Alpena County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Alpena County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 320 Johnson St, Alpena, 49707 MI
  • Chief:
Phone: 989-354-9830
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Alpena County Sheriff's Office is located at 320 Johnson St, Alpena, 49707 MI. The Alpena County Sheriff's Office phone number is 989-354-9830.

Alpena County Sheriff's Office News

Girl Scouts from Troop #2056 are braving the cold weather down at the Animal Control Building at the Alpena County Fairgrounds to collect donations for the Alpena County Sheriff's Office Animal Control. **Friday, November 2nd from 10am to 4pm** They will be accepting monetary donations, canned cat food, dry kitten food, black wire kennels, heavy duty shelves, bleach, cat and dog toys, clumping kitty litter, dry cat food, dawn dish soap, cleaning supplies, large trash bags, food and water dishes, clear plastic bins, animal blankets, canned dog food, flea and tick meds, animal carriers, paper towels, cat and dog treats, and leashes and collars.

Have a HAPPY and SAFE Halloween! Here are some of our favorite costumes from Friday's Trunk or Treat in Alpena. Tips for a safe halloween: 1. Always travel in groups and with an adult 2. Stay in well-lit areas, preferably on the sidewalk. If you must walk on the street, walk on the left side facing traffic 3. Only eat candy in original, factory wrappers and inspect all treats before eating 4. Stay in familiar neighborhoods 5. Never enter the home of a stranger 6. Flashlights and reflective tape on costumes help make you more visible to drivers

🎵They did the mash They did the monster mash The monster mash It was a graveyard smash They did the mash It caught on in a flash They did the mash They did the monster mash🎵 (More fun from Friday's Trunk or Treat!) #CopsCanDanceToo

The Alpena County Sheriff's Office Animal Control and Girl Scout Troop #2056 will be having a fundraiser/donation drop off day at the Alpena County Fair Grounds. November 2, 2018 10am to 4pm Items needed include: *canned cat food *dry kitten food *black wire kennels *heavy duty shelves *bleach *cat and dog toys *clumping kitty litter *dry cat food *dawn dish soap *cleaning supplies *large trash bags *food and water dishes *clear plastic bins (for shelf organization *animal blankets (all sizes, smaller for cats, larger for dogs) *canned dog food *flea and tick meds *animal carriers *paper towels *cat and dog treats *leashes and collars

Trick or Treaters lined the block and braved the rain for the Annual Trunk or Treat hosted by the MSP - Alpena Post and WATZ. Here are a few of our favorite pictures!

Sometimes, what sounds like the average call turns into the best call of the day! Deputy Wisniewski responded to a dog at large call at a residence where one very exited little boy was celebrating his birthday🎉

Utilizing Civilian Search and Rescue Teams by Sheriff Steve Kieliszewski, Alpena County Fall 2018 Edition Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police

In 2016, the first National Coffee with a Cop Day took place across the nation. Members of the Hawthorne Police Department in Hawthorne, California launched the idea in 2011 in an effort to connect with the community on a level outside of crisis situations. Today, members of the Alpena County Sheriff’s Office and the MSP – Alpena Post met for coffee at an Alpena McDonald’s for #CoffeeWithACopDay This event was hosted by Trooper Ashley Simpson of the MSP – Alpena Post https://nationaldaycalendar.com/national-coffee-with-a-cop-day-first-wednesday-in-october/

The Alpena County Sheriff's Office is currently hiring for multiple Base Security Reserve Deputy positions. Interested? Click below!

The Alpena County Sheriff's Office is requesting the public's assistance with identifying the suspects in the attached video. Please contact Deputy Erik Smith at 989-354-9871 with any information.

Meet the students of the 2018 Alpena Community College Corrections Academy! Today they trained in cell searches with the Alpena County Sheriff’s Office staff as part of the 4-week-long academy that blends coursework with intensive hands-on training.

We want to thank Cabin Creek Coffee and The Local Basket Case who stopped by this afternoon and dropped of some goodies for members of the Sheriff's Office. Your support is greatly appreciated!

Congratulations to Mike Burke who received his Certificate of Retirement this afternoon from Sheriff Kieliszewski. Thank you for the many years of service and dedication at the Alpena County Sheriff's Office.

Have a Safe Memorial Day This Memorial Day weekend the Alpena County Sheriff’s Office expects numerous people to visit our local lakes, rivers and outdoor attractions. While you’re enjoying the holiday, we encourage you to make safe choices for a fun and relaxing holiday weekend. Alpena County Sheriff’s Deputies will be conducting patrols in and around popular county recreational areas this Memorial Day. For those celebrating the weekend out in the water or other outdoor attractions, the Sheriff’s Office offers these safety tips: Boating: • Alcohol use is the leading known contributing factor in recreational boater deaths and a leading contributor in boating accidents. Help keep everyone safe by not drinking alcohol while on the water, or operating a boat after you have consumed alcohol. Also, refrain from operating a boat when taking legal or illegal drugs as those too can dangerously impair your judgment and reaction time. Swimming: • All rivers are dynamic and conditions can change rapidly. Anyone swimming in our local rivers should take caution. Hiking: • Even if you are just planning a short day hike, be sure to carry a flashlight, bring extra water and high-energy foods, pack a small first aid kit, dress properly for a hike and prepare for changes in the weather by bringing rain gear or a jacket. Be sure to tell somewhere where you are going and when you plan to return. Stay on an established trail and if in an unfamiliar area, bring a map. Camping: • If camping this weekend, be sure to practice proper campfire safety. Keep your fire at a manageable size and be sure to supervise children and pets near the fire. Never leave your campfire unattended. Driving: • Celebrate responsibly this Memorial Day weekend. Don’t drink alcohol and drive. Designate a sober driver or arrange a safe ride home if choosing to consume alcoholic beverages. • Report drunk drivers by calling 9-1-1. The Alpena County Sheriff’s Office wishes you a safe and enjoyable Memorial Day weekend!

Our hearts and prayers go out to the families and victims of Texas' Santa Fe High School, be assured we are working with Alpena Public Schools and Superintendent Dr. John VanWagoner to prevent such a tragedy from occurring in our community.

"Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one's life for one's friends." Let us pause today to remember the lives of those who have given the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty. Beginning in 1962 with a proclamation signed by President John F. Kennedy, May 15th is designated each year as National Peace Officers Memorial Day, and the week in which it falls, as National Police Week.

New Release - Bomb Threat - Thunder Bay Junior High

Help us celebrate National Correctional Officers Week! On May 5, 1984, Ronald Reagan, the 40th President of the United States, delivered a proclamation designating the first week in May as National Correctional Officers Week. He called “upon officials of State and local governments and the people of the United States to observe this week with appropriate ceremonies and activities,” to recognize “the contributions of correctional officers to our Nation.” “Correctional officers have the difficult and often dangerous assignment of ensuring the custody, safety and well-being of the over 600,000 inmates in our Nation's prisons and jails. Their position is essential to the day-to-day operations of these institutions; without them it would be impossible to achieve the foremost institutional goals of security and control.” The Alpena County Jail is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by 15 dedicated corrections officers. Please help us recognize them for their service!

The Alpena County Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce the addition of two new corrections officers to our team! Please help us welcome Kelly and Richard to their first week of service.

News Release regarding May 1st bomb threat at TBJH.

In all seriousness, the road conditions in Alpena County are far from great. We are asking all motorists to stay off the roads until driving conditions improve. If you must venture out today (4/14) or tomorrow (4/15), please use extreme caution, drive slowly, and use your headlights as snow decreases visibility. As always, if there is an emergency, please dial 9-1-1. Now, here is some snow day humor for you all - stay safe! There are a lot of people asking how the roads are, And here is the update. If your road ends in the following, it's bad: Rd. St. Ave. Pkwy Blvd Pvt Way Rdg Hwy Pl Ln Dr Ct Trail Circle Trace Terrace Commons Center Run North/South/East/West (Shared from the dispatch team at Grand Traverse 911!)

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. What things have you seen drivers get distracted by??? http://www.nsc.org/learn/NSC-Initiatives/Pages/distracted-driving-awareness-month.aspx