Eastpointe Police Department

  • Agency: Eastpointe Police Department
  • Address: 16083 E 9 Mile Rd, Eastpointe, 48021 MI
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)

Eastpointe Police Department is located at 16083 E 9 Mile Rd, Eastpointe, 48021 MI. The Eastpointe Police Department phone number is 586-445-5100.

Eastpointe Police Department News

Anyone recognize this guy? He was found on Hayes south of 10 Mile today (10/16/17). If you know where he belongs, call the front desk. 586-445-5100.

Do you know him? He likes solitary walks in the dark, backpacking, fancy jeans, and taking people's property out of their cars and keeping it. We would like to help him meet likeminded friends in the Macomb County Jail. Contact Det. Hambright at 586-445-5100 to help out !

This is Pigpen. He's a stinky boy. He was found near McDonald's on 9 Mile. Do you know him? Call 586-445-5100 if you do !!

** UPDATE ** This guy is at the Macomb County Animal Shelter. His stray hold will end on 8-31-17. Please call 586-445-5115 on that date, for adoption/rescue inquiries. This adorable little man was found near Stephens/Rein. If you know him, get him home !!! Call the Eastpointe Police Department at 586-445-5100, x 1.

This young dude, about 6 months old, was found this morning near Stephens/Johnston. He needs his forever home. Help him get there !!

On July 7th at 5:30am, this community minded person broke into Kelly Beverage and commited larceny. He is a w/m, 50, with tattoos. Please help us to identify him. We would like to give him a place to call home for a while. Call 586-445-5100 with any information that can help us do just that !!

On July 26th at approximately 9:30pm, this suspect robbed the 7-11 at 9/Hayes. If you have any information that could lead to his arrest, please contact Det. Hambright at 586-445-5100, ext. 1029. Thank you !

This sideways pup was found this morning on Stephens. If you know where he lives, let us know. (Please turn your phone sideways for a better view....tech issue )😱

Let's find this guy's house! He was found in the Stephens/David area.

Over the last few weeks, we have had multiple larcenies from vehicles. Almost all cars have been entered through unlocked doors. These are crimes of opportunity. Thieves will pull door handles as they walk down the street. They will take electronic devices, jewelry, loose change, etc. Please lock your car doors when you park. Help us help you !!

Are you a responsible person with a desire to give back to the community all while making easy money? The Eastpointe Police Department is hiring crossing guards!! Crossing guards are responsible for two crossings per day on school days. Bonus - Crossing guards get to work outside in all weather conditions!! The opportunity of a lifetime only lasts the lifetime of the opportunity! We are only accepting applications at the police station until August 25. The pay is $11.50/hour. If you have any questions, contact Traffic Safety Officer Ignace at 586-445-5100 ext. 1022. http://eastpointemi.govoffice3.com/vertical/Sites/%7B7C4055DF-73E1-4D03-A393-4A1D90A24F1D%7D/uploads/Job_Application.pdf

P.A.C.E. (Police and Community for Equality) had another stimulating meeting this week. We talk about what individuals and groups can do to promote unity in the community. We have representatives from community groups, the Mayor, pastors from many of our churches, representatives from Congressman Levin's office, concerned citizens, and police administration here to discuss issues facing Eastpointe. If you would like to be part of the discussion, stop by City Hall at 11:00am on the third Tuesday of every month. For more information contact Police Chaplain James Friedman on FB or Deputy Chief Keiser. www.facebook.com/EastpointePACE

**UPDATE** We have identified and spoken with the person in the photos. Thank you to all who did their part to keep our community safe. On 7/4/17 this "man" exposed his genitals to two teenage girls on Gratiot near Eight Mile. The suspect followed the girls before the incident and they were able to take these photos of him. We have a spot reserved for him in our jail. If you know this person, please call Detective Hambright at 586-445-5100 ext. 1029. If you see him on the street, call dispatch at 586-777-6700.

UPDATE: SUBJECT IDENTIFIED AND CAPTURED !!😀 Let's get this shoplifter identified ! On 6-15-17 he entered the Rite Aid at 9/Gratiot and stole electronics and medication. He then fled in a 2000's GM pick-up that was silver in color with a dealer plate. He is approximately 30 years old with many tattoos. Call the Eastpointe Police Department at 586-445-5100 if you recognize this suspect.

The Eastpointe Police Department will have directed fireworks enforcement on patrol tonight. Even though the fireworks are legal, please be respectful of related laws: no ignition in the street or sidewalk, no trespassing, no ignition on private property without permission (schools, parks, closed businesses), no property destruction, no minors in possession of consumer fireworks (under 18), no assaults with fireworks, and no intoxicated persons igniting fireworks. Penalties range from civil infractions to arrest, and confiscation of all fireworks. CALL 777-6700 to have a car dispatched to your complaint. Remember, fireworks must stop at 12:00am. THANK YOU RESIDENTS !! HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY TO THE GREATEST NATION IN THE WORLD !! CELEBRATE PROUDLY AND SAFELY !!


The boil water advisory has been lifted. Thank you to the DPW's excellent work to restore our water services !!

UPDATE: This ball of energy found her forever home !!! So happy for her!! VERY friendly girl who won't sit still for a picture!! She was found near 8/Gratiot. 1-2 year old female. Please contact the Eastpointe Police Department at 586-445-5100 if this is your dog. - Lt. Gibson.

Congratulations to Lt. Shock for graduating with Class 411 of the Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command. The SPSC is an academically rigorous ten week program that provides instruction in multifarious aspects of police administration.

This young man was found near 9/Hayes. He is healthy, about a year old, but scared. Let's find his home ! He is at the police department and may be spending the night...call 586-445-5100 to help !!

This guy was found near 9/Donald. He is approximately 1 yr. old. He is very friendly, and as you can tell by the picture, will not sit still !!! If you know his owner call Animal Control at 586-445-5100.

Looking to give something back to your community? Want an introductory law enforcement job? . . . You’re in luck! The Eastpointe Police Department is hiring Police Service Aids. Service Aids are primarily assigned to the front desk reception area of the police department to greet and direct the public in the lobby and answer routine telephone calls. Service Aids also operate the computer systems utilized by the department, assist officers with their duties, and indirectly assist with the processing and monitoring of prisoners. The Service Aid position is staffed 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Successful candidates must pass a background check and drug screening. Applications are available at cityofeastpointe.net. Completed applications are being accepted at the police department until June 16, 2017.

There are some concerning reports that there was a shooting in Eastpointe last night. There was not. The situation people saw on Gratiot south of Ten Mile, as reported by the Macomb County Scanner page, was the result of a misguided individual inferring with a traffic stop conducted by the Roseville Police. Interjecting yourself in a police investigation can have serious consequences. Photo from Macomb County Scanner

In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation which designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week. Currently, tens of thousands of law enforcement officers from around the world converge on Washington, DC to participate in a number of planned events which honor those that have paid the ultimate sacrifice.

The Eastpointe Police Department welcomes our three newest police reserves. Officers Reid, Strong, and Hensley graduated from the police academy yesterday. Congratulations Officers! Stay safe!