Board Members volunteer their time to serve the women Police Officers of Minnesota. Each member is voted in for a two year term. This dedicated group of women are proud to serve and look forward to any input from our members to help meet our goals.
Please meet your board.
Michelle has been employed by the Bemidji Police Department since June of 2003. She grew up in Ashby, MN and moved to Bemidji, MN to attend Bemidji State University. Michelle graduated with a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Criminal Justice. She attended and graduated from the Law Enforcement Skills Program at Alexandria Technical College. Michelle interned with the Marshall Police Department and worked there as a civilian Community Service Officer.
Michelle currently holds the rank of Detective. She was promoted to Detective in December 2014. Michelle is currently the Department’s pawn inspector; manages Predatory Offenders living within the City of Bemidji; Evidence Room management; and works as a Background Investigator; along with her day to day general investigations duties.
Michelle enjoys working in the community where she lives. Michelle is married and has four children. She can be found at a variety of extra-curricular events on a nightly basis. Michelle strives to work hard, network, and build relationships with her community, colleagues and others.
COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR ANGI KRUYER
Metro tTansit Police Department
2425 Minnehaha Ave
Minneapolis MN 55404
Angi began her career in Law Enforcement with the Centennial Lakes Police in June of 2007. She grew up all over the State of Minnesota with her family settling in Cloquet. Upon graduation from High School Angi moved to Dallas Texas where she obtained a Theology Degree from CFNI. Angi married and eventually moved back to Minnesota and was able to fulfill her dream of becoming a police officer. During her time with the Centennial Lakes Police Department Angi has been the Alcohol Server Trainer in the department, the liaison to our manufactured home community and makes time for the seniors in our cities. Angi loves working in a smaller department where she can get to know the citizens she serves on a more personal level. Angi was appointed to her position on the board as the Communications Director. Angi recently accepted a position with the Metro Transit Police Department.
Kim Lund started in Law Enforcement in 1984 working as a patrol officer for
the City of Virginia, Minnesota. In 1987 Kim left Virginia and started in the
Minneapolis Police Department Rookie school. Kim has served in all of the city’s five police precincts and worked in an undercover capacity in the Street Crimes Decoy Unit. Kim was promoted to sergeant in 1995, as a sergeant she served as an investigator and a street supervisor and was tasked with starting the Homeland Security Unit that oversaw the Cities Water Plant Facilities that were located outside the City of Minneapolis.
Kim was promoted to Lieutenant in 2004, as a lieutenant Kim has run street shifts on both the north and south sides of the city. Kim has also run the Training Unit, Juvenile Outreach Unit, Domestic Assault Unit, Child Abuse Unit, Vulnerable Adult Unit and Property Crimes Unit. Following the collapse of the 35W Bridge in 2007, Kim was assigned to work with the victims of the collapse and partnered with the National Transportation Safety Board to investigate the collapse. Kim has continued to work with those victims to this date. As a Lieutenant, Kim was appointed by the Governor to the Minnesota Crime Victims Reparations Board and has served on that board for over 10 years. Kim has served as a two time past president of the Minnesota Juvenile Officers Association and on the board of directors and planning committee for over 20 years.
In 2018 Kim was promoted to Commander and is currently running the Juvenile Division overseeing Juvenile Investigations, Diversion, School Resource Officers, Runaway and Missing Kids, and the Police Activities League.
Kim served as one of the first females on the Emergency Response Unit (SWAT) at MPD, she has worked for the Minnesota Vikings since 1989 and has specialized in fraudulent tickets with the Vikings since 1996. Kim was hired in 2013 as a contract employee by the NBA as the Primary Security Rep for the Minnesota Timberwolves and has served in that capacity around the country and in China for the NBA Global Games.
Kim holds a Bachelor of Science/Criminal Justice Degree from St. Mary’s University and has completed the Southern Police Institute AOC out of The University of Louisville
FIRST VICE PRESIDENT MICHELLE LEFFELMAN
Bemidji Police Department
613 Minnesota Ave NW
Bemidji, MN 56601
TREASURER LT. ANGELA GROTBERG
Waseca Police Department
303 S. State St
Waseca MN 56093
HISTORIAN BETH HENDRYCKS
Bloomington Police Department
1800 W Old Shakopee Rd
Bloomington MN 55431
952-563-4900 ext 2309
PRESIDENT SERENA FRAZIER
Waseca County Sheriff's Department
303 S. State St
Waseca MN 56093
2016-2018 Board Members
Emily has been employed through the Brooklyn Park Police Department since January of 2008. She grew up in Moorhead, Minnesota where she graduated High School and completed her Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice from Minnesota State University Moorhead. She completed the Skills Program at Alexandria Technical College during the summer of 2006. During her employment at Brooklyn Park PD, she has held the role of Patrol Officer, Explorer Advisor, COPS Officer and the role of Detective in the Juvenile Unit of Investigations. During that assignment, she is assigned to a local high school as a School Resource Officer. On the Board of MAWP, she has held the title as Secretary, Treasurer, First Vice President, President and now Past President of this fine Association.
Minnesota Association of Women Police
PAST PRESIDENT EMILY KAEHN
BrooklynPark Police Department
5400 85th Ave N
Brooklyn Park MN 55443
SECOND VICE PRESIDENT KIM LUND
MINNEAPOLIS POLICE DEPARTMENT
SECTRETARY ROBIN MCKAY
13880 Business Center Drive
Elk River MN 55330