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Hamtramck Police Department

Chief of Police
Anne Moise

It is the purpose of the Hamtramck Police Department to preserve the public peace and order, apprehend violators and offenders, and to protect the citizenry and property under the laws of the State, and ordinances of the City of Hamtramck, in a firm and fair professional manner.

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Interested in working for the City of Hamtramck and becoming a police officer, but haven’t attended the police academy yet? If you work for the City of Hamtramck in another capacity for a period of time, you may be eligible for a City-paid sponsorship to attend the police academy and become a police officer.

Resolution 2021-24 Approving the Adoption of a Policy Prohibiting the Use of Excessive Force by the Police Department Against Nonviolent Civil Rights Demonstrators

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Check-in with the Chief: Anne Moise, Hamtramck’s first woman police chief


Emergency 911
Front Desk
(For crimes not in progress, general information, reporting, complaints, parking issues, abandonded autos, prisoner information)
313-800-5281 ext. 791
Identification Bureau
(For LCC matters, evidence issues, property release, and archival records)
Traffic and Records Bureau
(For copies of traffic reports, general police reports, gun applications, clearences, impounded vehicles, fingerprinting and follow up on abandoned autos)
Detective Bureau 313-800-5281  ext. 884
Police Towing (Nationwide Recovery) 313-822-2220
Narcotics Tip Line 313-800-5267
Anonymous Crime Reporting 313-800-5281  ext. 500
Gun Disposal Department
(This department is responsible for the proper disposal of all weapons.  Hours are Monday-Friday 8am to 4pm)
313-800-5281  ext. 349


3401 Evaline St
Hamtramck, MI 48212

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