Menominee City Police Department

Menominee City Police Department The Menominee Police Department will strive for “Continuous Improvement through Excellence Integrity and Service” Vision:

The Menominee Police Department will nurture an atmosphere of community, commitment, and compassion with our citizens, thus promoting a collaboration that will embody a shared purpose of service and safety while proactively identifying and addressing areas of concern.

We will accomplish this goal by providing our officers with the tools and training needed to expand their knowledge to meet and exceed future goals while serving our mission of “continuous improvement”.

Operating as usual

We thank all veterans for their service.
11/11/2021

We thank all veterans for their service.

We thank all veterans for their service.

Citizens of Menominee are reminded that the City of Menominee Snow Ban Ordinance takes effect on December 1, 2021 at 2:3...
11/05/2021

Citizens of Menominee are reminded that the City of Menominee Snow Ban Ordinance takes effect on December 1, 2021 at 2:30 a.m. through April 1, 2022.

Vehicles parked on the street overnight on November 30, 2021 will be ticketed.

The Menominee Police Department will require permits for all vehicles parked overnight in municipal lots located at 2nd Street and 5th Avenue; 2nd Street and 6th Avenue; 2nd Street and 9th Avenue; and 1st Street and 6th Avenue. The permit requirements are as follows:

Permits shall be issued upon application to the Police Department and shall be restricted to one-third (1/3) the total number of parking spaces available within each lot as determined by the city code enforcement officer.

Permits are available free of charge at the Police Department on a first come, first served basis during regular office hours Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4 pm.

Applications for permits shall require the registered owner of the vehicle, type of vehicle, vehicle registration and address and telephone number of the owner. Applications for permits may be denied by the Police Department. Anyone denied application may appeal to the City Manager by corresponding in writing to the City Clerk requesting a meeting with the City Manager.

Parking permits in city lots are required during plow periods from December 1 through April 1 of each year during the hours of 2:30 a.m. to 6:00 a.m.

Citizens of Menominee are reminded that the City of Menominee Snow Ban Ordinance takes effect on December 1, 2021 at 2:30 a.m. through April 1, 2022.

Vehicles parked on the street overnight on November 30, 2021 will be ticketed.

The Menominee Police Department will require permits for all vehicles parked overnight in municipal lots located at 2nd Street and 5th Avenue; 2nd Street and 6th Avenue; 2nd Street and 9th Avenue; and 1st Street and 6th Avenue. The permit requirements are as follows:

Permits shall be issued upon application to the Police Department and shall be restricted to one-third (1/3) the total number of parking spaces available within each lot as determined by the city code enforcement officer.

Permits are available free of charge at the Police Department on a first come, first served basis during regular office hours Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4 pm.

Applications for permits shall require the registered owner of the vehicle, type of vehicle, vehicle registration and address and telephone number of the owner. Applications for permits may be denied by the Police Department. Anyone denied application may appeal to the City Manager by corresponding in writing to the City Clerk requesting a meeting with the City Manager.

Parking permits in city lots are required during plow periods from December 1 through April 1 of each year during the hours of 2:30 a.m. to 6:00 a.m.

***UPDATE*** The below vehicle was located and recovered today 11/9/21. This post was seen by over 21,000 people thanks ...
11/04/2021

***UPDATE*** The below vehicle was located and recovered today 11/9/21. This post was seen by over 21,000 people thanks to your help, and based on the fact that the window tint was removed, the suspect likely saw it too. Thanks for assisting in a speedy recovery of the vehicle.

***STOLEN VEHICLE*** Between 5:45 and 7:45pm on 11/3/21 a 2012 Ford Fusion identical to the one pictured below was stolen from the 1600 block of 34th Ave. The vehicle has tinted windows, and a dent in the rear bumper. If you see a vehicle matching this description dial 911 and advise of the location. Thanks for your help!

***UPDATE*** The below vehicle was located and recovered today 11/9/21. This post was seen by over 21,000 people thanks to your help, and based on the fact that the window tint was removed, the suspect likely saw it too. Thanks for assisting in a speedy recovery of the vehicle.

***STOLEN VEHICLE*** Between 5:45 and 7:45pm on 11/3/21 a 2012 Ford Fusion identical to the one pictured below was stolen from the 1600 block of 34th Ave. The vehicle has tinted windows, and a dent in the rear bumper. If you see a vehicle matching this description dial 911 and advise of the location. Thanks for your help!

We wish everyone a safe and happy Halloween. Please watch out for two legged and four legged trick-or-treaters.
10/31/2021

We wish everyone a safe and happy Halloween. Please watch out for two legged and four legged trick-or-treaters.

We wish everyone a safe and happy Halloween. Please watch out for two legged and four legged trick-or-treaters.

Resolute’s Menominee Pulp Mill Employees Achieve Safety Milestone, Awarding $10,000 to Johnson Controls Backpack Program...
10/26/2021

Resolute’s Menominee Pulp Mill Employees Achieve Safety Milestone, Awarding $10,000 to Johnson Controls Backpack Program and $5,000 to Menominee Police Department’s K-9 Unit

Menominee (Michigan), October 21, 2021 – Employees at Resolute Forest Products’ Menominee pulp mill proudly presented checks to the Johnson Controls Backpack program and the Menominee Police Department’s canine (K9) unit at a ceremony held earlier today at the facility. Employees earned $15,000 of prize money through Resolute’s Board of Directors Safety Award program for achieving 1.75 million consecutive hours of work without a recordable injury. Employees reached the milestone on August 31, 2021 after eight and a half years of working safely.

Resolute President and Chief Executive Officer Remi G. Lalonde was joined by Police Captain Justin Hofer; Backpack Program Volunteer Maggie Faccio; as well as fellow executives and mill management and employees.

“We recognize our employees’ significant health and safety milestones to celebrate them and their achievements,” said Lalonde. “Employees share the award with our operating communities by choosing the benefactors themselves, which makes it special and meaningful, particularly in the context of the pandemic. We are very proud of our Menominee pulp mill employees for reaching this remarkable milestone.”

Employees selected the Johnson Controls Backpack program, managed by the Saint Vincent de Paul Society, to receive $10,000 to help provide school-aged children in need with essential
nutritional needs on non-school days. Collaborating with local businesses, the program provides food bags to more than 200 children children from pre-kindergarten to the high school level. A
second $5,000 donation was made to the police department’s K9 unit, which is an available resource for missing persons and drug searches, demonstrations at local schools and community events, as well as assisting other area law enforcement agencies.

“The Johnson Controls Backpack Program is a yearlong program that gives bags of food to school children for their weekend meals,” said Faccio. “Some children in the area only have the opportunity to eat at school, and hunger doesn’t take a summer vacation or a break on the weekends. Your generosity allows us to address any increased need.”

“Please accept our heartfelt appreciation and thanks for your $5,000 donation to assist us with our K9 unit program, which is typically funded by donations,” said Hofer. “Resolute’s contribution
will help us sustain a program that is instrumental in many areas of police work because canines extend police department capabilities.”

Resolute is committed to supporting the needs and interests of the communities where it operates. The company’s Board of Directors Safety Award program supports community and charitable organizations selected by facility employees for every 250,000 hours achieved without a recordable injury. More than $2.5 million has been donated to local organizations in the company’s operating communities since 2010.

About Resolute Forest Products:
Resolute Forest Products is a global leader in the forest products industry with a diverse range of products, including market pulp, tissue, wood products and papers, which are marketed in
over 50 countries. The company owns or operates some 40 facilities, as well as power generation assets, in the United States and Canada. Resolute has third-party certified 100% of
its managed woodlands to internationally recognized sustainable forest management standards. The shares of Resolute Forest Products trade under the stock symbol RFP on both the New
York Stock Exchange and the Toronto Stock Exchange.

Resolute has received regional, North American and global recognition for its leadership in corporate social responsibility and sustainable development, as well as for its business practices. Visit www.resolutefp.com for more information.

Photo: Back L to R: Phil Dixon, Scott Waloway, Jim Schuchart, Pete Hipke Front L to R: Officer Derek Weaver, Jason Triest, Todd Clausen
K-9 Dash

Resolute’s Menominee Pulp Mill Employees Achieve Safety Milestone, Awarding $10,000 to Johnson Controls Backpack Program and $5,000 to Menominee Police Department’s K-9 Unit

Menominee (Michigan), October 21, 2021 – Employees at Resolute Forest Products’ Menominee pulp mill proudly presented checks to the Johnson Controls Backpack program and the Menominee Police Department’s canine (K9) unit at a ceremony held earlier today at the facility. Employees earned $15,000 of prize money through Resolute’s Board of Directors Safety Award program for achieving 1.75 million consecutive hours of work without a recordable injury. Employees reached the milestone on August 31, 2021 after eight and a half years of working safely.

Resolute President and Chief Executive Officer Remi G. Lalonde was joined by Police Captain Justin Hofer; Backpack Program Volunteer Maggie Faccio; as well as fellow executives and mill management and employees.

“We recognize our employees’ significant health and safety milestones to celebrate them and their achievements,” said Lalonde. “Employees share the award with our operating communities by choosing the benefactors themselves, which makes it special and meaningful, particularly in the context of the pandemic. We are very proud of our Menominee pulp mill employees for reaching this remarkable milestone.”

Employees selected the Johnson Controls Backpack program, managed by the Saint Vincent de Paul Society, to receive $10,000 to help provide school-aged children in need with essential
nutritional needs on non-school days. Collaborating with local businesses, the program provides food bags to more than 200 children children from pre-kindergarten to the high school level. A
second $5,000 donation was made to the police department’s K9 unit, which is an available resource for missing persons and drug searches, demonstrations at local schools and community events, as well as assisting other area law enforcement agencies.

“The Johnson Controls Backpack Program is a yearlong program that gives bags of food to school children for their weekend meals,” said Faccio. “Some children in the area only have the opportunity to eat at school, and hunger doesn’t take a summer vacation or a break on the weekends. Your generosity allows us to address any increased need.”

“Please accept our heartfelt appreciation and thanks for your $5,000 donation to assist us with our K9 unit program, which is typically funded by donations,” said Hofer. “Resolute’s contribution
will help us sustain a program that is instrumental in many areas of police work because canines extend police department capabilities.”

Resolute is committed to supporting the needs and interests of the communities where it operates. The company’s Board of Directors Safety Award program supports community and charitable organizations selected by facility employees for every 250,000 hours achieved without a recordable injury. More than $2.5 million has been donated to local organizations in the company’s operating communities since 2010.

About Resolute Forest Products:
Resolute Forest Products is a global leader in the forest products industry with a diverse range of products, including market pulp, tissue, wood products and papers, which are marketed in
over 50 countries. The company owns or operates some 40 facilities, as well as power generation assets, in the United States and Canada. Resolute has third-party certified 100% of
its managed woodlands to internationally recognized sustainable forest management standards. The shares of Resolute Forest Products trade under the stock symbol RFP on both the New
York Stock Exchange and the Toronto Stock Exchange.

Resolute has received regional, North American and global recognition for its leadership in corporate social responsibility and sustainable development, as well as for its business practices. Visit www.resolutefp.com for more information.

Photo: Back L to R: Phil Dixon, Scott Waloway, Jim Schuchart, Pete Hipke Front L to R: Officer Derek Weaver, Jason Triest, Todd Clausen
K-9 Dash

10/21/2021
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10/21/2021

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We’re partnering with police to stop scams now. Protect yourself and others by sharing these red flags.

Wisconsin Public Service will NEVER:

🚨 Demand payment by cryptocurrency or third-party apps.
🚨 Threaten or try to scare you.
🚨 Disconnect you on short notice.

When in doubt, hang up and call 800-450-7260.

https://www.wisconsinpublicservice.com/safety/scam

We would like to thank Patty and Burt Schuring for the significant donation to our police department which will go towar...
10/20/2021

We would like to thank Patty and Burt Schuring for the significant donation to our police department which will go toward purchasing a new drone, our K-9 program, and other equipment needs of our officers. We appreciate your generosity and continued support of our department.

We would like to thank Patty and Burt Schuring for the significant donation to our police department which will go toward purchasing a new drone, our K-9 program, and other equipment needs of our officers. We appreciate your generosity and continued support of our department.

10/07/2021

Join us for our annual Down Town Trick or Treat, October 28, 2021.
#Halloween #TrickOrTreat #DownTown #SmallBusiness Menominee, Michigan

A Message from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children@missingkids  “With school back in session, experts a...
09/30/2021

A Message from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
@missingkids

“With school back in session, experts are warning parents to educate their children about personal safety, especially while they’re traveling to and from school. That’s when attempted abductions of children are most likely to happen by a non-relative or stranger, according to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC).” The center “says on its website that school-age children are at the greatest risk of an attempted abduction on school days compared to weekend days. According to the center, attempted abductions of school-age children were most likely to happen before school (7 a.m. – 9 a.m.), right after school (3 p.m. – 4 p.m.) and after dinner (6 p.m. – 7 p.m.).”

NCMEC ( www.missingkids.org ) provides safety and prevention resources for families and child-serving professionals focusing on the topics of online and real-world safety, including skills on how to handle a variety of situations ranging from staying home alone to knowing what to do in case of an emergency, to abduction and child sexual exploitation prevention.

A Message from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
@missingkids

“With school back in session, experts are warning parents to educate their children about personal safety, especially while they’re traveling to and from school. That’s when attempted abductions of children are most likely to happen by a non-relative or stranger, according to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC).” The center “says on its website that school-age children are at the greatest risk of an attempted abduction on school days compared to weekend days. According to the center, attempted abductions of school-age children were most likely to happen before school (7 a.m. – 9 a.m.), right after school (3 p.m. – 4 p.m.) and after dinner (6 p.m. – 7 p.m.).”

NCMEC ( www.missingkids.org ) provides safety and prevention resources for families and child-serving professionals focusing on the topics of online and real-world safety, including skills on how to handle a variety of situations ranging from staying home alone to knowing what to do in case of an emergency, to abduction and child sexual exploitation prevention.

Thank you Stang Sales and Service and the Stang family for the delicious subs. We appreciate your thoughtfulness.
09/28/2021

Thank you Stang Sales and Service and the Stang family for the delicious subs. We appreciate your thoughtfulness.

Thank you Stang Sales and Service and the Stang family for the delicious subs. We appreciate your thoughtfulness.

Hello Menominee Community!  We are excited to be joining Neighbors in our efforts to connect with residents and improve ...
09/27/2021

Hello Menominee Community! We are excited to be joining Neighbors in our efforts to connect with residents and improve the safety of our communities. Neighbors allows you, the user, to share photos, videos and information related to local crime and safety incidents so fellow residents can stay informed.

The Menominee Police Department can view what local residents have posted publicly to Neighbors and can now chime-in with relevant updates or safety alerts to help residents stay informed. You do not need a Ring device to join Neighbors. Anyone with a smartphone can download the Neighbors App in order to receive updates and have the option to post photos or videos from any device.

Feel free to spread the word and make sure to always report criminal activity or emergency situations directly to the Menominee Police Department by contacting us at (906) 863-5568 for non-emergency incidents or 911 for emergencies.

Hello Menominee Community! We are excited to be joining Neighbors in our efforts to connect with residents and improve the safety of our communities. Neighbors allows you, the user, to share photos, videos and information related to local crime and safety incidents so fellow residents can stay informed.

The Menominee Police Department can view what local residents have posted publicly to Neighbors and can now chime-in with relevant updates or safety alerts to help residents stay informed. You do not need a Ring device to join Neighbors. Anyone with a smartphone can download the Neighbors App in order to receive updates and have the option to post photos or videos from any device.

Feel free to spread the word and make sure to always report criminal activity or emergency situations directly to the Menominee Police Department by contacting us at (906) 863-5568 for non-emergency incidents or 911 for emergencies.

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We thank all veterans for their service.
Citizens of Menominee are reminded that the City of Menominee Snow Ban Ordinance takes effect on December 1, 2021 at 2:30 a.m. through April 1, 2022. Vehicles parked on the street overnight on November 30, 2021 will be ticketed. The Menominee Police Department will require permits for all vehicles parked overnight in municipal lots located at 2nd Street and 5th Avenue; 2nd Street and 6th Avenue; 2nd Street and 9th Avenue; and 1st Street and 6th Avenue. The permit requirements are as follows: Permits shall be issued upon application to the Police Department and shall be restricted to one-third (1/3) the total number of parking spaces available within each lot as determined by the city code enforcement officer. Permits are available free of charge at the Police Department on a first come, first served basis during regular office hours Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4 pm. Applications for permits shall require the registered owner of the vehicle, type of vehicle, vehicle registration and address and telephone number of the owner. Applications for permits may be denied by the Police Department. Anyone denied application may appeal to the City Manager by corresponding in writing to the City Clerk requesting a meeting with the City Manager. Parking permits in city lots are required during plow periods from December 1 through April 1 of each year during the hours of 2:30 a.m. to 6:00 a.m.
***UPDATE*** The below vehicle was located and recovered today 11/9/21. This post was seen by over 21,000 people thanks to your help, and based on the fact that the window tint was removed, the suspect likely saw it too. Thanks for assisting in a speedy recovery of the vehicle. ***STOLEN VEHICLE*** Between 5:45 and 7:45pm on 11/3/21 a 2012 Ford Fusion identical to the one pictured below was stolen from the 1600 block of 34th Ave. The vehicle has tinted windows, and a dent in the rear bumper. If you see a vehicle matching this description dial 911 and advise of the location. Thanks for your help!
We wish everyone a safe and happy Halloween. Please watch out for two legged and four legged trick-or-treaters.