Message From the Director of Public Safety

Thank you for visiting the Brownstown Police web page. I believe you will be convinced that the men and women of the department work tirelessly to pursue ways to provide the best of service value from the tax dollars we receive. We here at the station have a commitment to service excellence and will strive for nothing less. This means we believe you deserve the best of service and we continue to use consumer driven technologies to innovate...

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Deputy Chief of Police

The Brownstown Police Department is committed to providing quality law enforcement to the residents, businesses and visitors to the Township. The Department employs 35 sworn law enforcement officers supported by 10 civilian...

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The Brownstown Police Department is bestowed with the duty of safeguarding all Brownstown citizens from crime and helping citizens when emergencies arise. The Uniformed Patrol Division patrols and responds to all calls for service within the incorporated area of the Township of Brownstown taking appropriate action as necessary. Members of the Uniformed Patrol are responsible for patrolling the township's streets, responding to calls for service, conducting preliminary criminal investigations, responding to emergencies, serving misdemeanor warrants, enforcing traffic laws and investigating accidents. Protecting the citizens of the township is top priority. Officers strive to do this in a respectful manner based on their commitment to excellence, mission, and values and beliefs.

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Brownstown Breaking News Alerts

Suspect Found Guilty in 2012 Halloween Murder

After a lengthy investigation and subsequent arrest of suspect, Gary Vincent Foley Jr, 26 years old, of Ecorse, Michigan, Mr. Foley was found guilty of First Degree Murder in the shooting death of Zita Kvasys on October 2, 2014.  Ms. Kvasys resided in the 15000 Block of Brandford and was shot and killed...

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Allen Road Closure

Wayne County Roads advises that beginning September 25th Allen Road will be closed at Gibraltar Road for 4-5 weeks while they switch to the North side of Gibraltar Road for repairs.  While traveling in this area, please drive with caution.

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Taking Back Prescription Drugs – DEA National Take Back Initiative

NATIONAL TAKE BACK INITIATIVE On September 27, 2014, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Brownstown Police Department, in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), will be giving the public the opportunity to turn in old prescription drugs at the Brownstown Police Department located at 23125 King Road,...

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History of the Brownstown Police Department

History of Brownstown Police Department

The early 1980's found the nation and Southeast Michigan struggling with an economic recession. Brownstown at the time relied on the Wayne County Sheriffs Office for police services with some help from the Michigan State Police. Being a "Charter" Township instead of a "General Law" Township provided Brownstown with protection against annexation from surrounding cities....

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