Police Department

Dial 911 for police, medical and fire emergencies
                  
The Roseville Police Department encourages citizen participation in the delivery of police service

to our community.  Persons wanting to provide information on crime related activity or suspicious incidents are encouraged to call police personnel at the number below.
 
Phone:  (586) 775-2100 General Information and non-emergency
Email:    police@roseville-mi.gov
 
The Police Chief is James Berlin

                            
 
Statement of Services:  The Roseville Police Department is committed to the highest traditions

of honesty, integrity, and fairness in all our interactions with the public and members of our department.
 
Our mandate is to protect the community, with total dedication, serve with honor and enhance the quality of life, while enforcing the laws of this great land and always keeping ever vigilant of the rights of others.
 
The Roseville Police Department is committed to excellence by developing plans, coordinating ideas, and implementing projects in our pursuit to attain our ultimate goals.
 
Frequently asked Questions and Answers
 
Administration
 
Phone:  (586) 447-4499
Office Hours:  Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
 
The Administration of the police department supports the overall staffing, budget and function of police services in Roseville.  The police chief, two deputy chiefs and a secretary staff it.
 
Detective Bureau
 
Phone:  (586) 775-8111
Office Hours:  Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
 
The main responsibiltiy of the Detective Bureau is to do the follow up investigation, request of warrants, and court preparation on all misdemeanor and felony crimes that are reported in the

City of Roseville.  Detectives also investigate missing persons, some ordinance violations, and other situations that could affect the safety and welfare of the community.
 
Traffic Bureau
 
Phone:  (586) 447-4495
Office Hours:  Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

 

Attention All Residents: 

Parking between the sidewalk and the curb is prohibited by both City Ordinance and the State Motor Vehicle Code for public safety concerns.


Winter Parking Ordinance
 
The Traffic Bureau is assigned the task of both traffic and motor carrier enforcement and crash investigation.  Officers are assigned traffic details dependant on the needs of the city and operate from patrol and motorcycle vehicles.  The traffic bureau investigates all serious and fatal crashes and presents those cases to the city attorney or the county prosecutor for review.  Persons with concerns about speeding cars, abandoned vehicles, overweight trucks, traffic patterns, or parking should contact the Traffic Bureau.
 
Patrol Commander
 
Phone:  (586) 447-4484
 
A patrol commander is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week.  The patrol commander works one of three shifts:  12:00 am to 8:00 am, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, and 4:00 pm to 12:00 am.  The patrol commander is in charge with the delivery of police services on a given shift, and the police lockup.  Persons should contact a commander if they have issues involving a particular incident, police services, or citizen complaints.  Complaints involving the police department will be taken anytime a problem arises.  Uniformed officers are assigned to the three shifts to respond to calls for service and preventative patrol.
 

School Liaison

 

Phone:  (586) 445-4166


School Liaison officers are assigned to the Roseville High School, Roseville Junior High School, Eastland Junior High School and Guest Community Schools.  These officers are a part of the student body at these schools throughout the school year and they handle incidents at those locations.  Persons with question or concerns about school incidents, or student safety should contact the liaison officer through our police dispatch at (586) 775-2100 or through the school office.

 

Records Bureau


Phone:  (586) 447-4475
Office Hours:  Tuesday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm       CLOSED Mondays

                                   Closed 11:30 am to 12:30 pm


The Records Bureau compiles and prepares reports and statistics for use by citizens and the police department.  Some of the services provided by the Records Bureau include dog licenses, bicycle licenses, gun permits and gun registrations, records checks, and sales of police and accident reports.  The Records Bureau holds property auctions yearly and publishes the items in the paper and on the city website.  Persons having questions should call for more information.

 

Animal Control

 

Dog Licenses:  Required for any dog 4 months of age or older.  The license expires when the rabies vaccine expires.

 

Obtain a license at The Roseville Police Department-Records Bureau:
                                      29753 Gratiot
                                      Roseville  MI  48066

 

Bring proof of rabies vaccination and proof if spayed/neutered

Maximum allowable in a home is up to 3 dogs and 3 cats.

Spayed/Neutered Cost 1 Year  $ 5.00 2 Year  $ 6.00

3 Year  $ 7.00

Non-Spayed/Neutered Cost 1 Year  $13.00 2 Year  $20.00 3 Year  $27.00
Late Fee Cost                  $10.00    
       


Animal Control Officer available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.  586-447-4482 or

586-775-2100


Macomb County Animal Shelter Adoption Program

 

Bicycle Licenses:    $1.00

 

Gun Permits/Gun Registrations:

Tuesday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Free gun locks are available to residents registering guns.

 

Accident Reports:  Available four (4) business days after the accident.

Accident Report Cost at the Police Department:  $10.00
Accident reports may also be purchased online:
For crash reports prior to     10/01/2009 click Docview.us.com
For crash reports beginning 10/01/2009 click https://payments.clemis.org/extservices


Incident Reports:  Incident reports can be purchased at the Records Bureau counter.  Only the persons named in the report are allowed to purchase a copy.  An incident report that is under investigation is not obtainable until the investigation is complete.


Incident Report Cost:        
                                               $5.00 for 1st through 10th pages

                                               $1.00 per page after 10 pages
                                               (All payments cash or check only, must have proper I.D.)

 

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