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LAPEER COUNTY JAIL Address

LAPEER COUNTY
3231 JOHN CONLEY DRIVE
LAPEER, MI
48446

LAPEER COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 95
Inmate Capacity: 123
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 28
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(810) 667-0445

Lapeer County Sheriff's Department

The Lapeer County Sheriff's Department would like to thank our great citizens for all the support. This page is intended to keep you informed on current events involving the department. Unfortunately, we can not accept emergency requests or respond to requests for service through Facebook. Please call 911 for emergencies or the non emergency number for Central Dispatch 810-667-0292.
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Lapeer County Sheriff's Department shared a post.Friday, June 23rd, 2017 at 3:27pm
Greatly appreciated! Thank you!
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Lapeer County Sheriff's DepartmentThursday, June 22nd, 2017 at 5:59am
Sheriff McKenna and the men and women of your Lapeer County Sheriff's Office were proud to take part in the 23rd Annual Family Fun Day in Lapeer & Imlay City's Pop Up in the Park in Lamb Steele Park. The men and women of the Sheriff's Office look forward to these events and the opportunities to meet & greet the great citizens of Lapeer County. #greatweather#goodtimes
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Lapeer County Sheriff's DepartmentWednesday, June 21st, 2017 at 4:48am
Hope Not Handcuffs Update!

Recently, two of our citizens came to our Sheriff's Office seeking assistance through Hope Not Handcuffs. Within less than an hour, a volunteer Angel was on site getting these two ladies to a treatment center. Sheriff McKenna extends his thanks to Family Against Narcotics for this program which gives anyone who wants help the best chance at recovery without judgement and fear of getting locked away. The previous methods were not working and now with innovative techniques like Hope Not Handcuffs, anyone with drug addiction can progressively move forward with the support from your local Sheriff's Office in conjunction with FAN.
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Lapeer County Sheriff's Department added 2 new photos.Friday, June 16th, 2017 at 2:02pm
Sheriff McKenna and several of his Command Officers, as well as, Deputies were excited to be part of Devonshire’s Retirement Village13th Annual Classic Car Show. Our Deputies Association was proud to be able to showcase the 1974 Dodge Monaco Patrol Car that is made possible through several community sponsors. Cpl. Brandon Stimson puts great effort and a lot of his own time into keeping this classic patrol car up and running for many local and state wide events. Sheriff McKenna extends a big thank you to Colleen Cavanaugh for the invite, as well as, all the residents of Devonshire. A special thanks to the Devonshire Staff for hosting this awesome event, they went above and beyond to make today special! We met so many outstanding citizens to which it was an honor to talk with and share the day.
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Lapeer County Sheriff's DepartmentFriday, June 16th, 2017 at 10:33am
Recently Sheriff McKenna, Undersheriff Howe, Lieutenant Engelhardt and Lieutenant Engster attended Professional Development and Training through the Michigan Sheriff’s Association. These high level courses were presented by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, State of Michigan Attorney Generals Office, Baton Rouge Louisiana Police Department, St. Charles Parish Louisiana Sheriff’s Office, Michigan State University and several experts from fellow Michigan Sheriff Offices. The emphasis and main focus of this training was the safety of our citizens and law enforcement officers. Other topics included legal issues, emerging trends, drug interdiction / treatment and developing partnerships with Sheriff’s Offices to combine our efforts in fighting crime and keeping officers safe.

Sheriff McKenna extends a huge thank you to the following Sheriffs whose partnerships with our Lapeer County Sheriff’s Office will definitely be of great benefit to the Lapeer Community: Bay County Sheriff Cunningham, Huron County Sheriff Hanson, Oakland County Sheriff Bouchard, St. Clair County Sheriff Donnellon, Tuscola County Sheriff Skrent, Midland County Sheriff Stephenson, Sanilac County Sheriff Biniecki, Genesee County Sheriff Pickell and Shiawassee County Sheriff BeGole. #MichiganSheriffsAssociation
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Lapeer County Sheriff's DepartmentWednesday, June 7th, 2017 at 11:05am
Sheriff McKenna and Undersheriff Howe were proud to be a part of the Lapeer County Sheriff's Office Reserve Units Annual Ceremony. The Reserves are a vital support unit for the Sheriff's Office, while carrying out many details throughout the year. The Reserves undergo hours of training and volunteer hundreds of hours a year to their community. Also, congratulations to Curt June for earning Reserve Deputy of the Year! Great job Lapeer County Sheriff's Office Reserves! You're greatly appreciated!
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Lapeer County Sheriff's Department added 2 new photos.Tuesday, June 6th, 2017 at 5:35am
The Lapeer County Sheriff’s Office Conference Room has undergone some major renovations as of late and is still a work in progress, but thanks to Jacob Knudsen and Scott Helton from North Branch Schools, we are that much closer! Jacob and Scott showed off their incredible woodworking skills by donating their time and hard work while fabricating our new podium. The Lapeer County Sheriff’s Office greatly appreciates these 2 great guys and also looks forward to the many conferences/press conferences where this podium will proudly be on display! Also, a special thanks to their teacher, Curt June! #purelapeercounty#NorthBranchSchools