Elk River Police Chief Brad Rolfe
• Brad Rolfe’s last day after 33 years with the Elk River  Police Department will be Dec. 30 by Jim Boyle Editor Elk River Police Chief Brad Rolfe has announced his retirement. His last day as chief will be Dec. 30. Rolfe, 57, who has been with the department for 33 years, said he has [...]...Read More
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A: By far one of the most common crimes in Elk River is theft.  Many of those thefts were preventable.  With warmer weather comes an increase in night time thefts from vehicles left parked in driveways or on the street. Toys and bikes left in yards, or items from unsecure garages are also frequent...Read More
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Elk River Police Chief Brad Rolfe has been recognized for 30 years of service to the city of Elk River. He was hired as a patrol officer on Jan. 4, 1982. In 1985 he was promoted to corporal and then to sergeant the following year. In 2003, Rolfe was promoted to captain. When Chief Jeff [...]...Read More
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A: Minnesota’s “Ted Foss Move Over” law is over 10 years old. Foss was a state trooper killed by a passing vehicle as he was conducting a traffic stop on the shoulder of I-90 in Winona in 2000. The law requires motorists to move over a lane when approaching emergency vehicles stopped on the ro...Read More
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A: A person who informs a law enforcement officer that a crime has been committed or otherwise provides information to an on-duty peace officer, regarding the conduct of others, knowing that it is false and intending that the officer shall act in reliance upon this information has committed a violat...Read More
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