Roseville Police Department

  • Agency: Roseville Police Department
  • Address: 29753 Gratiot Ave, Roseville, 48066 MI
  • Chief: Richard Heinz (Chief of Police)
Phone: 586-447-4475
Fax: 586-445-5066

Roseville Police Department is located at 29753 Gratiot Ave, Roseville, 48066 MI. The Chief of Police of the department is Richard Heinz. The Roseville Police Department phone number is 586-447-4475.

Roseville Police Department News

A little over a year has passed from when this incident took place. Roseville P.D. is still asking for your help to identify the suspect. . Help bring closure to the family and friends of the victim and make the call to Crime Stoppers or to the Officer in Charge; Detective Bender 586 447-4506. Roseville P.D. incident 17-30981

Bring your kids to the Roseville Police Department for a treat.

Pedestrians and bicyclists are much more likely to suffer an injury or fatality in a traffic crash than drivers. In fact, while pedestrian and bicycle crashes make up approximately one percent of all traffic crashes, they account for almost 30 percent of all traffic fatalities in Southeast Michigan. With the increased interest in walking and biking across the region, it is everyone’s responsibility to keep our streets safe for all users, especially those most vulnerable. Help make sure that everyone makes it to their destinations. Check out the helpful information and videos provided at the following link.

Take a few and check out the information from the Secretary of State. Don't have your trip delayed by not having the proper documents. . Is a REAL ID-compliant Driver's License or State ID Right for You? . Beginning Oct. 1, 2020, Michigan residents will need to present a REAL ID-compliant document to fly within the United States and enter certain federal facilities under federal law.,4670,7-127-1627_81569---,00.html

Please check out the reminder on what the LIGHTS mean when approaching a School Bus. . AND . When passing a bicyclist.

Please see the information related to the suspect being sought in a bank roddery that tiik place 8-13-2018

Roseville P.D. is happy to partner with the Rite Aid Foundation in the continuing effort to provide a safe and secure way to dispose of medication that is no longer needed. A new “Disposal” box has been installed near the front doors of the Roseville Police Department. Please take advantage of the service and help keep families safe. (Note: The disposal box that has been in the lobby of the Police Department is still available for use) About the Program KidCents and The Rite Aid Foundation are committed to supporting a safe environment for children in our communities by helping to reduce the misuse of medications by adolescents and accidental childhood poisonings. The Safe Medication Disposal Program advances that mission by providing local law enforcement agencies in Rite Aid service areas with medication disposal units to ensure that individuals can safely dispose of unwanted medications in an environmentally-friendly manner, while keeping them out of the hands of kids and teens.

Asking for the public's help. If anyone has information on this subject please contact Detective Bender 586 447-4506.

National Night Out 2018 Thanks to all the volunteers and support from our local businesses. We would also like to thank the Rosevlle Nighborhood Watch Group. Another successful event!!! We have already started planning for NNO 2019....

Once the Holiday Season slows down for you take a few minutes and get your free Credit Report. . It is unfortunate, but there are a lot of individuals bent on criminal behavior. With today's life of - electronic everything, it can be very easy to be victimized. . Check your report for information that does not look right: Address Accounts Vendors etc. . If you see something, take action right away to secure your information. .

Seven Ways Your Teen Can De-stress The school year can be a really stressful time for teens. Whether they’re getting adjusted to a new school or trying to balance academics with extracurricular activities, the pressure can become overwhelming. Unfortunately, many times young people turn to unhealthy ways to deal with stress -