Plymouth Police are committed to working with our business partners to ensure a safe environment for both working and shopping. A number of programs that are available to residents are also available to businesses.
NSF or Account Closed Checks
Plymouth Police use a Check Diversion Program (PDF) to process these types of checks. We have a booklet that outlines all the requirements of this program. Please review the details.
Construction Site Crime Prevention
Construction sites are frequently victimized by vandalism or theft. Plymouth Police are dedicated to helping you maintain a safe work site, but we need your help. There are many easy steps construction companies and individual employees can take to reduce the opportunity for a crime to occur.
Security Premises Audit
If you would like to schedule a premise security audit of your business, call our Community Relations Officer at 763-509-5135.
Active Shooter Awareness: What to do if there is an Active Shooter
There have been several high profile "active shooter" incidents around the United States resulting in multiple casualties. It is important that residents are prepared in the event they find themselves in a situation involving an "active shooter". Please take a few minutes to view the below video, Run, Hide, Fight. Although the video does contain some violent scenes, it outlines very practical steps residents can take in this situation. Plymouth Police would like to extend a sincere thank you to the City of Houston (Texas) Mayor's Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security for use of this very important video.
Run. Hide. Fight.
In addition, the Department of Homeland Security has a website (www.dhs.gov/activeshooter) that provides information and free courses, materials and workshops to help better prepare you to deal with an active shooter situation and to raise awareness of behaviors that may represent indicators and characteristics of active shooters.
Active Shooter Awareness Poster (PDF)
Are You Ready?
If an emergency strikes, will your business or school be ready? The American Red Cross offers a free web-based program designed to help businesses, schools, and organizations become better prepared for emergencies. For more information, go to readyrating.org.