Inkster Police Department

  • Agency: Inkster Police Department
  • Address: 26279 Michigan Avenue, Inkster, 48141 MI
  • Chief: Gregory Gaskin (Chief of Police)
Phone: 313-563-9850
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Inkster Police Department is located at 26279 Michigan Avenue, Inkster, 48141 MI. The Chief of Police of the department is Gregory Gaskin. The Inkster Police Department phone number is 313-563-9850.

Inkster Police Department News

https://www.clickondetroit.com/news/inkster-police-collecting-get-well-cards-after-birdman-hit-by-vehicle Thank you WDIV Local 4 / ClickOnDetroit for sharing!

We've received quite a few inquires as to where people can drop off "get well soon" cards and packages for Birdman after the accident on Monday. We will accept them at the front desk of the police department and make sure they get delivered to him. Birdman is a fixture around Inkster and we hope you will join us in keeping him in your thoughts and wishing for a speedy recovery!

Ever wonder what it’s like to be a Police Officer or would you like a better understanding of how the criminal justice system works?? Well here is your opportunity to find out, the Inkster Police Department still has a few openings available for the Citizens Police Academy! Free to enroll! Participants will receive a free t-shirt and go on a ride along with a certified officer. Continue reading for more details. Application Deadline: Monday, January 15th When: Thursday evenings from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Academy runs from January 25, 2018 through March 22, 2018. Where: Inkster Police Department in-service training room. 26279 Michigan Ave. Requirements: Applicants must be 21 years of age, live, work, or own a business in the City of Inkster, and not have any prior felony convictions. We will accept applications from citizens who have been convicted of a misdemeanor depending on the charge. There are no physical requirements and no costs involved for the participants. Participants are required to attend each session to be allowed to graduate. About: The Citizen Police Academy is a program designed to educate members of the community about the various roles of the Inkster Police Department, introduce them to the law enforcement community, and give an inside look at how the Department operates on a daily basis. Participants will be presented with variety of topics including, recruiting and training, investigations and prosecution, narcotics, crime scene operations, patrol operations, field training officer program, internal affairs, community relations, and the Inkster Police Athletic League (IPAL). Each session will be taught by a sworn member of the Inkster Police Department or Wayne County Prosecutors Officer. The sessions are designed so that the participants get involved asking questions and performing hands on activity. A tour of the department is included in the first session. In addition to the classroom instruction, participants will be able to go on a ride-a-long with a patrol officer spending several hours working the streets of Inkster. We will also be conducting Firearms Training Simulator (FATS) at Schoolcraft Police Academy located Livonia MI. Anyone interested in attending the Citizen Police Academy must turn in a completed application by Monday, January 15, 2018. Applications can be obtained from the Inkster Police Department, or by contacting Sergeant Linda Davidson at (313) 563-9850 or ldavidson@cityofinkster.com See attached application and lesson plan, let me know if you have any questions!

Check out this weeks edition of The Eagle/Inkster Ledger Star where our “Shop with a Cop” event is featured!

The Booker T. Dozier Recreation Complex located at 2025 Middlebelt in Inkster has been designated as a warming center for our area. Temperatures are predicted to remain below freezing throughout the rest of the week which can cause exposure related injuries. The gym has been set up with tables, chairs, and cots for those in need. If you have any questions you can contact the rec complex at 313-563-4232. Please pass the word along to those who may need to get out of the cold this season.

The Inkster Police Department would like to remind you of the dangers of firing a weapon into the air to ring in the new year. Simply put the old adage of ‘what goes up, must come down’ applies here. Each year, tragic reports nationwide tell of unsuspecting victims being struck and tragically injured by falling bullets caused by celebratory gunfire. So please practice safe celebration and always remember to secure a safe ride home if you plan to partake in a few adult beverages! Have a safe and happy new year everyone!

The Inkster Police Department is saddened by the passing our our first African American Police Chief, Anderson C. Young. He was the husband of Sarah Young and the Father of Saundrea and Alan Young. He was a great Dad and Grand Dad and his commitment to family and the City of Inkster knew no bounds. He will be truly missed. Services will be held at 11am tomorrow December, 29th at St. Clement’s Episcopal Church located at 4300 Harrison in Inkster.

Channel 7’s coverage of IPD’s fist annual Shop With a Cop! Thank you WXYZ-TV Channel 7 for helping us share our event and spreading the positive news stories!

Channel 4’s coverage of IPD’s fist annual Shop With a Cop! Thank you WDIV Local 4 / ClickOnDetroit for helping us share our event and spreading the positive news stories!

On Tuesday, December 19th Inkster Police Officers accompanied 20 kids and 4 families to the Toys “R” Us in Southgate located at 14333 Eureka Rd. for the IPD’s first annual “Shop With a Cop”. Inkster Police Officers raised the money for this event by participating in “No Shave Holidays”, where they made a donation to an Inkster child in exchange for not shaving their beard throughout the holiday months. Thank you so much to SMART for their partnership as well as Toys “R” Us of Southgate for going above and beyond for our families. Toys “R” Us went all out, each person was given a Santa hat to wear while they shopped, a dedicated lane to use during check out, and a visit from Geoffrey the Giraffe while they enjoyed cookies and punch after their shopping was complete. It was truly an amazing day, the officers and children had so much fun hitting the aisles and filling their baskets, we couldn’t be more grateful. We would like to thank each and every officer for coming out of their own pocket and taking the time out of their days during the busy holiday season to make this all happen, we couldn’t do it without you, it’s amazing what you can accomplish when we all come together. From all of us at the Inkster Police Department have a safe and wonderful holiday season! P.S. More pictures will be posted once our photographer finishes making them beautiful!

Officer Vargo, Officer Squirewell, and Officer Born delivered Christmas dinner to a few wonderful families in Inkster last week. We would like to thank the Inkster police officer who donated the Christmas turkey and the Inkster Goodfellows for donating the Walmart gift cards that accompanied the meal. Everyone at the Inkster Police Department would like to wish you a safe and happy holiday season. This is truly a team effort and we couldn’t be more grateful for your support, stay blessed Inkster!

The Inkster Police Department would like to thank the citizens for their assistance in sharing our original post to help in the apprehension of this subject.

Be advised that the 22nd district court is closed from Friday, December 22nd-Monday, December 25th. Court will resume on Tuesday, December 26th.

Update: This individual has been arrested and taken into custody. The Inkster Police Department would like to thank the citizens for their assistance in sharing our original post to help in the apprehension of this subject. ---------------------------------------------- The Inkster Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in the identification of this individual wanted for armed robbery. The suspect is described as an older black female that may reside near Arcola St in Inkster. If you have any information please contact Detective Shafer at 313-563-9850 Ext. 23125. Any tips can remain anonymous.

Update: This individual has been arrested and taken into custody. The Inkster Police Department would like to thank the citizens for their assistance in sharing our original post to help in the apprehension of this subject.

Your going to be seeing representatives from Goodfellows all around Inkster at different intersections today collecting for “No Child Without a Christmas”. Help support Inkster’s children this year and make a donation for the Goodfellows edition of the Detroit Free Press!

Inkster Unity in the Community Dinner, it's time to come together!

Thank you everyone for your support the bake sale has sold out early!!! See you in a few months for the next sale! As always the volunteers from the Inkster Commission on Aging have our never ending gratitude for everything they do to support us. We couldn't do it without you! ------------------------------------------- Bake Sale Today!!!!!!! Come on down to the IPD lobby and load up on some treats! Everything on the table is $1, what better way to get a dessert platter together for the Thanksgiving festivities! Don’t feel like dealing with the grocery store rush but have to bring something to dinner tomorrow, here’s your solution! 100% of the proceeds will be used to support Inkster families this Christmas. Hope to see you soon!

Officer Born, Officer Gibbs, & Officer Lebo delivered Thanksgiving dinner to a few wonderful and deserving families in Inkster today. Another citizen so generously donated boxes with all the traditional fixins inside, the police department supplemented the donation with turkey's and a few other thanksgiving necessities to ensure the families had everything they needed for the holiday. Everyone at the Inkster Police Department would like to wish you a safe and happy Thanksgiving, stay blessed and thank you for your support!

Chef...I mean Chief Riley participated in the 5th Annual Chiefs Cooking for Kids on November 16th. Chiefs Cooking for Kids is an event hosted by the Board of Directors of The Youth Connection, Inc. and the AFPD Foundation, Inc. It is a unified effort between metropolitan area Chiefs of Police and Fire and two local non-profits to make metropolitan Detroit a better place for families and kids. Participants enjoy a open buffet of recipes submitted by the Chiefs and can vote on their favorite dishes. Chief Riley submitted recipes for an appetizer of hot wings with special sauce, his dinner recipe was seafood & chicken linguini, and delicious dessert of strawberry pie with chocolate graham cracker crust topped with cool whip. Nice work Chief! http://www.theyouthconnection.org/special-events/chiefs-cooking-for-kids/

****Bake Sale**** Presented by the Inkster Comission on Aging! Please join us Wednesday, November 22nd from 10am-2pm in the police department lobby for our quarterly bake sale. I dont think I have to remind everyone how delicious these treats are and how much you will be missing out if you dont stop by! 100% of the proceeds will go towards supporting Inkster famlies this Christmas.

Happy Halloween everyone!!! We are all ready for the trunk or treat at the City of Inkster Dozier Recreation Complex tonight at 6pm! Visit us in the parking lot of the rec complex, we will be the ones in the crime scene bus with pretty lights on top 😝come clear us out of candy! Officers will also be passing out candy from their patrol cars and at the front desk of the Inkster Police Department if your in the area. We hope to see you there! A special thank you must be extended to Hands of Hope and an anonymous citizen for their generous donation of candy to assist us in doing our part to make sure the children of Inkster have a spooktacular Halloween!!!!! We are forever grateful for your support!