornado At home When at home during a tornado, remember to avoid windows. Get in the basement and under some kind of sturdy protection (heavy table or work bench), or cover yourself with a mattress or sleeping bag. Know where very heavy objects rest on the…
Traffic Safety

Traffic Safety

The Traffic Safety Committee reviews and makes recommendations on traffic issues affecting the City of Savage. Issues discussed include requests for improvements from the community, City staff and City Council. The Committee is made up of representatives from the City's Police, Public Works, and Planning Departments. The Committee meets monthly as…