New Baltimore Police Department

  • Agency: New Baltimore Police Department
  • Address: 37885 Green St, New Baltimore, 48047 MI
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: (586) 725-2181
Fax: (586) 725-1371

New Baltimore Police Department is located at 37885 Green St, New Baltimore, 48047 MI. The New Baltimore Police Department phone number is (586) 725-2181.

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On March 8, 2018 the City of New Baltimore received notification from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ). This notification explained that they detected very low levels of per- and polyfloroalkyl (PFOA and PFOS) in the City of New Baltimore’s drinking water. These chemicals are used in many consumer products such as fast food wrappers, waterproof fabrics, nonstick cookware and cleaning supplies. The results indicated that the levels found are well below the reporting limit or “Level of Quantification” and should be considered estimated. According to the information provided by the MDEQ, the levels are “below which no harm is expected from these chemicals”. The amount of PFOA and PFOS found in the City of New Baltimore’s water was 2.533 parts per trillion, which is well below the EPA advisory of 70 parts per trillion and are not expected to result in adverse health effects. The City will continue to work with the MDEQ with regard to this issue and additional testing of the drinking water will be conducted. In the meantime, it is important for residents to know that the water is safe to drink.

NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for SUMMER CADET POSITIONS. Summer Police Cadet Employer: City of New Baltimore Police Department Population: 12,084 Compensation: Salary is $9.25 per hour, based on a potential 30-hour “work week”. Other City of New Baltimore defined benefits do not apply to this position. Posting Date: 3-07-2018 Closing Date: 4-14-2018 To Apply: Interested individuals must submit a cover letter, resume and approved employment application no later than 3pm on April 14th 2018. The cover letter may be submitted via e-mail to Estyles@cityofnewbaltimore.org or via mail to; New Baltimore Police Department Attn. Lieutenant Eric Styles 37885 Green Street New Baltimore, MI 48047 Description: Special Requirements: Shift schedules run daily, to include holidays & weekends, from 12:30 pm until 10pm (9 ½ hours) and are subject to cancellation due to weather conditions. The uniformed position is based on an estimated 28-30 hours per week Memorial Day through Labor Day. The applicant must be able to work the specified hours for the duration of the employment period. The Cadet Program provides an opportunity for men and women who wish to pursue/acquire a career in law enforcement to obtain valuable training in various aspects of police work. The duties in this assignment will be specifically detailed for the patrols and enforcement of recreational settings. Additionally, the position will offer the cadet a well-rounded exposure and appreciation of the law enforcement process and the various functions performed by police officers. Cadets shall be assigned to patrol the city park systems, and performing such duties as directed by the Chief of Police or his designee. Daily direction and work assignments shall be through a chain of command. Duties may include, but not limited to, parking enforcement and various park ordinances. Cadets must acquire knowledge of geography in the City, the procedures of the department, the functions of the various units within the department and how they relate to one another.  All persons entering the New Baltimore Police Department Cadet Program are required to successfully complete a 30 hour orientation / training program. The program will cover police department procedures, policies, chain of command, organizational structure and equipment, including the handling of firearms.  The use of technology is required for report writing (Microsoft/Windows based programs), identification programs, intra-office memorandums, operation of camera systems & other miscellaneous clerical tasks and functions.  Retention in the Cadet Program will be based on satisfactory performance evaluations that include assessments of attendance, dependability, performance, attitude, self-initiation, reading & writing abilities and interaction with members of the public.  Police Cadets will be held responsible for adhering to all related provisions set forth in the City of New Baltimore’s personnel policy manual and the police department policy & procedure manuals to include the rules & regulations handbook located at the front desk. NOTE: Cadets are considered at-will employees and not guaranteed future employment beyond the seasonal term. Qualifications: 1. Be a citizen of the United States. 2. Be a high school graduate. 3. Possess a valid Michigan operator’s license and have a good driving record, as defined by the department. 4. Have no felony convictions and no serious record of misdemeanor convictions; must not have been adjudicated psychologically unfit; must be of good moral character. 5. Pass the examination process, may include: a. Written examinations b. Psychological screening c. Oral interview d. Physical agility testing 1. Physical capacity requirements: position requires walking, climbing, standing, bending, stooping, twisting, lifting, reaching, handling, grasping, bicycle operation, finger dexterity and/or feeling, sitting, talking, hearing and visual acuity. e. Medical examination, with drug screening f. Comprehensive background investigation g. Possess normal hearing, normal color vision, and normal visual functions and acuity in each eye correctable to 20/20. Normal color vision shall be determined by medically approved testing measures. 6. The applicant must be free of any serious physical or mental defects or impairment that would prevent active participation as a law enforcement Cadet in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Found Dog Alert UPDATE! His owners just picked him up and he is on his way home. Thank You for sharing!

The New Baltimore Police Department is Proud to Share: OK2SAY. What is OK2SAY? OK2SAY is a program designed to empower Michigan students, parents, school personnel, community mental health service programs, and law enforcement to share and respond to student safety threats. A Culture of Silence In the majority of violent incidents that occur in our schools, someone other than the perpetrator of violence knows of a threat before it’s carried out but fails to report it. Often, students choose to keep quiet because they fear retaliation, rejection, or stigmatization by their peers. The result is a culture of silence in which students suffer harm that could have been prevented if another had chosen to speak out. A Commitment to Safety The goal of OK2SAY is to stop harmful behavior before it occurs by encouraging anyone to report threatening behavior to caring adult authorities who can help. OK2SAY encourages Michigan residents to confidentially submit tips 24/7 using the OK2SAY mobile app, online, email, texting, or by calling trained program technicians. Upon receipt of a tip, specially trained OK2SAY technicians address the immediate need and forward the information to the appropriate responding law enforcement agency or organization. Tips go to schools, local law enforcement agencies, community mental health agencies or the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. A Call Saves Lives Ultimately, it’s about early intervention and prevention. When students make the courageous decision to break the code of silence and speak out against harmful behavior, they equip authorities with the information needed to respond to threats and avert tragedy. And that’s a good thing for Michigan schools, communities, and families. So, let’s stand up for student safety. Remember: it’s OK2SAY. http://www.mi.gov/ok2say

Officer's Johannes & M. Lindstrom had a chance to enjoy the sledding hill at the 24 Mile Road Park with the kids today!

ALERT: SNOW EMERGENCY DECLARED - This is in effect starting at 6:00 PM TONIGHT, February 9th, 2018 -NO PARKING ON CITY STREETS PERMITTED. Please remove all parked vehicles from the public roadways. Thank You in advance for your cooperation! Please do not snow blow, shovel or push snow into public streets! Sec. 48-125. - Obstruction caused by snow or ice removal. It shall be unlawful for any person, whether licensed or not, to place or to permit to be placed or remain any accumulation of snow or ice caused or the direct result of moving, removing or plowing of any snow or ice on any public street or thoroughfare within the city which obstructs the view at a height of more than four feet. No snow or ice shall be deposited at intersections. Snow or ice removed from private property shall be deposited on those premises. Fire hydrants shall be kept free of snow and ice at all times. (Code 1981, § 4.70)

Per the Anchor Bay Schools website: A.B. Middle Schools and ABHS will be having an early dismissal. See attached.

ALERT: The New Baltimore Police Department is requesting the public's assistance in identifying this subject in the video/pictures. The subject was last seen on 01-08-2018 at approximately 10:57 am, in the area of Alfred and Rose Streets. A burglary was discovered in the area shortly after, so detectives would like to interview this subject as a person of interest. Anyone having any information regarding this subject or the incident please contact Detective Stevens @ 586-725-2181.

ALERT: The New Baltimore Police Department is requesting the public's assistance in identifying this subject in the video/pictures. The subject was last seen on 01-08-2018 at approximately 10:57 am, in the area of Alfred and Rose Streets. A burglary was discovered in the area shortly after, so detectives would like to interview this subject as a person of interest. Anyone having any information regarding this subject or the incident please contact Detective Stevens @ 586-725-2181.

ALERT: The New Baltimore Police Department is requesting the public's assistance in identifying this subject in the video/pictures. The subject was last seen on 01-08-2018 at approximately 10:57 am, in the area of Alfred and Rose Streets. A burglary was discovered in the area shortly after, so detectives would like to interview this subject as a person of interest. Anyone having any information regarding this subject or the incident please contact Detective Stevens @ 586-725-2181.

Assistance Needed: The New Baltimore Police Department is seeking assistance from the public in identifying the owner/driver of this vehicle. We believe it may be a Ford F-250 single cab/long bed with a snow plow and a small salt spreader on the back. The driver of this vehicle is a "person of interest" in a damage to property incident that occurred on December 24th around 1:40 AM in the area of McKinley and Ashley Streets. If you have any information on this driver or vehicle, Please contact Det/Sgt. Willer at 586-725-2181. Thank You.

We would like to thank everyone who brought up Christmas goodies to the police station this year. All of us here at the station really enjoyed everything 😋 Merry Christmas 👮‍♂️

FOUND: This little Terrier was found in the area of 25 Mile Rd. near County Line Rd. The doggo has a collar but no tags. If you know the owner or are the owner, please contact our office at (586)725-2181 so we can get this pupper home.

ALERT: SNOW EMERGENCY DECLARED - This is in effect starting at 3:30 PM TONIGHT, December 13th,2017 -NO PARKING ON CITY STREETS PERMITTED. Please remove all parked vehicles from the public roadways. Thank You in advance for your cooperation!

Good Morning Residents!! Many of you will wake up to notices on your vehicle in regards to the snow parking ordinance. These are only warnings and we hope these notices will educate you and others you talk to about the snow ordinance. Please remember that whenever there is snow accumulation on the ground, your vehicle needs to be off the roadway between the hours of 9:00pm and 9:00am. Please use caution as you head out on the roads this morning and allow yourself extra time to get where you need to be.

UPDATE: The owner/driver of this vehicle has come in and made contact with our office and we are investigating/verifying information. Thank You all for sharing.

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