WILLIAMSTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
The Police Department is located at 175 E Grand River Ave. in Williamston.
IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY, PLEASE DIAL 911.
Bob Young is serving as the interim Police Chief. 517-655-4222, ext. 203,
•IF YOU NEED TO SPEAK WITH AN OFFICER ABOUT A NON-EMERGENCY SITUATION OR FILE A REPORT, please contact the Williamston Police Department at 517-655-4222 during regular business hours (Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm). If you reach our voicemail, please leave a message at extension 201 and someone will return your call as quickly as possible.
•HIGHER EDUCATION AFTER INCARCERATION
Click this link for more information - https://www.intelligent.com/education-and-career-guide-after-incarceration/
•PISTOL REGISTRATIONS - Pistol registrations can be placed in the drop box at City Hall. Please make sure you keep the purchaser copy. We need the licensing authority copy. It may also say MSP copy or Registry copy.
•TRAFFIC CRASH REPORTS - If you need a copy of your crash report that occurred in the City, please go to the LexisNexis website: https://policereports.lexisnexis.com/. For customer assistance with LexisNexis call 1-866-215-2771.
•FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT REQUESTS - Please click here for a fillable form.
•BUSINESS CONTACT INFORMATION - Please click here for a fillable form on which to complete business contact information.
•PROPERTY CHECK - The Williamston Police Department will check your property/residence while you are away for any length of time. Please complete the form below if you would like your residence checked while you are away. You can fax the form to 517-655-6498 or mail it to Williamston Police Department, 161 E. Grand River Ave., Williamston, MI 48895. Click here for a fillable Property Check Form.
•WILLIAMSTON POLICE DEPARTMENT DRUGS DROP OFF - The Williamston Police Department is participating in the Capital Area Take Back Meds/Drugs Drop Off program. You will need to call the Police Department to set an appointment time to drop them off - 517-655-4222. City Hall is not able to accept your medications. You can also take your medications to a pharmacy. For more information about what can be dropped off, click here.
•PARKING ON CITY STREETS - There is NO PARKING on any City street from October 1 – March 31 between 2am-5am. This ordinance is in effect even if there is no snow on the ground, per City Ordinance - Sec. 66-145. If there is a late snowfall (in April) cars will need to be off the streets. This is to allow our DPW workers the ability to remove snow from streets.
•WILLIAMSTON POLICE DEPARTMENT, JUNE 2021
Back row (L to R): Reserve Officers Gene Smith, Bob Thompson, Greg Francis, Aaron Clapp, Mitch Nixon, Chad Monroe, Yutaka Benson, Dave Coleman, Amol Shah, and Jeff Ruttman. Front row (L to R): Officer Dayne Bohn, Officer Don Smith, Admin. Asst. Vonnie Green, Chief Jim Wolf, Officer Joe Pintar, Officer Joe Rutherford, and Officer Michael Pearl
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