29900 Civic Center Blvd.
Warren, MI. 48093
(Near Van Dyke / 12 Mile Rd)
Phone: (586) 574-4700
- Police Department (non-emergency) (586) 574-4700
- Office of the Commissioner (586) 574-4800
- Criminal Investigations (586) 574-4810
- Family Investigations (586) 574-4762
- Special Investigation (Drug Unit)(586) 574-4837
- Records Dept. (586) 574-4760
- Animal Control (586) 574-4806
- Traffic/Accident Investigation (586) 574-4870
- Detention/Prisoner Information (586) 574-4844
Frost Law Starts March 19, 2014 at 12:01 a.m. until further notice. Click here for more info from the Macomb County Department of Roads.
Police Memorial 2013
Internet users now can receive important information from the Warren Police Department instantaneously. Called “NeighborNet,”the new service allows the Warren Police to notify users on amber alerts, major traffic accidents and road closings. This program is specifically designed for Neighborhood Watch Programs, homeowners associations,and any other group or club that wishes to stay informed about the community. NeighborNet Watch programs have a higher success rate due to the fact that it provides a free homepagethat is secure-from the neighborhood down to the individual user. Neighborhood Watch block captains can have instant communication with the police department and their block concerning non-emergency information.Click on the below graphic to sign up!
It's auction time!
The City of Warren Police Department is always scheduling auctions for unclaimed, abandoned or forfeited vehicles. Dates and locations to be announced. For more information contact Officer Krzesak at 574-4872.
In an effort to stop prostitution, the City of Warren will now be publishing the names and photographs of those who are convicted of prostitution or attempting to acquire the services of aprostitute. A new page is being constructed for 2011.
The Explorer program is run by volunteers from the Warren Police Department. The program is for young adults 14-20 years old to learn about a career in law enforcement. The program offers hands on activities so participants can decide if law enforcement is the type of career they wish to pursue.
Click here to find out more about the Warren Police Explorers Program.