Flint, Michigan Jail and Mugshot Information
The City of Flint, Michigan has a population of 102,434. The mayor as of 2018 is Dr. Karen Weaver. Her phone number is (810)766-7346 and her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. The city can be found in Genesee County.
Dr. Karen Weaver
Municipal Center (City Hall)
1101 S. Saginaw St.
Flint, MI 48502
The crime index of Flint, as reported by a 2016 statistic, was 667.9. There has been 875 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 112 to 1.
Flint, Michigan Police Station Information
The table offers a complete overview of all reported annual crimes in Flint, MI. The total number of reported crimes in Flint, MI is shown and for comparison purposes, each crime is also displayed based on the number of crimes per 100,000 people. The crimes are also broken down into two categories; violent crimes and property crimes. The table shows that the overall Flint, MI crime rate is 111% higher than the Michigan average and is 76% higher than the national average. Looking at violent crime specifically, Flint, MI has a violent crime rate that is 245% higher than the Michigan average and 310% higher than the national average. For property crime, Flint, MI is 78% higher than the Michigan average and 39% higher than the national average.
Facts about crime in Flint, Michigan:
- The overall crime rate in Flint is 76% higher than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 13.67 daily crimes that occur in Flint.
- Flint is safer than 5% of the cities in the United States.
- In Flint you have a 1 in 21 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Flint has decreased by 2%.
The Flint Police Department’s mission is to enforce the laws of the City of Flint, State of Michigan, and United States of America with the goal of enhancing the safety and security of people who live, work, and visit the City of Flint and their property.
The City of Flint Police Department is committed to protecting and serving all the people of our community with respect, fairness and compassion. Acting in partnership with our community to protect life and property, we strive to prevent crime and preserve peace, order and safety. We will seek just solutions with honesty and integrity. We encourage, need, and expect community involvement to work toward a mutual goal of enhancing the quality of life within our city.
Patrol Operations Bureau
The Patrol Operations Bureau is staffed by uniformed personnel who respond to 911 calls for service and patrol the City of Flint in an effort to detect and prevent crime and render aid to those in need of assistance. The Patrol Operations Bureau consist of 4 patrol squads, the traffic division and support services such as the Downtown Beat Officers.
The City of Flint Police Department Traffic Division oversees the day to day operations of Accident Investigation and Traffic Enforcement. The Division covers several areas including the Neighborhood Safety Officer Program which focuses on blighted and abandoned vehicles. There is a Hit and Run Investigations unit that also manages the School Crossing Guard Program. The police officers themselves are assigned to crash investigations and selective enforcement responsibilities. They respond to citizen’s complaints reference traffic issues and target areas, where high volumes of crashes occur. Our officers have been trained in the use of Radar and Laser for speed enforcement. They have also been trained in Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (SFST), Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement, Preliminary Breath Testing (PBT) and Data Master Breath Testing for Operating While Intoxicated and Drugged Driver Enforcement.
Criminal Investigations Bureau
The Criminal Investigation Bureau is comprised of detectives who investigate crimes that occur within the City of Flint. The detectives assigned to the Criminal Investigation Bureau are assigned in two groups, Crimes Against Persons and Crimes Against Property. Currently the City of Flint detectives work side by side with detectives from the Michigan State Police. Known as the Major Crimes Unit, these detectives assigned to this collaborative unit investigate violent felony crimes that occur in the City of Flint. A detective’s role when investigating a case is to gather all of the facts of a case. Those facts are then presented to the appropriate prosecutor’s office, who then determines what charges, if any, will be issued on the case.
Flint Police Department Address:
Timothy Johnson, Chief of Police
210 E. Fifth St.
Flint, MI 48502
The Corrections Division includes the Genesee County Jail, Flint City Lockup, Work Detail, Tether and Work Release. The Genesee County Jail is a direct supervision facility with a max capacity of 580 inmates. The Jail continually exceeds capacity with a daily population of 580 to 620 inmates.
The Flint City Lockup is a linear supervision facility that was reopened in 2012 by The Genesee County Sheriff’s Office. The Flint City Lockup has a max capacity of 110 inmates. The successful reopening of the Flint City Lockup has allowed agencies throughout the County to lodge offenders for crimes once not meeting lodging criteria due to constant jail overcrowding. The Flint City Lockup is an important asset to Genesee County.
For inmate information at either facility contact: 810-257-3426
1002 South Saginaw Street
Flint, MI 48502
Inmate Information: 810-257-3426
Flint, Michigan Jail:
Address 1: 210 E 5th St
Zip Code: 48502-1697
County: Genesee County
Phone #: 810-237-6866
Fax #: 810-237-6960
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 145000
Number of Officers: 342
Police Records Request in Flint, Michigan
All record requests must be made at the Departments offices and be paid for at the time of service.
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