Davison Police Department

  • Agency: Davison Police Department
  • Address: 200 E. Flint Street, Suite 1, Davison, 48423 MI
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 810.653.4196
Fax: 810.653.3591

Davison Police Department is located at 200 E. Flint Street, Suite 1, Davison, 48423 MI. The Davison Police Department phone number is 810.653.4196.

Davison Police Department News

Tomorrow, April 28, 2018, from 10am to 2pm, the Davison City Police Department is participating in the DEA National Drug Take Back Day. We will be accepting unwanted pills and they must be emptied from their containers and put into a Ziploc type bag. Please bring all your unwanted pills into the police department, located at 200 E. Flint Street, between 10am – 2pm. Please be advised, we DO NOT accept liquids, needles, patches, inhalers or pill containers. If you have questions, please call our office at 810.653.4196.

ATTENTION: JOB POSTING! The Davison City Police Department is seeking candidates interested in becoming a crossing guard. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Assembling children and other pedestrians behind curb lines, awaiting traffic and/or signal changes; stopping traffic and escorting pedestrians into the street allowing them to cross safely; instructing children in proper procedures for safe street crossing. Physical Requirements and Working Conditions: Must being able to stand for a period of time, up to approximately 45 minutes. Must have the mobility to escort pedestrians across streets. Be able to work out of doors in all weather conditions and with exposure to traffic. Will be required and able to read printed materials and license plates. Assist law enforcement in the proper identification of violators. Adult crossing guards should be familiar with local traffic regulations. They should understand how traffic control devices work and why and how they are used, along with pedestrian crossing devices/lights. This position is approximately 10 hours per week. Times are as follows when school is in session: 6:45 am - 7:30 am / 8:00 am - 8:30 am / 2:15 pm - 2:45 pm and 3:15 pm - 3:40 pm. These crossing times are required, however can change as school schedules change. Interested candidates may apply at the Davison City Police Department, located at 200 E. Flint Street, Suite 1.

WARNING! Please be on the lookout for another potential scam. We have received a few complaints regarding a particular scam. This scam involves unknown individuals posing as a family member, specifically, a grandson or granddaughter. This person will go on to tell you that they are in some kind of trouble and they need help, and to not tell anyone, especially their parents. They are asking potential victims to go to Target and purchase gift cards and then read the activation numbers to them over the phone. Once this occurs, your money is gone! If they are successful, they may attempt to call again to have you purchase more Target gift cards, or even give your personal credit card information over the phone. Do not become a victim of this scam! Stay vigilant and be sure to call family members and confirm that the particular person that they are falsely representing is not in trouble. Also, remember that you should not give any personal information over the phone. If you have been a victim of this scam, please contact your local police department. Please share this information with family and friends!

Chief Harris and members of Davison/Richfield Fire are collecting for the Salvation Army tonight! Be sure to stop at Kroger and help our community! Happy Holidays, everyone! 🎄

The City of Davison Police is seeking help from the public to identify this person of interest. If you know the person in this photo, please contact the City of Davison Police Department at 810-653-4196 and ask for D/Sgt. William Skellenger. You can also email D/Sgt. Skellenger at: bskellenger@cityofdavison.org

The City of Davison Police is seeking help from the public to identify this person of interest. If you know the person in this photo, please contact the City of Davison Police Department at 810-653-4196 and ask for D/Sgt. William Skellenger. You can also email D/Sgt. Skellenger at: bskellenger@cityofdavison.org

WARNING: SUSPICIOUS SITUATION On Wednesday, September 28, 2016, between 8am – 9am, a 33 year old Davison Township woman was assaulted on the walking trail in Davison Regional Park. We are asking for help from the community with identifying any suspicious activity observed in Davison Regional Park at that time. Please contact D/Sgt. William Skellenger of the Davison City Police Department via telephone (810)653-4196 or email him at bskellenger@cityofdavison.org if you have any information. Chief Donald Harris is asking those who frequent the park and walking trail to remain vigilant and always be aware of your surroundings. This includes utilizing “the buddy system” or walking with a partner and always carry your cell phone with you.

WARNING! Please be on the lookout for potential scams. We have received several complaints regarding scams lately, specifically IRS scams. Please remember to NEVER give any sensitive information to people over the phone. This type of information may include, but not limited to: Social Security numbers, dates of birth, credit/debit card information, or even your address. These scammers may threaten you, and even tell you that if you don’t pay them money, you may be arrested and taken to jail. One of the popular scams right now is a person stating that they’re an IRS agent and that you owe money. These people are demanding that you send a money order to clear up the debt, or you could be subject to arrest. Another scam is sent through the mail. People are receiving fake checks, stating they won the lottery and they just have to send a portion of the winnings, via money order, to an alternate location. You should NEVER send a money order to anyone that isn’t a trustworthy source. Please spread the word about these, and any other potential scams. Also, remember to stay vigilant and NEVER give ANY personal information over the phone to anyone that you don't know. Contact your local police if you’ve been a victim of a scam.

Afternoon Kids from GSRP Program.

Davison City Police, Davison Township Police and Richfield Township Police Departments out at Davison Schools, GSRP Program meeting with kids for Law Enforcement week. The kids had a great time looking through all of the police cars and talking with the Officers.

The Davison City Police Department would like to say a big THANK YOU to Officer Greg Pray for his years of dedicated service to the Davison community. Today is his last day as an Officer with the City of Davison. Officer Pray has been a valuable asset to the Department and he will be greatly missed! Best wishes for the future and enjoy your retirement…you have definitely earned it!

The City of Davison Police is seeking help from the public to identify an individual. If you know the person in this video, please contact the City of Davison Police Department at 810-653-4196 and ask for Detective William Skellenger or email bskellenger@cityofdavison.org. The person in the video is wanted for burglary. The person in the video is a thin build male wearing a uniquely stripped hooded long sleeve shirt.

Please keep your pets safe this holiday weekend!

The Davison City Police Department would like to wish Retired Chief Bill Brandon a very happy birthday! Enjoy your day, Chief!!! Onward and upward!

2015 Davison Schools Field Day and the kids are having a blast!

***ATTENTION: LOCAL BUSINESSES*** Please be aware that there is a current scam, whereas, a person posing as a representative from Consumer's Energy is calling businesses in the area and threatening that if they don’t pay a certain amount of money today, then the power to the business will be shut off. We have received several calls today from local merchants stating that they have received these types of calls. Please stay vigilant and DO NOT give any personal information over the phone. If you have any questions and/or concerns, please contact your local police department or Consumer’s Energy at 800-477-5050.

Let me first say, THANK YOU to everyone that has helped the Police Department identify this person from our video we posted. It is great to know that we have so many people that cared and wanted to help us. This was the first time we used our page in this manner and without a doubt it was very successful. If anyone knows this person and they talk with him, please ask him if he would be willing to stop by the police department. We would be more than happy to talk with him and explain why this video was posted. If this person needs a ride up to the police department, we also can help with that. Again, a big thank you to everyone for your help!!

A day out at Teddy Thomson!

Our Office sent the below warning out back on October 3, 2014. I wanted to send out another reminder to our community to keep an eye out for this type of activity. During this past week we have had several more calls regarding scams. One of these calls was where a city resident reported that their elderly parent, (who was also a city resident) had received a phone call about a family member who was involved in some type of accident. The caller was trying to get personal information and none was given by our city resident. Great Job! These people, who are doing this, will say and do anything to try and get sensitive information from the person they are calling. Please remember to never give out any information over the phone. Take the time to talk with family members, friends and let them know about what is going on. If you have any questions and or concerns, please feel free to contact the Police Department. =================================================== WARNING! Please be on the lookout for potential scams. We have received several phone calls regarding scams lately. Please remember to NEVER give any sensitive information to people over the phone. This type of information may include, but not limited to: Social Security numbers, dates of birth, credit/debit card information, or even your address. These scammers may threaten you, and even tell you that if you don’t pay them money, you may be arrested. One of the popular scams right now is a person stating that they’re an IRS agent and that you owe money. These people are demanding that you send a money order to clear up the debt, or you could be subject to arrest. Another scam is sent through the mail. People are receiving fake checks, stating they won the lottery and they just have to send a portion of the winnings, via money order, to an alternate location. You should NEVER send a money order to anyone that isn’t a trustworthy source. Please spread the word about these, and any other potential scams. Also, remember to stay vigilant and NEVER give ANY personal information over the phone to anyone that you don't know. Contact your local police if you’ve been a victim of a scam.

This is always such a great thing for the kids in our community and we are very happy to be a part of it. Thank you to the Meijer store in Davison for having us. And a special thank you to Davison Township Officer Randy Forman for his hard work with helping to organize this event each year.