Monroe, Michigan Jail and Mugshot Information
The City of Monroe, Michigan has a population of 20,733. The mayor as of 2018 is Robert E. Clark. His phone number is (734) 384-9144 and his email address is email@example.com. The city can be found in Monroe County.
Robert E. Clark
120 East First Street,
Monroe, Michigan 48161
Phone: (734) 384-9144
The crime index of Monroe, as reported by a 2015 statistic, was 269.8. There has been 187 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 108 to 1.
Monroe, Michigan Police Station Information
A comprehensive overview of any and all yearly reported crimes in Monroe, 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 11% higher than the average of crimes committed in Michigan. It is also 9% lower than the national average. When it comes to violent crimes, Monroe, MI shows a crime rate that is 20% higher than the Michigan average. The crime rate is also 41% higher than the national average. When it comes to property crimes, Monroe, MI is shown to be 9% higher than the Michigan average and 17% lower than the national average.
Facts about crime in Monroe, Michigan:
- The overall crime rate in Monroe is 9% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 6.84 daily crimes that occur in Monroe.
- Monroe is safer than 19% of the cities in the United States.
- In Monroe you have a 1 in 41 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Monroe has decreased by 15%.
The Monroe Police Department has 175 years of history and proud service to the citizens of Monroe. Created in 1837, the Monroe Police Department constantly strives to maintain the highest possible level of service. With modern technology and innovative training, the Monroe Police Department continues as a leader in law enforcement.
From its beginnings in 1837, the Monroe Police Department has grown to a staff of 40 sworn officers with 10 civilian support personnel. Civilians are utilized to maintain records, parking enforcement, computers and management of the patrol vehicles.
In 2010 the Monroe Police Department began the transition to a Public Safety Department sending twelve officers to the fire academy. The first ever Public Safety Officers officially began duty on August 24, 2011. In April 2012 another 13 officers successfully completed the fire academy.
The Monroe Police Department Road Patrol is divided into four squads. Two squads for the day shift and two squads for the night shift. Our Road Patrol Officers work 12 hour shifts and are also responsible for PSO duties, when called upon. Each squad is supervised by a Shift Lieutenant. Overall, both Day Shifts and Night Shifts have oversight by their respective Shift Captain.
Investigations / Special Services
The Monroe Police Department has a Detective Bureau, which is comprised of 2 full-time detectives, Juvenile Investigations Detective, School Resource Officer, and 2 full-time Vice Officers.
The Detective Bureau is supervised by a Detective Lieutenant and a Vice Lieutenant, where overall oversight is achieved through a Detective Captain. The Detective Bureau and Vice Unit are responsible for the continued investigation of serious crimes, felony complaints, in-depth investigations, narcotic investigations, Arson Investigations, and Death Investigations, while taking a supportive role to the Road Patrol. The Detective Bureau is responsible for the follow-up investigations to Road Patrol complaints. All Detectives receive specialized training to successfully accomplish their duties, while providing the citizens of the City of Monroe with a high level of investigative service.
The Monroe Police Department Administration is comprised of the Office of the Chief of Police, Administrative Captain, and Records Bureau Staff. The Chief of Police is responsible for the overall operations of the Monroe Police Department, which is carried out with assistance, by the department Captains of each division for day to day operations. The Records Bureau staff is comprised of 4 full-time clerks, who are responsible for a myriad of clerical duties and business related tasks, as it pertains to the continued function of the business of the Monroe Police Department. Through supervision of the administration, the Monroe Police Department also utilizes part-time civilian employees (Cadets) for parking enforcement duties, as well as other tasks, which may be assigned.
Monroe Police Department Address:
Charles F. McCormick IV, Chief of Police
100 E. Second St.
Monroe, MI. 48161
Phone: (734) 243-7500
Fax: (734) 243-7512
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Address 1: 100 E Second St
Zip Code: 48161-2454
County: Monroe County
Phone #: 734-243-7500
Fax #: 734-243-7512
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 22420
Number of Officers: 43
Police Records Request in Monroe, Michigan
It is the policy of the City of Monroe that all persons, except those incarcerated, consistent with the Michigan Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), are entitled to full and complete information regarding the affairs of government and the official acts of those who represent them as public officials and employees. The people shall be informed so that they fully participate in the democratic process.
The City of Monroe’s policy with respect to FOIA requests is to comply with State law in all respects and to respond to FOIA requests in a consistent, fair, and even-handed manner regardless of who makes such a request.