Sandusky, MI

A caring community with quality services that focuses on people, where a business and community partnership creates opportunities for all.”

 

Welcome to Sandusky Police Department
Our department is dedicated to providing professional police services, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to the residents of the City of Sandusky.

The Department's goal is to serve and protect the Citizens of Sandusky, while developing a sense of security and well being for residents, businesses, and visitors.

Staff

*Part Time Officer

F.A.Q.s
Law Links
Safety Tips


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Department Contact:
Chief : Brett Lester

26 W. Speaker St.                                                                   
Sandusky MI 48471
(ph) 810-648-4016
(fax) 810-648-3959
blester@misandusky.com
Office Hours: Irregular, Emergencies dial 911


Sandusky MI Neighborhood Watch

 


 


Phone Numbers

73rd District Court
810-648-3250
Animal Control
810-648-4831
Emergency Services
911
Michigan State Police
810-648-2233
Sandusky City Hall
810-648-4444
Chamber of Commerce
810-648-4445
District Library
810-648-2644
Sanilac County Clerk
810-648-3212
Drug Task Force
810-648-4580
Prosecutors Office
810-648-3402
Sheriffs Department
810-648-2000
Traffic Magistrate
810-648-3424

 


Links

 

Law Enforcement Online
Get information on other law enforcement agencies throughout the United States and Canada. You can also read legal updates or view your areas crime rates.

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
This link connects you with the MADD home page. This home page will give you more information on drunk driving issues.

Michigan Missing Children
This website displays information on the children that have been reported missing from Michigan. Click here to see photos of these children.

Sexual Offender Registry Lookup
This link will allow you to search by zip code and view all registered sex offenders for that area.

D.A.R.E.
This will connect you with the official D.A.R.E. home page. This is a great site to visit if you have children. This page can also help you get a better understanding of drugs and what they do to those who take them.

CIA for Kids
Take an on-line trip to CIA Headquarters. Activities include, History, Book List, Canine Corps, Aerial Photography Pigeons, Geography Trivia Quiz, Try a Disguise, Break the Code, Word Puzzles, Spy-Fi Archives, and more.

FBI for Kids (K-5th grade)
About the FBI, Safety Tips, Working Dogs, Games, and more!

FBI for Youth (6th -12th grade)
Follow a case through the FBI Lab, take the Special Agent Challenge, spend a Day in the Life of an FBI employee, and read about the History of the FBI.

 


Safety Tips

 

Always lock your vehicle!
Every year we have numerous larcenies from vehicles that were left unlocked. It is quite rare for people to break into the vehicles that are locked. By locking your vehicle you greatly decrease your chances of being stolen from.

Register your bicycle with the Sandusky Police Department!
Each year there are numerous bicycles that are found abandoned in Sandusky. We have a form that you can fill out to register your bicycle with the Sandusky Police Department. This information is then added to our database of bicycles. Now when we find a bike we can search the database and return it to the proper owner. This information is also helpful in case your bicycle ever gets stolen. We will already have all of the information on your bicycle. It is also a good idea to write down the serial number, the make, and the model of your bicycle and keep it in a safe place at home.

Curfew for minors!
Curfew for minors under 12 years old shall not be out between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. on any day of the week unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Curfew for minors 12 years old through 16 years old shall not be out between the hours of 11:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Sunday through Thursday, or between the hours of 12:00 midnight and 6:00 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Do not give out your Social Security Number to people over the phone or internet!
It is not a good idea to give out such personal information about yourself to anyone. If this information gets in the wrong hands the possibilities are endless.

If you see something suspicious report it!
If you see something suspicious please report it at the time that you see it. You can do so by contacting Central Dispatch by calling 810-648-2000 so it can be investigated immediately.