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Like the City as a whole, the Ypsilanti Police Department has a history rich in Pride, Diversity, and Heritage that can be traced back as early as 1825, when the first settler, Benjamin Woodruff, became sheriff. Four years later, the job of constable became part of the general elections.
Learn about the K-9 Officer and his partner Opie.
The Records Bureau is responsible for processing all police incidents/reports and paperwork. In order to determine the status of a report, citizens should contact the Records Bureau.
Ordinance Enforcement is a division of the Police Department. Its purpose is to ensure safety and compliance with city code requirements.
Read about how the Police Department participates with the community to help keep Ypsilanti safe.
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We compiled a list of links that are answers to frequently asked questions.
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For nearly two decades, the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office has offered the Shop With a Cop program in both eastern and western Washtenaw County during the holiday season. Read on...
Taylor North clinched the 2021 Little League World Series Championship on August 28, 2021, marking the first time a team from Michigan won the title since 1959. Read on...
Washtenaw County Sheriff Jerry Clayton was requested by Senator Cory Booker’s Office to write a letter to help inform a subcommittee hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Read on...
The verdict in the Derek Chauvin Case is in. He has been found guilty of murdering George Floyd. Read on...
The Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce that Sheriff Jerry L. Clayton has been appointed by Governor Gretchen Whitmer to the Michigan Jail Reform Advisory Council. Read on...
Washtenaw County Sheriff, Jerry L. Clayton is asking for our community partners and community members to help spread the word to individuals who were incarcerated in the Washtenaw County Jail at anytime from January 1, 2013 to December 31, 2020. Read on...
The Pittsfield Township Department of Public Safety has joined other agencies throughout Washtenaw County by moving Police Dispatch operations to the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office (Metro Dispatch) Regional Dispatch Center, and Fire Dispatch operations to Huron Valley Ambulance.
Pittsfield Township will continue to have their police and fire personnel dispatched to all calls for service; the only change will be where the dispatch services occur.
Accessing services at Pittsfield Township's Department of Public Safety:
- Front desk assistance; personnel are staffed at the DPS front desk to assist with non-emergency calls and walk-in requests for information Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
- Records Department hours of operation remain Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Please call for assistance at 734.822.4930.
- At all three Department of Public Safety Buildings; after-hours call boxes are available to request assistance for emergency and non-emergency calls 24 hours a day (dials directly to Metro Dispatch: 734.994.2911).
- A telephone in the main station (6227 W. Michigan Avenue) lobby will also be available to call for assistance during open lobby hours if needed.
Residents have access to the following services:
- Walk-in services at the police department (filing police reports and obtaining general assistance) continue same as before. A support services assistant or responding officer will provide assistance as needed.
- Vacation Property Checks (online at the Township website)
- Filing police reports online: please review the guidelines on what types of crimes can be reported through this system (online at the township website)
- Requests regarding services or questions can be sent via email to [email protected]
- Code Enforcement issues/concerns please call 734.822.2111.
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Police & Fire
Emergencies Dial 9-1-1
The City of Dexter contracts for fire & rescue services with the Dexter Area Fire Department.
The City of Dexter contracts for police services with the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office.
For water/sewer emergencies after hours please call 734-368-5212.
Dexter Area Fire Department
(734) 426-4500 (non-emergency number; use 911 for an emergency)
In 1877, the Village of Dexter purchased their first hook and ladder truck, axes and pails and formed the "Hook & Ladder Company #1". More than 100 years later, in 1985, the Dexter Area Fire Department (DAFD) was created. The DAFD services the City of Dexter, Dexter Township, and Webster Township and all of the communities have representation on the DAFD's governing board.
The DAFD consists of both full-time personnel and paid on-call volunteers who cover a 65 square mile area within Washtenaw County. The ISO (Insurance Service Organization) rating is 5. The DAFD has one primary station and two substations throughout the area. The main fire station located in downtown Dexter is equipped with an engine rescue pumper, tower, 2 tankers, and 1 rescue/brush truck. The Dexter Township substation is equipped with an engine and a brush/rescue truck and the Webster Township substation is equipped with a pumper engine, a utility vehicle and a grass fire truck.
Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office
Non-Emergency Dispatch: (734) 994-2911
The City's law enforcement and public safety needs are providing by a contract with the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office. The contract is in conjunction with Dexter and Webster Townships. The local Washtenaw County Sheriff's Station, located in the same building as the Fire Department, serves the City and surrounding townships.
There are nine deputies. These include one school liaison; four deputies patrolling the 3 municipalities; "COPS" (community oriented police) working in conjunction with the individual municipalities on special problems, crime prevention and other local law enforcement activities; and one sergeant. The Washtenaw County Sheriff's Station is equipped with one motorcycle, for special events and day-to-day patrol, five marked patrol cars and one unmarked patrol car to cover the entire 75 square mile service area.