Sault Ste Marie Police Department

  • Agency: Sault Ste Marie Police Department
  • Address: 401 Hursley Street, Sault Ste Marie, 49783 MI
  • Chief: Louis Murry (Chief of Police)
Phone: (906) 632-5744
Fax: (906) 632-6618

Sault Ste Marie Police Department is located at 401 Hursley Street, Sault Ste Marie, 49783 MI. The Chief of Police of the department is Louis Murry. The Sault Ste Marie Police Department phone number is (906) 632-5744.

Sault Ste Marie Police Department News

It’s school time again! Sault Ste. Marie PD would like to remind everyone to watch for excited (and sleepy) children who may not be paying attention to traffic. Here is a little refresher on bus lights too! Have a great year kids!

Our department received a ring that was turned in. The ring was found on or around May 9th at the County Court building. If you lost a ring please call 906-632-5744 to identify. Reference complaint #2169-18

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April is distracted driving enforcement month folks. 2017 Distracted Driving Fact Sheet • There were 7,516 crashes in Michigan during 2015 involving distracted driving, resulting in 28 fatalities and 3,472 injuries. Cell phones were involved in 753 crashes, with three fatalities and 377 injuries. Michigan State Police Criminal Justice Information Center • In 2014, 3,179 people were killed, and 431,000 injured nationwide in traffic crashes involving distracted drivers. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration • 41 percent of young adult drivers in Michigan admitted to sending texts and emails on a regular basis while driving, according to a statewide telephone survey conducted in 2016 for the Office of Highway Safety Planning. More than 26 percent indicated they did so daily. • Michigan law prohibits a driver from reading, manually typing, or sending a text message while driving. Driving is defined as: operating a moving motor vehicle on a street or highway. o $100 fine for first offense, $200 for subsequent offenses. o No points are assessed on a driving record. o Exceptions are in place for reporting crashes, crimes, or other emergencies. • Michigan law prohibits Level 1 and Level 2 license holders under the Graduated Driver Licensing program from using a cell phone while driving. o Violations are a civil infraction and fees that may be up to $240. o No points are assessed on a driving record. o Exceptions are in place for reporting crashes, crimes, medical emergencies, serious road hazards, and situations where a person believes his or her personal safety is in jeopardy. o Voice-operated systems integrated into the vehicle are exempt. • There are three main types of distraction: o Visual: taking your eyes off the road. o Manual: taking your hands off the wheel. o Cognitive: taking your mind off what you are doing. • Research shows that the brain remains distracted for 27 seconds after dialing, changing music, or sending a text using voice commands. National Safety Council • In addition to texting, distracted driving can include: o Eating and drinking o Using a navigation system o Attending to children o Grooming o Reading, including maps o Talking to passengers o Changing the radio

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The City of Sault Ste. Marie is accepting applications for POLICE OFFICER. Candidates may obtain a full job description and application at www.saultcity.com by clicking on the Employment Application section or contacting Robin R. Troyer, Deputy City Manager, during normal business hours at 225 E. Portage Avenue, Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783; (906) 632-5717. Applications will not be mailed out. Completed applications and required documents are to be submitted to the City Clerk’s Office. Only applications meeting the listed requirements will be considered. Applications will be accepted until 5:00 p.m., Monday, April 30, 2018. Appointment consideration period will begin July 1, 2018, and continue until any vacancy is filled. Cadets currently enrolled in an approved MCOLES Basic Academy are invited to apply. ROBIN R. TROYER MMC, DEPUTY CITY MANAGER City of Sault Ste. Marie 225 East Portage Avenue Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783 Ph. 906-632-5717 Fax. 906-635-5606 www.saultcity.com

Today our dept. was called to a residence in the 600 block of Maple St. for a report of a drone that was found in the back yard. Our dept. would like to return this drone to the owner. If you or someone you know may have lost a drone recently please call our dept. at 906-632-5744 and answer a few questions regarding the description of the drone to have it returned. You can also call Central Dispatch at 906-632-3344 on weekends or after 5pm on weekdays to have an officer get into contact with you. Please share this post with your friends. Thank you.

A young lady wanted to thank us for helping her family. Thank you so much!!!

Artwork and goodies this week (they were gobbled up before I could get pictures). Thank you so much! These are the things that keep us going!

The Sault Ste Marie City PD is asking for your assistance in locating the driver of this vehicle. The Hit and Run occurred in the early morning hours of 07/09/17 in the 100 Block of West Portage. If you have any information about the driver please call 906-632-5745 or 906- 632-3344.

We have recieved a large number of complaints of vehicle and home windows that have been shot by a bb gun through the overnight of 5-26/ 5-27. We are still attempting to identiy the suspect(s) and the vehicle used. We know that damage occuured during the following times at the following locations: In the 1200 and 1300 block of Davitt at almost exactly 10pm. 300 Block of E. 4th Ave. at 10:20pm In the 700 block of Sheridan Dr. in the 10-10:20pm range. In the area of E.10th Ave. and Minneapolis St. at approx. 10:50pm. (Vehicle traveled east on 10th from Minneapolis then north on Superior St.) 800 block of Young St. shortly before midnight. Damage also occurred on Barbeau St., Eureka St. and Seymour St. druing the overnight. (No specific times) An eye witness has described the suspect vehicle as POSSIBLY an older model, darker grey 4 door passenger car that has "sleek and smooth" features. The vehicle is thought to have been occupied by at least 3 possibly 4 subjects. We are asking the publics assistance in attempting to identify this vehicle and its occupants. If anyone residing in the above mentioned areas has home surveilance that may have been able to observe the streets during the times mentioned we are asking the you review it and contact our dept. if you believe you may have the suspect vehicle on your device. As of typing this post we are at 18 complaints of damaged vehicles or home windows and that number will likely rise as the day progresses. There has been thousands of dollars in damage caused, so please if you have any information that may assist our dept. in bringing these individuals to justice we ask that you call our dept. at (906) 632-5744 or Chippewa County Central Dispatch at (906) 632-3344. Please share this post to spread the word. Thank you.

Thank you Rudyard students for the ceremony and goodies! Great start for the week!

We are so excited! Our local students made letters, cards, signs, and goodie bags for us for National Police Week! Several businesses have also donated food. We can't tell you what it means to us to know we have your support. We will be munching and reading all week!

Please pay close attention to your money when you receive it. These are examples of 'training money' that are available on common shopping websites. They are marked as such but some are in foreign characters. Please pass this along.

On January 3, 1791, Albany County N.Y. Constable Darius Quimby was shot and killed while attempting to serve an arrest warrant for trespassing. From the most accurate records known, Constable Quimby is recognized as the first law enforcement officer killed in the line of duty in the United States. Law enforcement is like no other civilian profession. We wear the uniform and pin on the badge, not for individual recognition or personal gain, but to serve our communities and protect our fellow citizens from those that are intent on creating disorder and harm. Day after day we leave the safety of our homes to patrol the city streets and rural areas. By the thousands we stand in the face of danger without hesitation where most would never consider going. Constable Quimby, like thousands of others since, did not surrender his life willingly. It was taken from him as he performed the tasks that were his responsibility as an officer. We go forth knowing in the backs of our minds, but without dwelling on the fact, that each run may be the one that prevents us from returning to our families. Our satisfaction comes at the end of our careers when we may look back and reflect that we have assisted other people, helped bring criminals to justice, and have done what we could to make the country a little safer. Peace Officer’s Memorial Day / National Police Week Since 1963, by Presidential resolution, May 15th of each year has been designated as Peace Officer’s Memorial Day. It is on this day when the country pays tribute to those men and women of law enforcement who have lost their lives while in the performance of their duties. Ceremonies are held across the nation honoring their sacrifice, remembering their commitment to duty, and consoling and supporting those that they left behind and have lost so much. The week in which Peace Officer’s Memorial Day falls is recognized as National Police Week. It is during this period where we can show our appreciation to those brave souls who continually stand in harm’s way in order to provide a safer community. Project Blue Ribbon During National Police Week blue ribbons can be seen tied to police cars and worn on the uniforms of officers throughout the United States and Canada. The Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc. (C.O.P.S.) has backed this program as a way of showing support for those currently serving in the profession and in memory of those that have lost their lives in the line of duty and their families. Non-law enforcement individuals are encouraged to show their support by displaying the blue ribbons in the same manner. Donations are welcome to help offset the operational cost of this event and can be made to the UPPER PENINSULA PEACE OFFICERS MEMORIAL FUND at one of the following local Law Enforcement Agencies: Michigan State Police Post Sault Ste. Marie City Police Department Chippewa County Sheriff Office Sault Ste. Marie Tribal Police Department Thank you for your continued support of our fallen Officers