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Port Huron Police Department
Acting Chief of Police
100 McMorran Blvd.
Port Huron, MI 48060
The Police Department is a full-service 24-hour operational department entrusted with the safety and general welfare of the residents of Port Huron.
The department includes a Detective and Juvenile Bureau that are responsible for follow-up procedures on all criminal complaints. The department operates a Uniform Division.
The Traffic Bureau is responsible for accident reports, traffic tickets and fines. All records are maintained here and the office is open to the public during the normal business hour of the M.O.C. building.
The Community Service Bureau is in charge of the organization and implementation of various preventive style programs. This includes Neighborhood Watch Groups, Drug Prevention Programs, Crime Awareness/Prevention. A Community Service Officer is available after hours for presentations and informational meeting with neighborhood groups or local organizations.
The Police Department also maintains a Police Cadet Program where law enforcement students may work part-time for the City while attending college classes.
The Police Department of the City of Port Huron is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc., (CALEA®)