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Hudsonville, Michigan Jail and Mugshot Information

The City of Hudsonville, Michigan has a population of 7,116. The mayor as of 2018 is Mark Northrup. His phone number is (616) 662-2663 and his email address is The city can be found in Ottawa County.

Mark Northrup
3275 Central Blvd.
Hudsonville, MI 49426
Phone: (616) 662-2663

The crime index of Hudsonville, as reported by a 2005 statistic, was 103.3. There has been 40 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 186 to 1.

Hudsonville, Michigan Police Station Information

Facts about crime in Hudsonville, Michigan:

  • The overall crime rate in Hudsonville is 30% lower than the national average.
  • For every 100,000 people, there are 5.29 daily crimes that occur in Hudsonville.
  • Hudsonville is safer than 36% of the cities in the United States.
  • In Hudsonville you have a 1 in 52 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
  • The number of total year over year crimes in Hudsonville has decreased by 2%.

The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office provides police services to the City of Hudsonville through a contract between Ottawa County and the City. This department oversees and preserves general peace and order by enforcing the laws of the United States, State of Michigan and Codes and Ordinances of Hudsonville.

Mike Bagladi, Sergeant
Hudsonville Branch, Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department
For general inquiries, phone: (616) 669-0010
To have a deputy dispatched, phone: (800) 249-0911
For emergencies, phone: 911
Fax: (616) 777-0017

The primary goal of the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office Corrections Division (Jail) is to insure the safety of inmates, corrections personnel, and residents of Ottawa County. This is accomplished by detaining inmates in a secure manner, in the least restrictive setting possible, given inmate classification. The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office Corrections Division strives to provide all inmates with humane living conditions and to protect inmate rights consistent with the United States Constitution, the Michigan Constitution, the laws of the State of Michigan and Department of Corrections guidelines.


The days, times and length of visits are determined by an inmate’s classification and behavior. A weekly visit is made by appointment only. Inmates are limited to 3 persons per visit. Appointments must be made through the Jail front office during normal business hours Monday – Friday. To set up a visit call (616) 786-4140. There will be no visits on Holidays.


Eligible inmates may receive commissary one (1) time each week. The maximum amount of commissary that may be ordered by an inmate is $75.00. Inmates are allowed to exceed the limit (up to $100.00) if the inmate is ordering a prepaid calling card. A combined order of commissary and a prepaid calling card may not exceed $100.00. Orders must be submitted by 8:00 am on Wednesday to receive the items that week. If an order is not received by the deadline it will be deferred to the next week.

Family and friends may also order commissary on behalf of an inmate by calling 1.888.634.0034. Orders must be submitted by 3:30 pm on Tuesday. Online orders can be placed by going to, or Credit card payment can be made with VISA, MasterCard and American Express. Orders must be submitted by 4:00 am on Wednesday for the inmate to receive the items that week. If an order is not received by the deadline it will be deferred to the next week.

*Orders not picked up within seven (7) days after an inmate’s release from custody will become the property of the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office.

Indigent kits are made available to inmates who have less than $2.00 in their trust account. A fee will be deducted from their account and repayment collected as funds become available. Indigent kits contain: 1-toothbrush, 1-toothpaste, 4-pieces of paper, 2-stamped envelopes, 1-golf pencil, 1-shampoo and 1-lotion.

All inmates will be issued a starter kit upon initial transfer to general population. A fee will be deducted from the inmate’s trust account to offset the cost.

Inmate Trust Account Deposits

Family and friends may go online to make a deposit of funds in to an inmate’s trust account at or by calling 1.866.422.6833. Funds (cash or credit card) may also be brought in person to the public lobby of the jail and placed in the kiosk 24 hours/7 days week. Deposits made with a credit card are limited to $200 per transaction, or $300 maximum within 14 days. Cash sent via the mail is not encouraged, however, if cash is received the money will be credited to the inmate’s trust account.

Hudsonville Police Station

Hudsonville, Michigan Jail:

Ottawa Corrections Division

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