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Information on Level III Predatory Offender
The Burnsville Police Department was recently notified that a Level Three Sex Offender will be moving to Burnsville on Birnamwood Drive.

Shange Martin McNeal will be released from custody on Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015. His offense took place in 2001 against an adult female. 

To provide additional information, the Police Department held a community meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 22.

Click here to view the PowerPoint Presentation from that meeting.
Please know that this notification is not meant to increase fear in the community, but rather, to raise public awareness and provide sound information regarding predatory offenders.

Give Your Car Seat a Checkup
Children in car seatsDid you know that the majority of car seats are installed incorrectly? 

Did you also know that the Burnsville Police Department holds FREE car seat checks each month?

The Burnsville Police Department has three officers who have completed required coursework and continuing education to become certified as a Child Passenger Safety Technician. During a Burnsville Police Department Car Seat Check, certified car seat technicians will demonstrate how to properly install your car seat. Parents/caregivers will walk away feeling confident in their ability to properly install the child’s car seat.

Car seat checks are held once a month and officers are not able to check seats unless an appointment is scheduled. To schedule an appointment, call Officer Alecia Ainslie at 952-641-1169, Officer Lyn Tonne at 952-641-1151 or Sgt. Shannon Siem 952-641-1328.

Learn more about Burnsville's Car Seat Check Program and Minnesota's Child Passenger Restraint Law at

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The Burnsville Police Department is proud to work under its "Core Values" of Knowledge, Integrity, Honor, Courage and Excellence. 

Watch this video to learn how the Department integrates these principles into their work every day.

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Information on Level III Sex Offender
Level III Sex Offender Shange Martin McNeal was released from custody on Wednesday, Sept. 23, and is expected to be residing in the area of Birnamwood Drive in Burnsville. Read on...

Chief Gieseke

Eric Gieseke
Chief of Police

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