Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan Police Station Information
The table provides a full overview of all reported crimes in Grosse Pointe Woods, MI for the year. The sum of recorded criminal acts in Grosse Pointe Woods, MI is displayed; for comparisons, each offense is also shown in regards to the amount of offenses per 100,000 people. Along with this, they are separated into multiple categories: violent crimes and property crimes. The crime data reveals that the overall Grosse Pointe Woods, MI crime rates are 36% lower than in comparison to the Michigan mean and are 47% lower than the nation’s mean. In regards to violent offenses, Grosse Pointe Woods, MI has a rate that is 73% lower than the Michigan average; compared to the United States, it is 68% lower than. Looking at crimes involving property, Grosse Pointe Woods, MI is 26% lower than its state’s mean, and 44% lower than the country’s average.
Facts about crime in Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan:
- The overall crime rate in Grosse Pointe Woods is 47% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 3.96 daily crimes that occur in Grosse Pointe Woods.
- Grosse Pointe Woods is safer than 76% of the cities in the United States.
- In Grosse Pointe Woods you have a 1 in 70 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Grosse Pointe Woods has increased by 12%.
Personal safety and the safety of private property are the primary goals of the city’s Department of Public Safety. The city has had a combined police/fire/ambulance service since 1944. Public Safety officers perform police and firefighter duties and also are cross-trained as medical first responders or basic emergency medical technicians. The department has a complement of 30 sworn officers. The department is responsible for:
- 911 Emergency Service
- Advanced Life Support (ALS)
- Crime Prevention
- Fire Inspections
- Detective Bureau
- Traffic Safety
- Youth Service Division
The Public Safety Department operates a four-platoon system that works a 12-hour shift rotation for the patrol force. One public safety officer is on duty at all times to operate the fire trucks (one 1,250 gallons per minute pumpers and one 90-foot aerial tower). In the event of a structure fire, the fire apparatus and ambulance are met at the scene by patrol officers. In most cases, one or more patrol officers reach the scene of an emergency before the arrival of the fire apparatus. Usually no fewer than five personnel respond to a fire run, with less serious runs receiving a slightly reduced amount of responding personnel and equipment.
Grosse Pointe Woods provides Advanced Life Support (ALS) for its residents. The ambulance is staffed and provided by Medstar Ambulance. This requires the ambulance to be supported by a paramedic and an emergency medical technician (both licensed by the State) at all times. ALS allows the crew to administer drugs, start IVs, and intubate and defibrillate patients under the authority of the emergency room doctors at the local hospitals. The ambulance is equipped with direct radio communication to all local hospitals.
The Detective Bureau handles cases referred to it by the uniformed service. It also investigates all cases which go beyond the Traffic Court level, as well as violations of local ordinances which are non-traffic in nature. The Detective Supervisor oversees the officers of the Youth Service Division, Traffic Safety, and Crime Prevention units of Public Safety. The Youth Service Division, Traffic Safety, and Crime Prevention units work closely with public and private schools to provide educational programs to students and residents.
Grosse Pointe Woods Police Department Address:
John G. Kosanke, Director of Public Safety
20025 Mack Plaza
Grosse Pointe Woods, MI 48236
Non Emergency Phone: (313) 343-2400
Fax: (313) 343-2439
Jail I (Andrew C. Baird)
The Andrew C. Baird Detention Facility, Jail Division I (570 Clinton Street) houses male and female, pretrial and sentenced, inmates who are clinically assessed as needing residential (daily) mental health services, in addition to psychotropic medications. Also, male and female, pretrial and sentenced, inmates who are medically assessed as requiring daily and on-going medical services are housed in an infirmary. Law library and recreation services are provided to all special needs and general population inmates. Video arraignments of inmates are conducted daily with the 36th District Court for the city of Detroit. Wayne County Probate Court hearings for inmates who are mental health consumers are conducted via video conferencing. Inmates who are classified as requiring exceptionally close monitoring and segregation from the general population are housed in Jail Division I. Inmates who are classified as medium and low risk and eligible for general population housing are double bunked.
Jail II (Old)
The Division II Jail (Established Jail) opened in 1929 and in 1996 four dormitories were converted to housing units with eight beds each. This increased the capacity to 770 beds. This is a linear supervision type jail.
Jail III (William Dickerson Detention Facility)
The Division III Jail (William Dickerson Detention Facility) opened in November 1991 and currently has a capacity of 896 beds. This jail is a direct supervision type facility.
Juvenile Detention Facility
The Juvenile Detention Facility is a secure placement, which helps bridge a youth’s movement from the Juvenile Court System to the Wayne County Juvenile Justice System. The Juvenile Detention Facility has 194 beds and houses about 160 juveniles daily. The Juvenile Detention Facility will accept youths for admissions over the age of eight years and up to the age of 20 years for charges occurring prior to their 17th birthday, and where the Family Division of the Third Judicial Circuit Court Family holds jurisdiction.
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