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Brighton Police Department, MI Overview, Police Arrests, Jail Roster, Contacts

Updated on: April 17, 2023
Brighton Police Department
Postal Code
Livingston County
Phone Number
440 South 3rd Street, Brighton, Michigan, 48116

The Brighton Police Department provides law enforcement services to the residents of Brighton. The Brighton Police Department was established to provide public safety to the residents of Brighton. The department’s headquarters is 440 South 3rd Street, Brighton, Michigan, 48116.

Brighton Police Arrests

The Brighton law enforcement department manages arrest records of all arrestees in the city. The Brighton arrest records contain the following details:

  • The arrestee’s personal data
  • Occurrence report
  • Charges
  • Proof

Arrest records in Brighton are public information under the Freedom of Information Act meaning anyone has a right to access them upon request. To access the Brighton records, request the records division of the Brighton law enforcement department. Provide the Brighton arrestee’s name, address, type of report, date of occurrence, and location of occurrence.

Brighton Jail Roster

The Brighton Police Department has a jail facility in Brighton. The jail houses Brighton inmates with short sentences varying below 1 year or those waiting for a trial. The Brighton jail provides the public with rosters containing data on prisoners incarcerated in the Brighton facility. The information on the Brighton jail roster includes the inmate’s name, age, gender, race, appearance, mugshots, address, booking time, booking ID, and release time.

To view the information, go to the jail or contact it via 810-227-2700 and request the jail roster.

The Department’s Structure

The Livingston County detention center’s overall governing body is the police commission responsible for the Brighton department’s policies. The highest-ranking officer in the Brighton department is the Police Chief, appointed by the mayor and approved by the board of police commissioners. The Chief of Police reports to the police commissioners, the city council, and the mayor. Some of the duties of the Police Chief include the following:

  • Planning and implementing the Community Policing Plan
  • Facilitating and coordinating policing services
  • Handling legal and legislative matters
  • Providing a liaison to the press.

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