Grandville Police Department

  • Agency: Grandville Police Department
  • Address: 3181 Wilson Ave SW, Grandville, 49418 MI
  • Chief: Vernon L Snyder (Chief of Police)

Grandville Police Department is located at 3181 Wilson Ave SW, Grandville, 49418 MI. The Chief of Police of the department is Vernon L Snyder. The Grandville Police Department phone number is 616-538-6110.

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Here is the 2nd of a series of distracted driving PSA's. Thank you to the AV students at Grandville High School and AV teacher Terry Blevins for putting these together. Please be sure to share and have this important conversation with all of your loved ones. https://drive.google.com/a/gpsbulldogs.org/file/d/1FulnSKZ3DqEESNq8MQOXJNOtFvvn_Fpl/view?usp=drive_web

The Grandville High School AV program is providing us with Public Service Announcements as part of their course work. We enjoy our relationship with the Grandville Public Schools and working directly with the students. Please take a moment to watch the video. Share and have a conversation with your loved ones.

Are you prepared to hand over the car keys to your teen driver? Let us help you make your teen a safe, responsible driver. www.nhtsa.gov/road-safety/teen-driving Teen drivers are twice as likely as adult drivers to be in a fatal crash. Set them up for success. Review the rules of safe driving. Learn more: www.nhtsa.gov/road-safety/teen-driving In 2015, there were 1,972 drivers, 15 to 18 years old, involved in fatal crashes. Help decrease this number by following the rules of the road. Learn more: www.nhtsa.gov/road-safety/teen-driving Teens get into crashes because of inexperience and risk-taking. Set your teen up for success with the rules of the road. www.nhtsa.gov/road-safety/teen-driving Driver Education classes just aren’t enough. Talk to your teens about safe driving practices in order to keep them alive and injury-free. www.nhtsa.gov/road-safety/teen-driving National Teen Driver Safety Week is a great time to start talking to your teens about the rules of the road. Remember to continue the conversation all year long by sharing these rules with them! www.nhtsa.gov/road-safety/teen-driving Parents: You may not realize it, but you’re more of an influence on your teenager than you think. They will model your behavior when they’re driving. What are they learning from you? www.nhtsa.gov/road-safety/teen-driving Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens 15 to18 years old in the United States. Save their lives—talk to them about the consequences of dangerous driving behaviors. www.nhtsa.gov/road-safety/teen-driving Surveys show that teens whose parents set firm rules for driving, typically engage in less risky behavior and are involved in fewer crashes. Have you set the rules of driving for your teens? www.nhtsa.gov/road-safety/teen-driving Parents: This week and every week, educate your teen drivers about safe driving to reduce road risks. www.nhtsa.gov/road-safety/teen-driving Are you prepared to have a lifesaving conversation with your teen? Talk to your teen about the rules of the road. Learn more here: www.nhtsa.gov/road-safety/teen-driving The rules are simple—they give parents tips on safe driving behaviors for teens and address the most dangerous and deadly driving behaviors: alcohol, lack of seat belt use, distracted and drowsy driving, speeding, and no passengers. www.nhtsa.gov/road-safety/teen-driving Alcohol and driving don’t mix, no matter your age. Talk to your teen about the rules of the road. www.nhtsa.gov/road-safety/teen-driving Protect your teen. Start the conversation about safe driving this week, and continue it every day. It could save your teen’s life. www.nhtsa.gov/road-safety/teen-driving Teen drivers get information on road safety from many places including school and driver education class. But the family conversations can make a huge—and potentially lifesaving—difference. Talk to your teen today, and every day, about safe driving behaviors. www.nhtsa.gov/road-safety/teen-driving

Tonight we hosted the Bear Scouts from pack 3391. While they were with us they learned how to call for help, be a good witness, what equipment police officers use and all about fingerprints.

Contact: Ronnie Dahl For Immediate Release Cell: (313) 236-1220 Sept. 26, 2017 Twitter: @ATFHQ www.atf.gov ATF offers reward in gun store burglaries ATF, Kent County Sheriff, Grand Rapids Police and Grandville Police seek public’s help KENT COUNTY, Mich. — The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) in conjunction with the Kent County Sheriff’s Office, Grand Rapids Police Department, Grandville Police Department and the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), the trade association for the firearms industry, have announced a reward for information leading to the recovery of guns stolen from two federal firearms licensees (FFL) in Kent County. On Sept. 16, 2017, suspects broke into Cabela’s, 3000 44th St. S.W., in Grandville and stole 13 handguns. On Sept. 24, 2017, suspects broke into the Barracks 616 store, 5740 Foremost Dr., S.E., in Grand Rapids and stole 20 handguns. To date, five of the stolen handguns have been recovered, 28 are unaccounted. ATF is offering a reward in the amount of up to $2,500, which will be matched by the NSSF for a total reward of up to $5,000. This reward is part of a larger national cooperative initiative between the NSSF and ATF in which NSSF matches ATF’s reward in cases involving the theft of firearms from federally licensed firearms retailers. ATF works closely with members of the firearm industry to curb the criminal acquisition and misuse of firearms. Anyone with information about this crime should contact ATF at (800) ATF-GUNS (1-800-283-4867) or the Kent County Sheriff’s Office at (616) 632-6125. Information can also be sent to ATF via the mobile app Reportit, which is available on both Google Play and the Apple App Store, or by visiting www.reportit.com. All calls and tips will be kept confidential. ATF is the lead federal law enforcement agency with jurisdiction involving firearms and violent crimes, and regulates the firearm industry. More information about ATF and its programs is available at www.atf.gov.

Date: September 22, 2017 Subject: *** UPDATE *** Shots Fired – Kobe Steakhouse Release Date: Immediate ***UPDATE*** The Grandville Police Department recently received additional information that was in regard to the suspect whom fired shots into the air at Kobe Steakhouse earlier this morning. The suspect vehicle is now believed to be a black, Infiniti SUV with a possible partial Michigan license plate of DPY. We have attached a still photo which shows the shooting suspect and the suspect vehicle. Additional information was also received on a possible identity of the suspect from the simple assault that had also occurred during the time that the shots had been fired into the air. Both of these incidents remain under investigation. Anyone that can provide any additional information on the identity of the shooting suspect is asked to call either Silent Observer at 616-774-2345 or the Grandville Police Department at 616-538-3002 extension 2. Completed by: D/Sgt Renee Veldman Approved by: Deputy Chief Anglim

Officer Greco preparing all the kindergartners before they take the field at the Grandville game Friday.

**UPDATE** We were able to reunite dog and family. Thanks to all our followers for your help. This guy was found wandering in the Carlton Park/Vermont area about a half hour ago. If you know this dog or know where his home is please contact us on this page or call 538-6110. He'll be around for a little while but we'll have to bring him to the shelter eventually.

Some area schools start on Monday. Please watch your speed in school zones as our new radar trailer will be watching as well. We appreciate the donation of this educational device by an area business.