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

Updated on: May 7, 2023
Owosso Police Department
Postal Code
Shiawassee County
Phone Number
202 South Water Street, Owosso, Michigan, 48867

The Owosso Police Department provides law enforcement services to the residents of Owosso. The Owosso Police Department was established to provide law enforcement services to the residents of Owosso. The department’s headquarters is 202 South Water Street, Owosso, Michigan, 48867.

Owosso Police Arrests

The Owosso Police Department manages arrest records of all arrestees in the city. The Owosso arrest records contain the following details:

  • The arrestee’s personal data
  • Occurrence report
  • Accusations
  • Evidence

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

Owosso Jail Roster

The Owosso law enforcement agency has a jail facility in Owosso. The jail houses Owosso inmates with short sentences ranging below 1 year or those waiting for a court date. The Owosso jail provides the public with rosters containing data on prisoners incarcerated in the Owosso facility. The details on the Owosso jail roster includes the inmate’s name, age, gender, race, physical description, mugshots, address, booking time, booking number, and release time.

To view the details, visit the jail or contact it via 989-725-0580 and request the jail roster.

The Department’s Structure

The Shiawassee County correction facility’s overall governing body is the police commission responsible for the Owosso department’s policies. The highest-ranking officer in the Owosso 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 Chief of Police include the following:

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

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