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Taylor, Michigan Jail and Mugshot Information
The City of Taylor, Michigan has a population of 63,131. The mayor as of 2018 is Rick Sollars. His phone number is 734-287-6550. The city can be found in Wayne County.
23555 Goddard Road
Taylor, MI 48180
The crime index of Taylor, as reported by a 2016 statistic, was 299.4. There has been 177 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 345 to 1. The number of registered sex offenders compared to the number of residents in this city is near the state average.
Taylor, Michigan Police Station Information
A comprehensive overview of any and all yearly reported crimes in Taylor, 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 29% higher than the average of crimes committed in Michigan. It is also 7% higher than the national average. When it comes to violent crimes, Taylor, MI shows a crime rate that is 32% higher than the Michigan average. The crime rate is also 57% higher than the national average. When it comes to property crimes, Taylor, MI is shown to be 28% higher than the Michigan average and equal to the national average.
Facts about crime in Taylor, Michigan:
- The overall crime rate in Taylor is 7% higher than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 8.35 daily crimes that occur in Taylor.
- Taylor is safer than 16% of the cities in the United States.
- In Taylor you have a 1 in 33 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Taylor has decreased by 8%.
“The Taylor Police Department is dedicated to upholding a professional and ethical standard while providing a safe and secure environment for all persons living in, working in or visiting the City of Taylor.
It shall be our continuous goal to deter behavior and conditions that lead to crime and the fear of crime, while building a close partnership with the community we serve.
Therefore, we, the officers and staff of the Taylor Police Department, are committed to the ideal that every citizen is to be treated in a professional manner with dignity, compassion and respect.”
Investigative Services Division
The Investigative Services Division of the Taylor Police Department is comprised of eight investigators and a supervisor. The Polygraph Unit is a part of this Division in addition to crime scene investigations. There is also a Domestic Violence Unit assigned to the Division that includes one investigator (assigned solely to family criminal matters), a prosecutor, and a victim’s advocate.
The Taylor Police Department Traffic Division primary duty is to help ensure the safety and welfare of motorists traveling in and through Taylor. Two major freeways, I-94 and I-75, travel through the city in addition to a major thoroughfare in Telegraph Road. More than 160,000 vehicles are estimated to move through Taylor on a daily basis. The Traffic Division investigates serious crashes and conducts crash follow-up investigations. This division also manages all special traffic enforcement, abandoned vehicles and various other programs and special projects.
The Patrol Division is essential in apprehending offenders and repressing criminal behavior. It furthers the Department’s community policing goals by encouraging a positive relationship with the community and by assisting residents and businesses with resolving nuisance-type issues. Several officers are assigned to the traffic section. Three officers work as K-9 handlers.
Crisis Negotiations Team (CNT)
The Taylor Police Department has three officers assigned to the Downriver Crisis Negotiation Team (CNT) and is a component of Downriver Mutual Aid.
Firearms Training Unit
The mission of the Taylor Police Department’s Firearms & Use of Force Training Unit is to provide professional training in the techniques and safety in the use of firearms and alternative uses of force.
The Taylor Police Honor Guard provides the Police Department with a specially trained ceremonial team to render honors, preserve tradition, stimulate Esprit-de-corps and instill pride.
The Taylor Police Department currently has two K-9 units. The dogs are cross trained and certified by the North American Police Work Dog Association.
Officers on “Special Assignment”
The Taylor Police Department participates in Federal and State task forces in collaborative efforts to combat crime and money laundering.
Special Weapons & Tactics Team (SWAT)
The mission of the S.W.A.T. team is to provide the department and the community with a means to contain or resolve high-risk situations involving armed subjects, hostage situations, snipers or ambushes.
Taylor Police Department Address:
John Blair, Chief of Police
23515 Goddard Road
Taylor, MI 48180
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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Taylor, Michigan Jail:
Address 1: 23515 Goddard Rd
Zip Code: 48180-4195
County: Wayne County
Phone #: 734-374-1444
Fax #: 734-374-1340
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 75000
Number of Officers: 95
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