Lincoln Park Police Department

  • Agency: Lincoln Park Police Department
  • Address: 1427 Cleophus Pkwy, Lincoln Park, 48146 MI
  • Chief: Thomas Karnes (Chief of Police)

Lincoln Park Police Department is located at 1427 Cleophus Pkwy, Lincoln Park, 48146 MI. The Chief of Police of the department is Thomas Karnes. The Lincoln Park Police Department phone number is 313-381-1800.

Lincoln Park Police Department News

The PD stopped by The Park Restaurant, 1681 Fort St, today to say Thank You to Lea for him always supporting the police department, assisting our community, and always being there to help us make our events happen. Most recently Lea assisted us with our Blood Drive to ensure there was enough hot dogs, hamburgers, buns, and chili sauce for all those that gave blood. Thank You!!!

Just a reminder our Blood Drive is tomorrow 5-30-18 from 8AM to 8PM at 1419 Southfield. Also, we have the last of our LPPD mugs in Tigers Eye and Silvery Night for sale so if you would like a mug in this glaze this will be your best chance to get one as these glazes will not be included in our next order. Again if you donate blood remember to hydrate, schedule an appointment, save time by doing the Rapid Pass the day of your appointment, and the mugs are $20.00 each.

Today a young man came to the PD who found a dog so we gave him some candy, a badge, a coloring book, crayons, and took some pictures with him.

We are getting ready for our Blood Drive May 30th. Remember to drink lots of water before you donate blood; you want to be well hydrated. We recommend making an appointment online at the American Red Cross website and the day you give blood take advantage of Rapid Pass online to save your wait time. Again Sergeant Mueller will be barbecuing from 8AM to 8PM for those that donate blood. Please remember to bring your identification the American Red Cross needs to verify who you are when you donate.

On the 9th and 16th of this month James, Luke, Jake, Kate, Ryan, and Ashlyn presented information on Austism for the officers. They all did a great job and the information provided was informative and definitely will be beneficial to our road officers. We also had some officers from Allen Park PD and members from CERT that attended the training. Thank you to the students and Mr. D (Mike) from Mixter School for providing this training.

Cecela and Randal dropped off some sweets for the officers today for National Police Week along with a bag of stuffed animals to hand out to children. Thank you for your continued support.

The Police Department will be hosting a blood drive on May 30th from 8AM to 8PM at the Lincoln Park Skating Center (1419 Southfield Rd). Sergeant Mueller will be barbecuing hamburgers and hotdogs for all those that donate blood. To save time we recommend scheduling an appointment online through the American Red Cross website and prior to donating blood utilizing rapid pass before giving blood.

Officers swung by Sharon's home for a quick visit today and thanked her for her continued support and donations throughout the years.

Come join us on Saturday July 28th, 2018 for our annual Police Unions Golf Outing. Attached are the details and team/hole sponsor forms. We are limited to 144 golfers so if you would like to participate please get your teams ready and pay ASAP as it is first come first serve and typically fills up. Any questions regarding the outing, how to pay, or sponsor a hole please contact Sergeant Mueller or Corporal Kerr.

Well if you could not make it out to Cinco De Mayo you really missed out on some authentic food, cool music, and some awesome dancing. We got to meet alot of really nice people, we had a blast at the festival, and thank you to everyone that purchased a LPPD mug.

The Downriver Council for the Arts in Wyandotte is hosting The First All American Indian Art Show on May 18th; come on out to see unique one of a kind art.

Come on out this Saturday for some great food, music, and dancing. The event will have vendors selling all kinds of crafts and LPPD will be there interacting with the communtiy and showing off some of the newer police vehicles; we will also have LPPD mugs on hand for sale!!!

Helen turned 95 today and one of her wishes was for the Police to wish her Happy Birthday. Happy Birthday Helen! Can't wait to stop by for your next BIrthday.

Thank you Ronald Dhans & Renee Stallions from The Detroit Cheesecake Company. They dropped off 2 cheesecakes on Wednesday and boy those are the real deal of cheesecake. It was very good.

Last Sunday Calvary Lutheran Sunday School dropped off a nice card and a $25. gift card to Dunkin Donuts for the guys. Thanks Calvary Lutheran we will for sure get some donuts with that.

Mixter School is having an Open House on Monday. Anyone that would like to come on that day during the listed times is more than welcome to see how MIxter School is helping our ASD Community.

Last week Sgt. Hammerle and Sgt. Mueller went to Raupp Elementary to talk with the kindergartners about stranger danger and Ofc. Harris and his K-9 (Sarge) made a guest appearance and stole the show.. It was a lot of fun, thanks for having us at your school.

Last week Officer Serna received A life saving award and reserve officer Hattar and Werling received Reserve Officer of the year awards for 2017. Great job guys and keep up the great work!

Mugs have arrived!!!! I am sure these will go quick so if you would like to purchase one they are available at the Police Department. These mugs are handcrafted by Sunset HIll Stoneware in Neenah Wisconsin.

Thank you to everyone that stopped by the McDonald's (1469 Fort St) yesterday for Coffee with a Cop. We had a great time meeting and talking with everybody and we hope the winners of the coffee mugs enjoy their mugs. As always thank you to the Chapatwala Family for hosting this event. We cannot wait for the next Coffee with a Cop event.

Thank you to the genorisity of the anonymous lady that donated McDonald's gift cards for our officers. We hope you enjoy your mug!

Come on out tomorrow April 24th at McDonald's (1469 Fort, Lincoln Park) and join us for some coffee and conversation from 9-11am . K-9 Sarge will also be there, along with some of our new officers, the Chief, Deputy Chief, Lt, and Sgt.

We will have Sunset Hill Stoneware mugs back in stock shortly. The pictures are a preview of some of the mugs as they sit on the shelves at Sunset Hill Stoneware awaiting to be shipped. The mugs will be available at the PD Monday-Friday 9A to 4P. The mugs are $20.00 each. Thank you to everyone that has purchased a mug and thank you to those that will be purchasing mugs in the future.

Come by the Chapatwala Family McDonald's (1469 Fort, Lincoln Park) next Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 from 9am - 11am. Have some coffee, good conversation, and meet some of our new police officers. You will even get to meet one of our K-9's.