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THE TRENTON POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

Shortly after the city of Trenton was incorporated, the village president and four trustees appointed Abiather Jones as the first town constable. Around 1897, Marshal Patrick Mahady was granted the power to deputize men to assist with the 4th of July festivities. This was the true beginning of the Trenton Police Department. 1937 marks the first full-time police department with one chief and six patrol officers. Today the department employs 34 sworn police officers, 8 civilian dispatchers, and 2 civilian employees who work together to provide continuous 24-hour protection and service to the City of Trenton. 

MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT

 

It is the mission of the Trenton Police Department to enhance and improve the quality of life in Trenton by working with our citizens and community partners to reduce crime and the fear of crime, preserve life, protect the people, enforce the law, maintain order, and keep the peace.

VALUES OF THE TRENTON POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

Loyalty – Bearing true faith and allegiance to the Constitution of the United States of America, the laws of this nation, the state of Michigan, and the city of Trenton. Allegiance and loyalty to your fellow officers, to the leadership of the department and the city.

Integrity – Doing what is right legally and morally regardless of the consequences. Enforcing the law impartially and realizing that as our integrity grows so does the trust placed in us by the citizens of our community.

Respect – Treat people as they should be treated. Treat everyone with the courtesy, dignity, and respect that they deserve as human beings regardless of any aspect of their life.

Honor - Living up to the core values of the department. Honor is a matter of carrying out, acting, and living the values of loyalty, integrity, and respect in everything you do. 

 

Divisions


The Trenton Police Department is organized into several divisions dedicated to specific responsibilities to assist in accomplishing the mission of the department. They are:

Traffic Division                                                           Patrol Division

Investigations Division                                                K9 Unit

Animal Control                                                           Auxiliary Police

Special Units                                                              Honor Guard

  1. Police Department


    Physical Address
    Police Station
    2872 West Jefferson
    Trenton, MI 8183

    Emergency Phone: 911

  2. Mike Hawkins

    Chief of Police

  3. Jeff Neese

    Deputy Chief

  4. Andrew Grignon

    Operations Lieutenant

  5. Brad Falkey

    Platoon Lieutenant

  6. Steve Lyons

    Platoon Lieutenant

  7. Tom Durbin

    Platoon Lieutenant

  8. Greg Brewster

    Platoon Lieutenant

  9. Amy Gilstorf

    Administrative Secretary