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Michigan State Police / Monroe Post #28image002_8_
(734) 242-3500
300 Jones Avenue, Monroe Michigan 48161


SheriffPatchMonroe County Sheriff's Office
(734) 240-7401
100 E. Second Street, Monroe Michigan 48161


Monroe City Police Department image006_2_
(734) 243-7500
100 E. Second Street, Monroe Michigan 48161


MilanPDMilan Police Department(734) 439-1551
35 Neckel Court, Milan Michigan 48160


Carleton Police Department
(734) 654-6717
1230 Monroe Street, Carleton Michigan 48117


Luna Pier Police Department
(734) 848-6495
4357 Buckeye Street, Luna Pier Michigan 48157


Erie Township Police Department

(734) 848-5915
PO Box 187, Erie Michigan 48133

Department of Natural ResourcesMission Statement: “The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is committed to the conservation, protection, management, use and enjoyment of the State's natural resources for current and future generations.” Enter here for more information on the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.

Family Watchdog
Family Watchdog, which has been in production since August 25, 2005, allows you to see where registered sexual offenders live and work around you.  There is no fee associated with looking up offenders and viewing maps. Family Watchdog can proactively notify you when a registered sexual predator moves within up to five miles of three different addresses that you care about. You may use any address that you want…home,  school, church, playground, day care center, or whatever address is important to you. Enter here to search your neighborhood…

Project Safe Childhood
As part of Project Safe Childhood, the U.S. Department of Justice together with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) and the Ad Council have partnered to produce the following Public Service Announcements (PSA’s) in an ongoing initiative to protect America’s youth. Further, the Project Safe Childhood Web site provides information to our federal, state, and local community partners that will help protect our children from online exploitation and abuse.

Michigan Attorney General
An open letter from the Michigan Attorney General: Welcome to the Department of Attorney General Web site! It is designed to give you, the consumer, parent, taxpayer or citizen, important information about our efforts to protect your interests and quality of life. My staff and I are committed to safeguarding Michigan residents on issues ranging from consumer protection, Internet crime, child support and child safety and health care quality, along with energy and the environment, as well as a host of other legal issues facing our state. Among these many other issues, we are reinvigorating our criminal division, including the re-opening of cold case files to better serve justice. We hope you find our Web site useful as a resource and will use it to put the power of the Attorney General's office to work for you! Enter here to learn more...

Talking to Kids About Violence
Violence in today's world in the media, in our neighborhoods and even in our schools can make our children feel frightened, unsafe and insecure. Kids are hearing about and often must cope with tough issues such as violence at increasingly earlier ages, often before they are ready to understand all the aspects of complicated situations. Yet, there is hope. Parents and other caring adults have a unique opportunity to talk with their children about these issues first, before everyone else does. Enter here to learn more…

Take a Bite Out of Crime
McGruff the Crime dog has been talking about the issues that matter to U.S. citizens for more than 25 years. Now he’s addressing some of the latest crime trends and concerns – from Internet crime to bullying to identity theft. NCPC’s public service ads, featuring McGruff and other special celebrity personalities, let people know how they can identify suspicious behavior and protect themselves from potential crime.

Crime Prevention Association of Michigan
A community is a place where people live, work, worship, and play. It's also a gathering of people who live in the same area or who share common interests.  Communities can help keep themselves healthier by forming partnerships within the community that include representatives from law enforcement, criminal justice, neighborhood associations,  government, education, recreation, youth, seniors, parents, business, labor, health care, media,  houses of worship, and service organizations. Through these united efforts, citizens take ownership in their neighborhoods and build safer communities for the future.  

Learn about us, and join our membership.

Michigan Crime VictimsThe Michigan Victim Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated to the healing and protection of victims of violence, trauma, and abuse. Our mission focuses on meeting the needs of victims rather than on revenge, and we recognize that communication is the key in allowing the voices of victims to be heard. Our goals also include educating ourselves and the public on ways to help policymakers, community decision-makers, and the criminal justice system become more effective and more responsive to the needs of victims. To further these goals, the MVA develops partnerships with the broad spectrum of Michigan victim organizations and other groups that want to work with us to make Michigan a safer place in which to live and work.

Michigan Public Sex Offender Registry
The Michigan State Police (MSP) Public Sex Offender Registry (PSOR) is made available through the Internet with the intent to better assist the public in preventing and protecting against the commission offuture criminal sexual acts by convicted sex offenders. The Sex Offenders Registration Act, MCL 28.721et seq., directs the Michigan State Police to develop and maintain a public registry and provides guidelines on the type of offender information available to the public.  The registration requirements of the Sex Offenders Registration Act are intended to provide the people of this state with an appropriate, comprehensive, and effective means to monitor those persons who pose such a potential danger. This link reflects the current statute and due to continuous legislative changes, may not be indicative of the statute at the time the offender was convicted.

Michigan Legislature
Welcome to the Michigan Legislative website. This is afree service of the Michigan Legislative Council, the Michigan House of Representatives, and the Michigan Senate. Please note that legislative information for 1995 thru 2002 is now also available on this site. Enter here to begin your search…

FBI's 10 Most Wanted FugitivesEnter here to see the latest “TOP TEN” list of fugitives wanted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The FBI is offering rewards for information leading to the apprehension of Top Ten Most Wanted Fugitives. Check each fugitive page for the specific amount.

Do you have information that could help solve a crime or lead to the arrest of a fugitive? If so, please act quickly. The Crime Stoppers Alliance tip line has been operational since December 16, 1999. The program has helped to solve numerous crimes in our communities and has improved the quality of life for our citizens. This is a true partnership between public and private sectors and has been developed with input from citizens, the business community and law enforcement. Citizens can anonymously call the Alliance's toll free number, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to report information regarding unsolved crimes. Any person providing a tip resulting in a felony arrest is eligible for a cash reward up to $1,000. Enter here to learn more information.

Prosecuting Attorney Coordinating Council
The Michigan Prosecuting Attorneys Coordinating Council is a state agency that heads the Office of Prosecuting Attorney Coordination, an autonomous entity within the Department of Attorney General. PACC's CEO is the Executive Secretary, Tom Robertson, who is appointed by the Council's Executive Committee. The Assistant Executive Secretary is Kim Warren Eddie. PACC is funded to provide services to Michigan's Prosecuting Attorneys, their assistants, and other office staff.


US Department of Justice
Mission Statement: To enforce the law and defend the interests of the United States according to the law; to ensure public safety against threats foreign and domestic; to provide federal leadership in preventing and controlling crime; to seek just punishment for those guilty of unlawful behavior; and to ensure fair and impartial administration of justice for all Americans.