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Montrose Township Police Department

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*OWNERS HAVE BEEN FOUND*This dog was found on N Elms Rd north of Wilson Rd just before 2:00pm today. Please contact Mont...
04/09/2022

*OWNERS HAVE BEEN FOUND*

This dog was found on N Elms Rd north of Wilson Rd just before 2:00pm today. Please contact Montrose Township Police by dialing 911 if you are the owner.

Dog was reunited with owner, thanks for the assistance.This dog was found in the 10000 block of N Seymour Rd in Montrose...
12/04/2021

Dog was reunited with owner, thanks for the assistance.

This dog was found in the 10000 block of N Seymour Rd in Montrose Township at approximately 12:55pm. Contact 911 and an officer will meet the owner at the police department to get him back to them.

Dog found at Lake and Morrish.  Please contact Montrose Township Police by dialing 911 if you are the owner.
10/02/2021

Dog found at Lake and Morrish. Please contact Montrose Township Police by dialing 911 if you are the owner.

Montrose Township Police Department is proud to team with Voices for Children Advocacy Center and other local agencies i...
04/01/2021

Montrose Township Police Department is proud to team with Voices for Children Advocacy Center and other local agencies in displaying blue pinwheels to bring heightened awareness to National Child Abuse Prevention Month.

National Child Abuse Prevention Month recognizes the importance of families and communities working together to strengthen families to prevent child abuse and neglect. Through this collaboration, prevention services and supports help protect children and produce thriving families.

#NCAPM2021 #ChildAbusePreventionMonth #ThrivingFamilies

***UPDATE****Owners have been found.  Dogs reunited with Owners.  **These two dogs were found on Sheridan south of Lake ...
03/18/2021

***UPDATE**
**Owners have been found. Dogs reunited with Owners. **

These two dogs were found on Sheridan south of Lake Rd around 12:15 pm today. Please contact our office if you are the owners.

Dog found at Seymour and Willard.  Please contact Montrose Township Police by dialing 911 if you are the owner.
10/09/2020

Dog found at Seymour and Willard. Please contact Montrose Township Police by dialing 911 if you are the owner.

****UPDATE**** Owner Found!!!  Dog was found in the area of Morrish/Farrand this morning around 11:30 am.  If you are th...
06/07/2020

****UPDATE**** Owner Found!!!
Dog was found in the area of Morrish/Farrand this morning around 11:30 am. If you are the owner contact 911 to reach a Montrose Township Police officer.

Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police has made a short public service announcements for us to pass along to you.https...
05/13/2020
How To Avoid COVID-19

Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police has made a short public service announcements for us to pass along to you.

https://youtu.be/J-4CHl2j-_g

In this video, we provide some simple steps to help keep your family safe during this pandemic.

Congratulations to Detective Sgt. Maguire for winning the Genesee County Bearded Champion 2019.  Thank you to everyone w...
12/04/2019

Congratulations to Detective Sgt. Maguire for winning the Genesee County Bearded Champion 2019. Thank you to everyone who donated, liked and shared the posts and brought awareness to Voices for Children and their cause. Please continue to support Voices for Children and you can follow them on social media.

Hello, My Name is D/Sgt. Scott Maguire, I have worked for the Montrose Township Police Department for 18 years, 11 years as a patrol officer, 5 years as a school resource officer and the last 2 years as D/Sgt. As a young officer I was told when I received a call involving children who were sexually abused, I was to just take an initial report from the parent and our detective would handle the interview with the victim. I knew our detective sent the victim to be interviewed at Voices for Children, but I didn’t know much about them. It wasn’t till I was a school resource officer in charge of juvenile complaints, when I learned what Voices for Children is all about. Montrose is a smaller community in Genesee County and we don’t get these types of complaints in volume, however we do get them. The community of Montrose and all communities in Genesee County send children of all types of abuse to be interviewed at Voices for Children by a highly experienced interviewer and it is hard to put into words what a valuable resource that is, but I’ll try. To put it into prospective, if I were to interview 6 children of sexual abuse a year, Voices for Children interviews approximately 600 children a year. The services Voices for Children provides does not stop at interviews, they have medical examiners, social workers, counselors and more. Voices for Children follows the victim’s case from the initial interview and will continue to provide services even after the case is closed. Employee’s at Voices for Children support the victim and family through the entire court process. One employee in particular, Daphne the support dog, is allowed to sit next to the child as they testify. Testifying can be hard for adults, imagine being a child telling strangers in a courtroom the horrific things that happened to them and Daphne will sit there as the child pets her, helping to ease the anxiety of testifying. This year Voices for Children asked law enforcement officers to stop shaving for the month of November to help bring awareness to their organization. I believe Voices for Children is an important resource for my community and Genesee County. I support Voices for Children, please help me raise money for this organization and donate any amount to my multi-colored beard. Thank You

For a great cause:https://squareup.com/store/voicesforcac
11/26/2019

For a great cause:
https://squareup.com/store/voicesforcac

Hello, My Name is D/Sgt. Scott Maguire, I have worked for the Montrose Township Police Department for 18 years, 11 years as a patrol officer, 5 years as a school resource officer and the last 2 years as D/Sgt. As a young officer I was told when I received a call involving children who were sexually abused, I was to just take an initial report from the parent and our detective would handle the interview with the victim. I knew our detective sent the victim to be interviewed at Voices for Children, but I didn’t know much about them. It wasn’t till I was a school resource officer in charge of juvenile complaints, when I learned what Voices for Children is all about. Montrose is a smaller community in Genesee County and we don’t get these types of complaints in volume, however we do get them. The community of Montrose and all communities in Genesee County send children of all types of abuse to be interviewed at Voices for Children by a highly experienced interviewer and it is hard to put into words what a valuable resource that is, but I’ll try. To put it into prospective, if I were to interview 6 children of sexual abuse a year, Voices for Children interviews approximately 600 children a year. The services Voices for Children provides does not stop at interviews, they have medical examiners, social workers, counselors and more. Voices for Children follows the victim’s case from the initial interview and will continue to provide services even after the case is closed. Employee’s at Voices for Children support the victim and family through the entire court process. One employee in particular, Daphne the support dog, is allowed to sit next to the child as they testify. Testifying can be hard for adults, imagine being a child telling strangers in a courtroom the horrific things that happened to them and Daphne will sit there as the child pets her, helping to ease the anxiety of testifying. This year Voices for Children asked law enforcement officers to stop shaving for the month of November to help bring awareness to their organization. I believe Voices for Children is an important resource for my community and Genesee County. I support Voices for Children, please help me raise money for this organization and donate any amount to my multi-colored beard. Thank You

Timeline photos
11/26/2019

Timeline photos

LOOK OUT! Law Enforcement in Genesee County are letting the facial hair be free for our kids! One dapper individual of the law will be voted Genesee County's Bearded Champion for Children this November and it’s up to YOU to decide who has the strongest game. Photos are coming in and all you have to do is ‘like’ the Facebook photo in the ‘Genesee County Bearded Champion 2019’ album and/or donate to Voices for Children in the name of the officer whose facial hair you find most impressive! Be sure to like and share the original post. If you mustache a question, reach out to [email protected]

The officer who raises the most donations will be named the Bearded Champion! Go to https://squareup.com/store/voicesforcac to donate, and name your Champion!
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#GCBeardedChampion #BeardedChampionforChildren #voicesforcac #beardedchampionGenesee #noshavenovember

National Prescription Drug Take Back day from 10 am- 2pm this Saturday.
10/24/2019

National Prescription Drug Take Back day from 10 am- 2pm this Saturday.

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, every day over 115 Americans die of an opioid overdose, which is now the leading cause of death for people under 50 years old.

Get rid of unwanted prescription drugs by dropping them off Saturday, October 26th from 10 a.m until 2 p.m. at the Montrose Township Police Department located at 11444 Seymour Rd., in Montrose, MI. Free food and Halloween activities for the kids!

Please take a moment to clean out your closet as well and give the gift of warmth to a child in need.

Genesee County Prevention Coalition
Families Against Narcotics - Genesee County Chapter
Genesee Health System
Wellness Services, Inc.
The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center - Flint, MI

09/11/2019
A majority of car break-ins and thefts are from unlocked cars. Even if you are parked in front of your house, in your dr...
08/14/2019

A majority of car break-ins and thefts are from unlocked cars. Even if you are parked in front of your house, in your driveway or inside your garage, lock your doors. Criminals like to walk down the street and see if a car is unlocked, if it is they open the door and take whatever is visible and move on to the next target. However, if the door is locked, they are more likely to move on.

Sign up now for the Flint Superhero 2019 5K & 1K Fun Run. Consider being a runner, walker, or sponsor to help this cause...
03/14/2019

Sign up now for the Flint Superhero 2019 5K & 1K Fun Run.
Consider being a runner, walker, or sponsor to help this cause.
All proceeds benefit the Voices for Children Advocacy Center, which is dedicated to serving the child victims and families of child abuse in Genesee County. Register at www.flintsuperhero.run

CALLING ALL SUPERHEROS TO THE STARTING LINE!!!
Whether you are little or big, old or young, YOU CAN BE A SUPERHERO!!! Join us on April 27th at the Flint Farmers' Market to run for a great cause! Timed 5K for runners AND walkers and 1K Fun Run! Head to www.flintsuperhero.run and get registered! Run benefits Voices for Children Advocacy Center that provides services to over 500 children and their families a year!

Found dog(poss pit bull/boxer mix)at Vienna/Elms this evening.  Contact Montrose Township Police if you have information...
12/26/2018

Found dog(poss pit bull/boxer mix)at Vienna/Elms this evening. Contact Montrose Township Police if you have information on owner.

Dog was hit at Morrish and Dodge this morning approx 6am.  Contact the Montrose Township Police Department if this is yo...
08/23/2018

Dog was hit at Morrish and Dodge this morning approx 6am. Contact the Montrose Township Police Department if this is your dog.

This dog was found in the 13000 block of Duffield road this morning.  Please Contact 911 if you are the owner.
08/19/2018

This dog was found in the 13000 block of Duffield road this morning. Please Contact 911 if you are the owner.

10/03/2017

The Montrose Township Police have not received any reports on any abductions in the Montrose area. We would like to remind citizens if you were a victim of such crime to please contact our office to make a report.

09/08/2016
Contact: IRS Impersonation Scam Reporting - U.S. Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA)

If you or someone you know have been contacted in regards to this IRS scam here is a link to report the scam. Unfourtunately these scammers are overseas and there is not much any local police department can do. https://www.treasury.gov/tigta/contact_report_scam.shtml

TIGTA: promoting integrity in the administration of internal revenue laws. The United States Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) was established in January 1999 in accordance with the Internal Revenue Service Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998 (RRA 98) to provide independent…

09/07/2016

There is an IRS scam going around please be aware. These disgusting people are posing as Montrose Township Police Officers threatening citizens to get ITunes cards to pay off tax debt or go to jail. Somehow they can make our police department phone number show up on their caller ID. This is a scam, we do not collect debt for the IRS or anyone. Please pass this around. Thank you.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Police Officers and families of the Dallas Police Department.
07/08/2016

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Police Officers and families of the Dallas Police Department.

The Montrose Township Fire Department has issued a burning ban for all Montrose Township residents until further notice.
06/29/2016

The Montrose Township Fire Department has issued a burning ban for all Montrose Township residents until further notice.

We have had several complaints recently of vehicles running school bus flashing red signals.  Please for the safety of o...
03/22/2016

We have had several complaints recently of vehicles running school bus flashing red signals. Please for the safety of our students obey all bus signals and be cautious around school zones.

Stop up to the Save-On Pharmacy, 225 E. State in Montrose and say hi to Chief Ellis and donate to the Salvation Army.
12/17/2015

Stop up to the Save-On Pharmacy, 225 E. State in Montrose and say hi to Chief Ellis and donate to the Salvation Army.

12/16/2015

The Montrose Township Police and Fire Department will be ringing the Salvation Army bell 10 a.m.-7 p.m. at Montrose Sav-On Pharmacy, 225 E. State St., on Thursday, Dec. 17. In addition they will have a police car on site for residents to fill with toys for the organization to distribute to children for Christmas. The Salvation Army’s Christmas assistance program is intended to help those who “would otherwise be unable to celebrate Christmas,” representatives said. Residents are encouraged to visit the police officers and fire fighters who will be ringing the bell in rotating shifts

Address

11444 N. Seymour Rd
Montrose, MI
48457

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm

Telephone

(810) 639-5400

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We are tremendously grateful to our wonderful area first responders! Also, this has been the highlight of the Advent season for Quenton (our 4-year-old)! He talked for a long time afterward about how exciting it was to meet "really real police superheroes"! What a blessing you all are to our community. God bless you, and thank you for your service!
I just wanted to say a great big thank you to Officer Macy tonight. I was getting gas at the beacon bridge and then all of a sudden my car wouldn't start. As I was sitting in my car trying to figure out what I wanted to do next I happened to see a police officer pull in to the parking lot. Thankfully officer Macy was able to jumpstart my car and I was able to get home safely. Thank you so much Officer Macy & Stay safe!!
Is there a burning ban going on
I am told they elementary school principal was in contact with you about a particular vehicle speeding through the parking lot in the mornings- I'm not sure what, if anything was done. Especially as this individual continues to zip out of the lot daily without regard for the children walking near her. Is there anything you guys can do?
Can someone please call my husband at 706-302-1061 it’s urgent he speak to someone, we are in Georgia and trying to get help to someone?
Do you all (or fire) do saftey checks on car seats to make sure they are installed correctly?
My neighbors, whom have sold their home (currently unoccupied) come back to lawn maintenance weekly. I seen one of the owner's at the home last night as she was mowing the lawn with their John deere rider which they store on site in the pole barn, now here's the odd part, the rider was left outside near the front of the driveway all night by all accounts. A loud diesel truck engine woke me about an hour ago as it was parked in front of this neighbor's house, just sitting there idle then they drove off down towards Coke street turned around and have been back 6 to 8 time's in the last 45 minutes. This is not the owner's truck and I think someone might be contemplating taking this riding mower. The truck keeps rolling be. Large black truck with some kind of writing on the back cab window (lawn service company) I cannot make out the name. I live on the corner of ash/perry street. The neighbors I'm speaking about are kiddie corner from me on Perry. Not sure what to do
Please support the seniors. Join us for the monthly Breakfast Club at the Montrose Senior Center on Thursday, August 8, 2019. Breakfast is served between 8am and 9am. Public welcome. Pancakes, eggs, and your choice of sausage or bacon. $3.00 per person. Hope to see you there.
Is there a law requiring vehicles to have mufflers and/or be below a certain noise level? As soon as spring even tentatively hits, the corner of Duffield and Lake roads sounds like a dragway and it stays that way until our first foot of snow. It wasn’t like that when I bought my house 13 years ago, now I just sit outside in anger at the cars and trucks who go by with no muffler, that literally rattle my windows, and that squeal tires coming off the stop signs. Of course, whenever we see a police car sitting near, so do they so they behave. Y’all should just come in a plain car and sit on my swing and have tea one summer day, you’d write more tickets than your ticket book could handle! Thank you for all you folks do. We appreciate you!
Is there any chance you folks could sit in the parking lot on Allen Dr-- especially as football practice ends?! I'm beyond exasperated with people flying down my road as they leave the school!