It is the mission of the Wyandotte Police Department to provide honest, efficient and effective law enforcement services, to promote a safe and secure environment through the delivery of fair and impartial police services, and to protect life and property. It is their goal to consistently promote, preserve and deliver the highest quality of professional police services possible to all individuals who live, work or visit the City of Wyandotte.
The Wyandotte Police Department will serve with respect and professionalism. As an Accredited Agency we will set the standard of excellence in law enforcement and continue to maintain the department’s reputation for providing effective, courteous service, and protection for the community.
Accreditation is a progressive and time-proven way of helping law enforcement agencies calculate and improve their overall performances. The foundation of Accreditation lies in the voluntary adoption of standards containing a clear statement of professional objectives. Accreditation status represents a significant professional achievement. Accreditation acknowledges the implementation of written directives, policies, and procedures that are conceptually sound and operationally effective
Visiting The Police Station
If attending court during normal working hours the following dress code applies:
- Proper attire is required. Shorts, tank/tube tops, etc. are not permitted.
- Shoes and shirts must be worn all times.
You will be required to pass through a metal detector prior to entering the building. Purses, bags and briefcases will be x-rayed and are all subject to further inspection if deemed necessary.
Firearms or weapons of any kind are strictly prohibited when entering the Police Court facility.
Cell phones are allowed in the Police Department but must be placed in silent mode. Personnel has the right to limit or terminate activity that is disruptive to PD operations or compromises security.
The Records Department accepts cash only.
The Wyandotte Police Department has been housed in several locations over the years; however there are no records regarding the location of the City Jail prior to 1881. In 1881 the Wyandotte Police Department was located on the southwest corner of Biddle and Elm in City Hall.
In 1918 the Wyandotte Police Department moved into the building of J.H. Bishop Company on Van Alstyne and Chestnut. In 1921 the Police Department moved to the southeast corner of Biddle and Pine the old Detroit Shipbuilding Company. In 1959 the Wyandotte Police Department moved to a 17,000 sq. ft. structure at the southeast corner of Biddle and Ford. The building also served as the location of the 27th District Court. Growth caused building additions in 1980, and again in 1990.
We are pleased to announce that On October 21, 2008 the Wyandotte Police Department moved into their new 44,000 sq. ft. state-of –art facility along with the 27th District Court located at 2015 Biddle Avenue.
Detective Ken Groat has a K9 called Ice. Ice is a German Shepherd born in the Czech Republic. German Shepherds are the best known Police dog all over the world. Ice is nationally certified by N.A.P.C.H. (National Association of Professional Canine). When Ice is not on duty, he is at home with Detective Groat and his family. Always say no to drugs, alcohol and strangers. Stay in school and you just might run into Ice and Detective Groat.
Officer Jonathan Cox is assigned to K-9 Jax. Born July 24th, 2018 in Jessen Germany, K-9 Jax is a full bred German Shepard. Jax is nationally certified through N.A.P.C.H. Jax is multi-purpose K-9, certified in narcotic detection, tracking, apprehension, obedience, area, evidence and building searches. When off duty, K-9 Jax enjoys his time away from work with Ofc. Cox and a long game of fetch.
The Downriver Detroit Wyandotte Cadet Program provides young men and women from the ages of 14 to 20, an opportunity to study all areas of law enforcement and community service firsthand. Instructors from local, county, state and federal agencies will teach students ethics, basic patrol, arrest techniques, firearms, forensics, traffic accident investigations, self defense, physical fitness, raid entry to name a few. Once a student has completed the required training, the student can accompany Officers during uniform patrol.
Applicants must be attending school or in the military. Applicants must keep a minimum 2.0 GPA and have no negative contacts in school or with police. The program offers police academies and scholarships through the Cadet program.
The program accepts applications each fall.
For information on how to participate in this program you may contact Wyandotte Cadet Advisor, Officer Steve Sabo by email.
CPL & Advanced Pistol Defense Classes
Wyandotte Police Department proudly proctors civilian CPL and Advanced Pistol Defense classes for the public.
All pistol classes are $100 per applicant.
Classes are taught in the Wyandotte Police Department's training room & gun range. All pistol course times are from 8 AM to 5 PM.
Applications and payments are accepted Monday-Friday from 8 am to 4 pm at the Police Administrative Office. Cash payments will not be accepted. Check or Money Order only.
Seating is limited and classes are on a first come, first served basis.
Check back for future class dates.