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The Charter Township of Shelby Police Department utilizes the latest techniques in education, prevention, detection and enforcement. Its members undergo constant training to provide professional law enforcement services. Through a mutual effort with our citizens, businesses and community groups  Shelby's Police Department keeps the Township a place where people are secure in their homes, businesses and travels. The police department recently moved into a new station.  It is located directly behind the Hope Chapel on the township grounds.

Shelby Township Police Department
52530 Van Dyke
Shelby Twp, MI 48316
Police Department Business Number (586) 731-2121

Emergencies: 911

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safest-cities-badge1Shelby Township has been ranked 27th in the 2017 Top 100 Safest Cities in America.  We are pleased to share this distinction with our residents and business owners.  Click here to read the Top 100 Safest Cities in America report. 

Michigan Safest Cities 1Shelby Township has been ranked in the 2017 Top 50 Safest Cities in Michigan.  We are please to share this distinction with our residents and business owners.  Click here to read the Safest Cities in Michigan report. 

OK2SAYThe State of Michigan is launching OK2SAY, a new program that enables students to confidentially report potential harm or criminal activities involving students or school employees.  OK2SAY's focus is on early intervention and prevention, acting as an early warning system to thwart school tragedies before they occur.  Click on the following link to learn more about the program and how to make a report.  

Every day, first responders put themselves in harm's way to serve and protect the public.  For some, their service to the community continues even after they are gone.
Our department is joining forces with dozens of police departments and other first responders across the state to honor our fallen heroes who have given their final gifts through organ, tissue and eye donation.
It's important to know that everyone can sign up to donate life, regardless of age or medical history.  Donors can save up to eight lives by providing organs for transplant and improve the lives of up to 75 others through the gifts of tissues and corneas.
You can help us to honor the fallen heroes among us and provide hope to the more than 3,300 people in the state waiting for a life-saving organ transplant.  Join the Michigan Organ Donor Registry today at