Norton Shores Police Department

  • Agency: Norton Shores Police Department
  • Address: 4814 Henry St, Norton Shores, 49441 MI
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)

Norton Shores Police Department is located at 4814 Henry St, Norton Shores, 49441 MI. The Norton Shores Police Department phone number is 231-733-2691.

Norton Shores Police Department News

The Spring 2018 Advanced Teen Driving Classes will be held on May 19th and May 20th at Michigan's Adventure. There are openings for these classes. There is also a class roster waiting list being comprised for the Fall 2018 Classes. Call 724-7136 if you wish to sign up a student for one of the classes.

Spots in our Women's Self-Defense class are filling up! Sign-up quick to reserve your spot!

Come eat breakfast with us tomorrow morning at Toast 'N Jams!

We are hosting a Women's Self Defense class! It will be every Tuesday starting March 13th through April 17th from 6:30p-8:30p. This is a six week class. Each class builds on the prior class so it is important to attend every session. This is a hands-on participatory, physical class. Age 16+ please. The class is free! It fills quickly so register asap. To register: email Please include your name, e-mail address, and phone number. Location (within the city of Norton Shores) TBD.

Powerful distracted driving PSA. Please put down the phones and keep your eyes on the road.

Marijuana affects on teens....Stay informed.

Today we spent our Coffee With the Cops time with students at Mona Shores High School. Thank you to the Sailor’s Cafe for hosting us this morning.

Press Release: Sex Offender Registration Annual Verification The Norton Shores Police Department has completed our annual Sex Offender Registration Verification for all SOR’s residing in Norton Shores.

Michigan Law Enforcement had a tough week last week. Two Michigan State Police Troopers were shot while executing a search warrant and Detroit Police Department Officer Glenn Doss was shot while responding to a domestic assault. Although we are relieved that the MSP Troopers are doing well, we are saddened to hear that Detroit Police Department Officer Glenn Doss has succumbed to his injuries and has passed away. Our thoughts and prayers are with Officer Doss' family, friends, and coworkers.

On May 10, 2017 the Norton Shores Police Department lost a brother in blue. Officer Jonathan Ginka is survived by his two daughters, wife, brother, and parents. On May 19, 2018 we will honor a tremendous officer, father, and husband by hosting the Officer Jonathan Ginka Memorial Golf Outing at Oak Ridge Golf Club in Norton Shores. The Jonathan Ginka Memorial Fund has been set up to aid with helping Jonathan’s family for many years to come. If you would like to participate in the outing or be a sponsor, please fill out the attached flyer and submit a.s.a.p. as spots will fill quickly. If you have any questions please contact Officer Scott VanWylen or Officer Sara Trombley. Feel free to share!

Thank you to everyone who donated blood at our 1st annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Blood Drive! We are happy to help the Red Cross meet their goal and save lives!

Chief Gale and Undersheriff Sanford just donated blood! Come down to the Norton Shores Police Department by 3:45 pm and you can donate too!

We hope to see you today for the blood drive.

The Norton Shores Police Department will be closed Monday, January 15th in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Although the office is closed, we will be hosting a blood drive from 10:00 am to 3:45 pm. Please sign up and help us save lives!

You can help with the blood shortage here at Norton Shores City Hall on January 15th. On behalf of Martin Luther King Jr Day, we will be hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive at City Hall on January 15th, from 10 AM until 3:45 PM. This is a great chance to do a little community service and to make a difference. Appointments can be made at

Happy New Year!! Please be safe as you ring in the New Year!! The NSPD office will be closed Monday and Tuesday.

Holiday Safety Tip: Don’t advertise your Christmas gifts to potential thieves. • Break down boxes by cutting them into multiple pieces making it difficult to see what was in them originally. • If possible, place the boxes at the bottom of the trash barrel or recycling bin. • Avoid sharing gift information online.