Police Department

Chief
Vincent Emrick
Phone:
5172644808
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Police

The Adrian Police Department consists of thirty-one sworn officers which includes the Chief of Police, Deputy Chief, three Patrol Lieutenants, six Patrol Sergeants, three Detectives, fifteen Patrol Officers, a school liaison officer, and one officer assigned to a county wide drug enforcement unit.  We also have three civilian office staff members and six crossing guards. The Adrian Police Department responds to approximately 20,000 calls for service each year.  A call for service could be anything from checking on the welfare of an elderly person, to an armed robbery or homicide. Traffic enforcement involves patrolling over eighty-two miles of roadway, which consists of local streets, major streets and state trunk lines.  The jurisdiction of the Department covers slightly more than 8.2 miles and a service population which swells to over 25,000 on any given weekday with additional people coming into the City to work or conduct business. We hope you find our website informative and helpful.  If you have any questions about our department that are not answered by your visit, please contact the department directly.

To submit an anonymous tip using our public service request center, please click the button below.  Because submissions are anonymous, please include as much detailed information as possible, including dates, times, location, names of individuals involved, etc.   Simply click "report an issue", choose "guest user", and then type your tip into the text box provided.  If you choose, you may select a location on the map.  Photos can also be submitted through this system.  In order to keep tips anonymous, they will not be "acknowledged" in this system, and therefore not be visible to the public.  

Anonymous tips

Adrian Police Department
Hours: 7:30am – 4:30pm
155 E. Maumee Street
Adrian, MI  49221
517-264-4808

Mission Statement

The Adrian Police Department, in partnership with our community, provides professional police services to promote a peaceful and safe environment.

Crime Mapping
Residents now can access crime data through crimemapping.com

  • Please note that all extensions for police officers who do not have direct lines can only be reached by dialing 517-264-4808 first. For example, to reach Sergeant Adams, please dial 517-264-4808, and ask for extension 4521.