Midland Police Department

  • Agency: Midland Police Department
  • Address: 2727 Rodd St, Midland, 48640 MI
  • Chief: Robert Lane (Acting Chief of Police)
Phone: 989-631-5716
Fax: 989-839-4734

Midland Police Department is located at 2727 Rodd St, Midland, 48640 MI. The Acting Chief of Police of the department is Robert Lane. The Midland Police Department phone number is 989-631-5716.

Midland Police Department News

Good Afternoon Midland!!!! MPD is looking forward to another successful Greater Midland Dow Run / Walk. Please view the maps below to see the areas where the race will take place. The roads will be closed starting at approx 7:15 am until 11:30 am. Please be patient during this time. Thanks

"Now, Therefore, I, John F. Kennedy, President of the United States of America, do hereby designate May 15, 1963, and May 15 of each succeeding year, as Peace Officers Memorial Day, in honor of those peace officers who, through their courageous deeds, have lost their lives or have become disabled in the performance of duty. I also designate the week of May 12 through May 18, 1963, and the calendar week during which May 15 occurs of each succeeding year, as Police Week, in recognition of the service given by the men and women who, night and day, protect us through enforcement of our laws."~ Proclamation 3537 - Peace Officers Memorial Day and Police Week, May 4, 1963

Soccer, Soccer and MORE SOCCER! Friday, Saturday and Sunday! This weekend is the annual Mother's Day Soccer Tournament at the Midland Soccer Club! We are expecting several thousand players and family members who will be visiting Midland to partake in the festivities! This means a whole lot of fun! But it also means heavy traffic congestion in the area of Jefferson Ave./Joseph Dr./Joe Mann Blvd./Wackerly St. The MPD STRONGLY suggests making alternate travel routes around this area if you are not planning on heading to the soccer fields. If you are planning on heading to the soccer fields, maybe try Eastman Ave. to Commerce Dr. over to Jefferson. The MPD will be monitoring traffic in the area and doing everything we can to help traffic keep moving safely. Enjoy the games and as always, please be safe on the roadways!

#LookTwiceSaveALife CAR AND TRUCK DRIVERS ARE URGED TO: · Be aware of cyclists. After Michigan’s long winter, drivers are not accustomed to seeing motorcycle, mopeds and bicycles on the roads. · Share the road. Motorcyclists are entitled to a full lane of traffic, just like another car or truck. Moped and bicycle riders must stay to the right and share a lane. · A safe distance from the motorcycle. Because of road hazards or other traffic conditions, motorcyclists may have to swerve or stop suddenly. · Check your blind spots before turning, changing lanes, backing up or parking. Many traffic crashes occur because a driver did not check or see the motorcyclist. · Be extra alert for motorcycles, mopeds and bicycles at or near intersections. They are easily overlooked if traffic is heavy or the driver is in a hurry. Pay particular attention when making left turns across traffic to insure that a motorcyclist may not be coming straight through. · Use extreme care in passing. Because of the smaller size of a motorcycle, a car or truck passing too fast or too close could blow the motorcyclist out of control. In addition, a vehicle passing too close to a motorcycle, could throw stones or other road debris at the motorcyclist.

There will be NO fingerprinting tomorrow at the Law Enforcement Center from 9-11 AM. The next fingerprinting day for the Midland Police Department will be Thursday, May 17th from 9-11 A.M. Sorry for any inconveniences.

#WANTEDWEDNESDAY Good morning Midland. Today's wanted Wednesday is for Meagan Leigh Zabetian W/F 12/14/1990. She is 5'07" and approximately 165 lbs with hazel eyes and black hair. Meagan is wanted on a felony warrant for embezzlement. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Midland Police at 839-4713.

This week's #WANTEDWEDNESDAY has been located and is in custody. Thanks for all of the assistance!

The NB Waldo Road closure didn't start this week however, it's scheduled to begin on Monday, May 7, 2018. A street reconstruction and water main installation project will close Waldo Avenue to northbound traffic between E. Ashman and E. Wheeler Streets beginning May 7, 2018. Northbound motorists will be detoured utilizing E. Ashman, Rockwell Drive, and E. Wheeler to navigate around the closure. Southbound traffic will remain on Waldo throughout the project. Please drive with caution through work zones. The project is estimated to be completed in 12 to 16 weeks. More information and map in the link attached. https://cityofmidlandmi.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1597

***PLEASE SHARE THIS POST*** The Midland Police Department May Traffic Campaign will focus on residential and school zone safety... We will also help in promoting awareness for motorcycle safety. Unfortunately last year all three of our fatal crashes in the City of Midland involved motorcycles or motor bikes.

*** Bear Update #2*** #BearInCustody Special thanks to Michigan DNR and Midland County Animal Control. The bear has been secured and will be transported up north shortly!!! *** Bear Update*** FYI, the bear was tranquilized at approximately 12:45 PM. We are currently waiting for the sedative to take affect. The bear will then be safely transported and released into its natural environment. There is a bear in the area of Jefferson and Chapel. Officers are in the area monitoring the area. Please DO NOT approach!!!!

TRAFFIC ALERT: See below for an update on TWO pavement repair projects that will close sections of roads to through traffic on Monday, April 30. - Ashman Street will be closed from Ellsworth to Main on Monday and the intersection of Larkin and Ashman will be closed. A detour route using E. Ellsworth, McDonald, and Main will be posted. Ashman is expected to reopen by 6 p.m. on Monday. - E. St. Andrews Rd. will be closed from Lancaster to E. Sugnet on Monday, April 30 and Tuesday, May 1. It is expected to reopen by the end of the day on Tuesday.

This week's #WANTEDWEDNESDAY has been located and is in custody. Thanks for all of the assistance!

Calling all Angel’s!!!! Midland PD is very happy to announce we will be participating in the Hope Not Handcuffs program through FAN (Families Against Narcotics)!!!! What were are looking for now is people who would want to volunteer their time to be Angel’s in our Community. The program will official begin in June where anyone with a substance abuse disease can show up to the Law Enforcement Center for assistance. Please click on the FAN link if you would like to sign up to be an Angel or if you are seeking any other information. What Is It? Hope Not Handcuffs is an initiative started by Families Against Narcotics (FAN), aimed at bringing law enforcement and community organizations together in an effort to find viable treatment options for individuals seeking help to reduce dependency with heroin, prescription drugs, and alcohol. It is a solution. How It Works: A person struggling with any drug addiction can come to any of the participating police agencies and ask for help. They will be greeted with support, compassion and respect. If accepted into the program, the individual will be guided through a brief intake process to ensure proper treatment placement.

There have been several posts on Facebook pertaining to a possible human trafficking incident at the Midland Cinema’s. This has been circulating around on Facebook for several months. MPD has thoroughly investigated the claims. This is a Facebook rumor. The complaint is 100 % unfounded.

Eastman Rd is back open from N. Saginaw to Sylvan!!!

MIDLAND COUNTY 911: The phone issues have been resolved. nixle.us/A33DN Reply with a friend's # to forward

MIDLAND COUNTY 911: The phone issues have been resolved. nixle.us/A33DN Reply with a friend's # to forward MIDLAND COUNTY 911: 911 is experiencing issues with some callers not being able to hear the dispatcher.911 will call you back immediately if this occurs.