Roseville Police Department

  • Agency: Roseville Police Department
  • Address: 29753 Gratiot Ave, Roseville, 48066 MI
  • Chief: Richard Heinz (Chief of Police)
Phone: 586-447-4475
Fax: 586-445-5066

Roseville Police Department is located at 29753 Gratiot Ave, Roseville, 48066 MI. The Chief of Police of the department is Richard Heinz. The Roseville Police Department phone number is 586-447-4475.

Roseville Police Department News

10-28-2017 Roseville Police are looking for your help with an investigation into a Fatal Hit and Run Crash, involving a pedestrian. On 10-27-17 about 10:30pm, a 59-year-old resident of Roseville was walking across the Southbound lanes of Gratiot (Just south of Voiland, by the Macomb Mall). The Suspect vehicle was traveling South on Gratiot and struck the pedestrian. The driver of the vehicle failed to stop. Based on debris at the scene of the incident, it has been determined that the vehicle involved is: 2014 -2016 Dodge Journey, RED in color. Missing the driver side mirror with damage to the Left Front Fog Lamp area. We are looking for the public's help in identifying the driver and the vehicle involved. Anyone with information is asked to contact the police at 586 447-4502 or 586 447-4502.

HELP I.D. a B&E suspect . Take a look at the video, DO YOU KNOW THIS PERSON?

Just an update. We were looking for your help to I.D. a child that had been found. His grandfather was located, everything appears to be fine. Thanks for taking the time to review the prior post. The original post was removed.

FYI I got a call that one of the old scams is starting up again. The person gets the call that they have won a large sum of money via a Lottery and that the caller needs cash to process the claim. The caller is very insistent that the person meets them at the BANK to withdraw the cash. In this case the caller made 4 calls and offered to pick the person up at their home and provide transport to the bank. Caller I.D. showed 876-464-9871, (which appears to be a Jamaica #). When the calls were made a few days ago someone would pick up when the number was called. When calling the number today the call would not go through. In this incident, the homeowner did the correct thing by understanding what was going on, reporting the incident and "blocking" the number. Keep in mind the old adage: If it seems to good to be true, it probably is.

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From the Roseville Police Blotter. June 30, 1933.

Roseville's aviation history.

Please see attached fliers for information on the Smart 911 System. A program you may want to take advantage of.

Michigan Attorney General has provided resources to help sort out solicitations for charitable groups. It is unfortunate that people will try to take advantage of your good deeds, do not become disheartened and not give, but due take a few minutes and review the information. Thanks for giving to those that need assistance. . Charitable Solicitations Resources Complaints regarding charitable solicitations may be filed through the Attorney General’s online complaint form, or by mailing the Charitable Trust Section at P.O. Box 30214, Lansing, MI 48909-7714, or by emailing the Charitable Trust Section at To assist individuals in making wise decisions regarding which charitable donations to support, Attorney General Schuette established an online searchable database for charities, accessible at The Attorney General also publishes an annual professional fundraising charitable solicitation report, available at Through these resources, users have access to information to aid them in determining which charities are worth supporting—and which are not. The Attorney General's Charitable Trust Section is also available at (517) 373-1152 to answer inquiries about a charity.