Philosophy of Community Policing
The concept that police officers and private citizens working together in creative ways can help solve contemporary community problems related to crime, fear of crime, social and physical disorder, and neighborhood decay.
Community Policing Neighborhoods
The City of Albert Lea is divided into three community policing districts. Each district is then further divided into individual neighborhoods, or subdistricts, with each subdistrict assigned to an individual officer. Districts are designated on the map by Roman numerals while the subdistricts are designated by numbers.
To find your district officer: click on the map below and locate your address. Use the + or – in the menu bar to zoom in if needed. Determine which of the three districts that address is in and then determine which of the numbered subdistricts within the district your address is in. For example, if you live at the intersection of Broadway Ave. and Main Street, you would be in District II, sub-district 4. Your subdistrict Officer would be Officer Grangruth. You may contact your neighborhood officer via email by clicking on their name or call 507-377-5200 ex) 6.
4. Officer Sy Vanthavong 5. Officer Jesus Cantu 6. Officer Eric Anderson
District II 1. Sgt. Tim Harves
2. Officer David Doppelhammer
3. Officer Jason Taylor
5. Officer David Miller
6. Officer Jacob Stockwell
District III 1. Sgt. Jay Crabtree 2. Officer Todd Demming 3. Officer Adam Conn
4. Sgt. Steve Charboneau 5. Officer Dan Schmitt
6. Officer Adam Hamberg