New Baltimore Police Department

  • Agency: New Baltimore Police Department
  • Address: 37885 Green St, New Baltimore, 48047 MI
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: (586) 725-2181
Fax: (586) 725-1371

New Baltimore Police Department is located at 37885 Green St, New Baltimore, 48047 MI. The New Baltimore Police Department phone number is (586) 725-2181.

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A few Halloween Safety Tips from the New Baltimore Police Department: ( Trick or Treat hours this year are 5:30 PM till 8:00 PM ) Walk Safely: 1. Cross the street at corners, using traffic signals and crosswalks. 2. Look left, right and left again when crossing and keep looking as you cross. 3. Put electronic devices down and keep heads up and walk, don’t run, across the street. 4. Teach children to make eye contact with drivers before crossing in front of them. 5. Always walk on sidewalks or paths. If there are no sidewalks, walk facing traffic as far to the left as possible. Children should walk on direct routes with the fewest street crossings. 6. Watch for cars that are turning or backing up. Teach children to never dart out into the street or cross between parked cars. Trick or Treat With an Adult: 1. Children under the age of 12 should not be alone at night without adult supervision. If kids are mature enough to be out without supervision, they should stick to familiar areas that are well lit and trick-or-treat in groups. Keep Costumes Both Creative and Safe: 1. Decorate costumes and bags with reflective tape or stickers and, if possible, choose light colors. 2. Choose face paint and makeup whenever possible instead of masks, which can obstruct a child’s vision. 3. Have kids carry glow sticks or flashlights to help them see and be seen by drivers. 4. When selecting a costume, make sure it is the right size to prevent trips and falls. Drive Extra Safely on Halloween: 1. Slow down and be especially alert in residential neighborhoods. Children are excited on Halloween and may move in unpredictable ways. 2. Take extra time to look for kids at intersections, on medians and on curbs. 3. Enter and exit driveways and alleys slowly and carefully. 4. Eliminate any distractions inside your car so you can concentrate on the road and your surroundings. 5. Drive slowly, anticipate heavy pedestrian traffic and turn your headlights on earlier in the day to spot children from greater distances.

UPDATE 10-30-18 @ 12:17pm - Stranger Danger / Possible abduction attempt. Information: Investigators, after conducting multiple interviews with potential witnesses and officers, along with detectives reviewing hours of surveillance video from local businesses in the area, the New Baltimore Police Department has determined this complaint to be “Unfounded” and will no longer be investigating this matter.

UPDATE: The owner was located and picked him up. Thank You all for sharing..

$12 an Hr. - Still Seeking Applicants. 👀🚸

UPDATED: Adult Crossing Guard – Both Part Time and Substitute positions. ** Morning and 1/2 day positions needed ASAP. Employer: City of New Baltimore Police Department Population: 12,084 Compensation: Adult Crossing Guards are compensated at $12.00 per hr. and are considered an “at-will” position. No other benefits apply to this position classification. Closing Date: *When positions are filled* To Apply: Interested individuals are requested to send a resume and approved employment application as soon as possible. The cover letter may be submitted via e-mail to estyles@cityofnewbaltimore.org or via mail to; New Baltimore Police Department, Attn: Lt. Eric Styles, 37885 Green Street, New Baltimore, MI 48047. Description: Special Requirements: The work schedule includes an on-call status which may not provide for pre-scheduled work days. The City of New Baltimore’s Police Department is seeking Part Time and Substitute Adult Crossing Guards - **We are looking to fill the Morning and 1/2 Day schedules ASAP. Substitutes we would like available to work the below noted weekday schedules.** Morning 7:45am-9:15am (Washington St.) 8:30am-9:30am (Ashley St.) Afternoon 2:45pm-4:15pm (Washington St.) 3:30pm-4:30pm (Ashley St.) Half-Day 11:15am-12:30pm (Washington St.) 11:30am-12:30pm (Ashley St.) Candidates for school crossing guard must be at least 18 years old, upon hire, and will be required to complete an application. In addition, they will undergo a background check and oral interview conducted by an investigating background investigator/Chief of Police. MCL 257.613c makes school crossing guards the responsibility of the local law enforcement agency. It also requires that guards shall receive a minimum of four (4) hours instruction prior to assuming the duties of crossing guard. Two hours of additional instruction shall be given annually to school crossing guards before the beginning of each school year. Training will take place at the Macomb County Traffic Safety Assn. Applicants must possess a valid Michigan Operators License; United States Citizenship; ability to pass physical, and drug screen examinations. Physical capacity requirements: position requires walking, standing, bending, stooping, twisting, lifting, reaching, handling, grasping, finger dexterity and/or feeling, sitting, talking, hearing and visual acuity.

Just a reminder: Anchor Bay Schools are back in session! Please be mindful of children walking to school and at the bus stops. Our Officers will be out looking for those not minding School Bus Stop Signs/Lights, School Zones and those texting and driving when they should be watching the road. - Thank You & Be Safe! 🚓

Owner located and our 4 legged friend is back home. Thank You for sharing!

PLEASE SHARE and lets get this dog home. This dog is a female black/brown pit mix, with no collar or tags. She was found in the area of Main Street and County Line Road. If you are the dog owner or know the dog owner please contact our police department at 586-725-2181

MEDIA RELEASE INCIDENT: Assist Chesterfield Police Dept. DATE: August 30, 2018 LOCATION: New Baltimore, MI. General description of circumstances: On the morning of August 30, 2018 the New Baltimore Police Department received a request from Chesterfield Police to assist them on a missing child report. The missing child lived in a subdivision which bordered a subdivision within the City limits of New Baltimore. About 1:30pm officers responded to a 911 call of a boy found floating in a swimming pool and unresponsive. Officers from both New Baltimore and Chesterfield Police Departments responded, arriving within minutes. Upon Officers arriving, they found the boy had been removed from the pool and receiving (BLS) Basic Life Support by two nurses who lived in the area and were out looking for the boy, when they heard the person who located the boy calling for help. The Boy was then transported to McLaren Macomb by Ambulance. The incident remains under investigation in a joint effort between both New Baltimore and Chesterfield Police. Approved by Chief Fred A. Riebel II

Adult Crossing Guard – Substitute Needed Employer: City of New Baltimore Police Department Population: 12,084 Compensation: Adult Crossing Guards are compensated at $9.50 per hr. and are considered an “at-will” position. No other benefits apply to this position classification. Closing Date: 08-17-2018 To Apply: Interested individuals must submit a resume and approved employment application no later than 3pm on August 17th, 2017. The cover letter may be submitted via e-mail to estyles@cityofnewbaltimore.org or via mail to; New Baltimore Police Department, Attn: Lt. Eric Styles, 37885 Green Street, New Baltimore, MI 48047. Description: Special Requirements: The work schedule includes an on-call status which may not provide for pre-scheduled work days. The City of New Baltimore’s Police Department is seeking a substitute Adult Crossing Guard must be available to work the below noted weekday schedules. Morning 7:45am-9:15am (Washington St.) 8:30am-9:30am (Ashley St.) Afternoon 2:45pm-4:15pm (Washington St.) 3:30pm-4:30pm (Ashley St.) Half-Day 11:15am-12:30pm (Washington St.) 11:30am-12:30pm (Ashley St.) Candidates for school crossing guard must be at least 18 years old, upon hire, and will be required to complete an application. In addition, they will undergo a background check and oral interview conducted by an investigating background investigator/Chief of Police. MCL 257.613c makes school crossing guards the responsibility of the local law enforcement agency. It also requires that guards shall receive a minimum of four (4) hours instruction prior to assuming the duties of crossing guard. Two hours of additional instruction shall be given annually to school crossing guards before the beginning of each school year. Training will take place at the Macomb County Traffic Safety Assn. Applicants must possess a valid Michigan Operators License; United States Citizenship; ability to pass physical, and drug screen examinations. Physical capacity requirements: position requires walking, standing, bending, stooping, twisting, lifting, reaching, handling, grasping, finger dexterity and/or feeling, sitting, talking, hearing and visual acuity.

The New Baltimore Police Department would like to thank Councilman Carl Weinreich & Joseph Rodriguez for cleaning up the graffiti in our beautiful town. This case is still under investigation for the person'(s) responsible for this damage. If you know any information, please call the New Baltimore Police Department at 586-725-2191, thank you!

Happy July 4th, Be safe & Have Fun!

NOTICE: With the 4th of July approaching we have received numerous complaints for fireworks. Please adhere to the State Law and City Code. Also regardless of the holiday COMMERCIAL GRADE fireworks are never legal within the city limits without special permits, Fire Marshall approval and public safety personnel present. See the City Code below for details. Sec. 32-142. - Fireworks. (a) Definitions. For the purposes of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning: (1) Act. The Michigan Fireworks Safety Act, MCL 28.451 et seq. (2) APA standard 87-1. APA standard 87-1, standard for construction and approval for transportation of fireworks, novelties, and theatrical pyrotechnics, published by the American pyrotechnics association of Bethesda, Maryland. (3) City. The City of New Baltimore. (4) Consumer fireworks. Firework devices that are designed to produce visible and audible effects by combustion, that are required to comply with the construction, chemical composition, and labeling regulations promulgated by the United States consumer product safety commission under 16 CFR parts 1500 and 1507, and that are listed in APA standard 87-1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, or 3.5. Consumer fireworks are often commonly known as, but not limited to, sky rockets, bottle rockets, missile-type rockets, helicopters, aerial spinners, roman candles, mine and shell devices, aerial shell kits, firecrackers, chasers, and certain multiple tube fireworks devices. Consumer fireworks does not include low-impact fireworks. (5) Consumer fireworks certificate. The certificate issued by the department which allows a person to sell consumer fireworks in accordance with the Act. (6) Department. The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs. (7) Fire marshal. The Fire Marshal of the City of New Baltimore or his or her designee. (8) Fireworks. Any composition or device, except for a starting pistol, a flare gun, or a flare, designed for the purpose of producing a visible or audible effect by combustion, deflagration, or detonation. Fireworks consist of consumer fireworks, low-impact fireworks, articles pyrotechnic, display fireworks, and special effects. (9) Low-impact fireworks. Ground and handheld sparkling devices as that phrase is defined in APA standard 87-1, 3.1, 3.1.1.1 to 3.1.1.8, and 3.5. Low impact fireworks are often commonly known as, but not limited to, sparklers, cylindrical fountains, cone fountains, illuminating torches, wheels, ground spinners, flitter sparklers, certain toy smoke devices, certain wire sparklers/dipped sticks, and certain multiple tube fireworks devices. (10) National holiday. As used in this article, a national holiday is any of the following: New Years Day (January 1); Birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. (third Monday in January); Washington's Birthday (third Monday in February); Memorial Day (last Monday in May); Independence Day (July 4); Labor Day (first Monday in September); Columbus Day (second Monday in October); Veterans Day (November 11); Thanksgiving Day (fourth Thursday in November); and Christmas Day (December 25). (11) NFPA. The National Fire Protection Association headquartered at 1 Batterymarch Park, Quincy, Massachusetts. (12) Novelties. The term "novelties" shall have the same meaning as set forth in APA Standard 87-1, 3.2, 3.2.1, 3.2.2, 3.2.3, 3.2.4, and 3.2.5, often commonly known as, but not limited to, party poppers, snappers, toy smoke devices containing not more than 5g of pyrotechnic composition, snakes, glow worms, wire sparklers/dip sticks containing not more than 100g of pyrotechnic composition, and all of the following: a. Toy plastic or paper caps for toy pistols in sheets, strips, rolls, or individual caps containing not more than .25 of a grain of explosive content per cap, in packages labeled to indicate the maximum explosive content per cap. b. Toy pistols, toy cannons, toy canes, toy trick noisemakers, and toy guns in which toy caps as described in subparagraph (i) are used, that are constructed so that the hand cannot come in contact with the cap when in place for the explosion, and that are not designed to break apart or be separated so as to form a missile by the explosion. c. Flitter sparklers in paper tubes not exceeding one-eighth inch in diameter. d. Toy snakes not containing mercury, if packed in cardboard boxes with not more than 12 pieces per box for retail sale and if the manufacturer's name and the quantity contained in each box are printed on the box; and toy smoke devices. (13) Person. An individual, agent, association, charitable organization, company, limited liability company, corporation, labor organization, legal representative, partnership, unincorporated organization, or any other legal or commercial entity. (14) Special effects. A combination of chemical elements or chemical compounds capable of burning independently of the oxygen of the atmosphere and designed and intended to produce an audible, visual, mechanical, or thermal effect as an integral part of a motion picture, radio, television, theatrical, or opera production or live entertainment. (b) Inspection sales and storage areas. The fire marshal may, at any time, undertake a review of any fireworks sales or storage area for which a consumer fireworks certificate has been issued or is required, for any discharge of fireworks, to determine whether any violations of state law or local ordinance are occurring which might endanger the public health, safety, and welfare, or which might warrant revocation of the certificate or permit. Should any person fail or refuse access, the fire marshall may apply and obtain a search warrant as allowed under applicable law. (c) Manufacture of fireworks. No person shall manufacture any fireworks within the city. (d) Ignition, discharge, and use of consumer fireworks: (1) A person shall not ignite, discharge, or use, or permit, allow or aid and abet in the ignition discharge, or use of consumer fireworks except during permitted hours on the date preceding the day of, or the day after a national holiday. (2) No person shall ignite, discharge, or use consumer fireworks, or aid or abet in, permit, or allow the ignition discharge or use of consumer fireworks between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. on the day preceding, the day of, or the day after a national holiday, except that on New Years Day, no person shall ignite, discharge, or use consumer fireworks between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. (3) No person shall ignite, discharge, or use consumer fireworks on public property, school property, church property, or the property of another person without that persons expressed permission to use consumer fireworks on those premises. (4) Consumer fireworks shall not be furnished or sold to a minor. (5) Any person who violates subsection (1) or (2), is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment of not more than 93 days, or a fine of $500.00, or both, plus costs. (6) Any person who violates subsection (3) or (4), is guilty of a civil infraction punishable by a fine of up to $500.00 plus any other remedies as allowed for a municipal civil infraction under applicable law. (e) Authorization to issue citations. Police officers, police cadets, the fire chief, firemen and building officials are authorized to issue citations pursuant [to] this section. (Code 1981, § 9.102(5); Ord. No. 192, § 2, 7-8-2013)

Bayrama Kids Day Fun with McGruff the Crime Dog!!

TRAFFIC ALERT: On Sunday, June 24th, Green Street (M-29) will be shut down from Huntley Street to County Line Road and traffic diverted to Main Street during the Parade which starts at 1 pm. Partial road closures downtown on side streets can be expected to start around 12:30 pm. Expect delays and back ups during the parade times. For further information you may call our front desk at 586-725-2181.

FYI: The new NBPOA T-Shirts are now available at our station and will be for sale at the NBPOA table at Bay Rama. Prices starting at $20 dollars. Mens and Ladys sizes available. Small-XXL Get them while they last!!

The Bayrama Fireworks are tonight at the New Baltimore water front park at duskIII Open fires are not allow in our city park, no hibachi's grills, or barbecuing allowed. Please keep a close watch on your kids with the large crowd. Pedestrians: If you have to cross Green Street, please use the crosswalk at Washington Street for your safety. Traffic on Green Street will be heavy tonight. Have fun!!!!!!!!!!

This Memorial Day we commemorate and remember those Veterans who’ve laid down their lives for our freedoms and our great nation. Thank you to all who attend the City's Memorial Day Parade today to pay homage to our great Veterans. 10am this morning.

Open House at the Chesterfield Police Department. The kids really enjoyed exploring our Patrol Boat. 👮‍♂️

We would like to thank Lighthouse Elementary for nice surprise today!!! Kimberly Jones from Lighthouse Elementary wrote: Our student council collected and donated treats to our important community helpers. We of course thought of the police department! Thank you for your service and being a positive presence in our community. 👮‍♂️👮‍♂️👮‍♂️👮‍♂️👮‍♂️👮‍♂️🕵️‍♂️🕵️‍♂️👩‍✈️👩‍✈️

The New Baltimore Police Department will be participating in the open house at the Chesterfield Township Police Department. Please come out and have some fun. We plan to have our patrol boat there, along with Crime Dog McGruff.

April 28th is National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day - you can always dispose of your unwanted prescription drugs in a responsible way via the New Baltimore Police Department Med-Return Drug Disposal Kiosk in our main lobby 24hrs/7days. Bring in your prescription medications, over-the-counter meds, vitamins or even pet-meds, and they will be disposed of safely and responsibly. WE DO NOT ACCEPT NEEDLES, LIQUIDS, CREAMS or AEROSOLS.