Eastpointe Police Department, MI Overview, Police Arrests, Jail Roster, Contacts
- Postal Code
- Macomb County
- Phone Number
- Police Department
- 16083 East 9 Mile Road, Eastpointe, Michigan, 48021
The Eastpointe Police Department provides law enforcement services to the residents of Eastpointe. The Eastpointe Police Office was established to provide policing services to the residents of Eastpointe. The department’s headquarters is 16083 East 9 Mile Road, Eastpointe, Michigan, 48021.
Eastpointe Police Arrests
The Eastpointe Police Office maintains arrest records of all arrestees in the city. The Eastpointe arrest records contain the following data:
- The arrestee’s personal data
- Occurrence report
Arrest records in Eastpointe are public information under the FOIA meaning anyone has a right to access them upon request. To access the Eastpointe records, request the records and identification division of the Eastpointe Police Office. Provide the Eastpointe arrestee’s name, address, type of report, date of occurrence, and location of occurrence.
Eastpointe Jail Roster
The Eastpointe law enforcement agency has a jail facility in Eastpointe. The jail houses Eastpointe inmates with short sentences ranging below 1 year or those waiting for a trial. The Eastpointe jail provides the public with rosters containing data on inmates incarcerated in the Eastpointe facility. The details on the Eastpointe jail roster includes the inmate’s name, age, gender, race, physical description, photos, address, booking date, booking number, and release date.
To view the data, visit the jail or contact it via 586-445-5100 and request the jail roster.
The Department’s Structure
The Macomb County detention center’s overall governing body is the police commission responsible for the Eastpointe department’s policies. The highest-ranking officer in the Eastpointe department is the Police Chief, appointed by the mayor and approved by the police commission. The Chief of Police reports to the police commissioners, the city council, and the mayor. Some of the duties of the Chief of Police include the following:
- Organizing and implementing the Community Policing Plan
- Facilitating and coordinating law enforcement services
- Addressing legal and legislative matters
- Providing a liaison to the news media.
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