Highland Park, Michigan Police Station Information
A comprehensive overview of any and all yearly reported crimes in Highland Park, MI is shown in the table. In order to provide more clarity, the total number of crimes is shown as well as the amount of crimes committed per 100,000 people. The crimes indicated in the table are separated into two different categories. These categories are property crimes and violent crimes. According to the table, the overall crime rate is 137% higher than the average of crimes committed in Michigan. It is also 94% higher than the national average. When it comes to violent crimes, Highland Park, MI shows a crime rate that is 278% higher than the Michigan average. The crime rate is also 344% higher than the national average. When it comes to property crimes, Highland Park, MI is shown to be 102% higher than the Michigan average and 54% higher than the national average.
Facts about crime in Highland Park, Michigan:
- The overall crime rate in Highland Park is 94% higher than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 14.62 daily crimes that occur in Highland Park.
- Highland Park is safer than 5% of the cities in the United States.
- In Highland Park you have a 1 in 19 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Highland Park has increased by 7%.
The mission of the Highland Park Police Department is to maintain order, preserve human life and protect property within our community.
The Highland Park Police Department, re-established on July 1, 2007, by the Emergency Financial Manager Mr. Arthur Blackwell, is a professional organization dedicated to serving the citizens of this community. The Department is composed of a unique cross section of individuals, from varying backgrounds. This allows us to address the needs of the community, with a better understanding of the issues experienced by our citizens.
The Highland Park Police Department conducts primary policing in the community, including 911 emergency response, criminal investigations, traffic and commercial vehicle (motor carrier) enforcement. The Department has established, in conjunction with the Office of Emergency Management, a Disaster Relief Plan for the City of Highland Park.
The members of the Department have extensive experience and training to positively affect the quality of life issues important to the citizens of the community.
The Administrative Offices are located in the Robert Blackwell Municipal Building, 12050 Woodward Ave. Patrol Operations are conducted from the Highland Park Patrol Station, located at 14112 Woodward, in the Model-T Plaza. The Business Liaison Office is currently located at the Shoppes at Woodward Place Plaza, on Woodward Ave. at Sears Ave.
Highland Park Police Department Address:
Chester L. Logan, Chief of Police
14112 Woodward Ave,
Highland Park, MI 48203
Phone: (313) 252-0050
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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Highland Park, Michigan Jail:
Address 1: 30 Gerald Ave
City: Highland Park
Zip Code: 48203-3190
County: Wayne County
Phone #: 313-252-0323
Fax #: 313-867-3999
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 22537
Number of Officers: 78