1280 N. Irish Road, Davison   (MAP)



Office Hours:

Monday – Friday

8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


Emergency calls

and after hours

DIAL: 9-1-1

  • About Us/FAQ

    What are the boundaries of Davison Township?

    Potter Road is the boundary line to the north, bordering with Richfield Township.  Washburn Road is the boundary line to the east, bordering with Lapeer County.  Maple Road is the boundary line to the south, bordering with Atlas Township.  Vassar Road is the boundary to the west, bordering with the City of Burton.  The City of Davison is located within the borders of Davison Township, South of Potter Road, West of Oak Road, North of Lapeer Road and East of Gale Road.


    What are the hours of operation?

    The Davison Township Police Department is open Monday through Friday from 8am to 4pm.  You may contact the office at 810-653-5656 or by coming into the office located at 1280 N Irish Rd.  However, if you need an officer after 4pm or on the weekend, you may call 911.  Davison Township Police officers work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


    How do I obtain a copy of a police report?

    Police reports can be obtained at our office during normal business hours.  If you are not directly involved in an incident, you must submit a written request under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).  Current FOIA rates apply to receive requested reports. You can obtain a FOIA request form on our website (tab located on the home page).


    If you are unable to visit the police department during business hours, please call the front desk at 810-653-5656 to get rate information for your request and make arrangements to mail a check or money order (made out to the Davison Township Police Department) and we will send you a copy of the police report.


    Where do I pay traffic fines?

    Traffic fines are collected at the 67th District Court located at 200 E. Flint St. Suite 3, Davison, MI 48423.  The Honorable Judge Jennifer Manley and Magistrate Cora Gregory preside.  The Court’s phone number is 810-653-4126.


    If you received a citation within the City of Flint you will need to contact the 67-5th District Court at 810-766-8968.


    What is the fine on my traffic ticket?

    The Court sets the fines and costs on traffic tickets.  You may contact the Court at 810-653-4126 for any questions you may have.


    Where do I obtain a permit to purchase a handgun or a CCW Permit?

    If you live in Davison Township you must obtain your handgun permit through the Genesee County Sheriff Department.  They are located at 1002 S. Saginaw St., Flint, MI.  Please call 810-257-3418 for office hours.


    What is a Personal Protection Order (PPO) and how do I obtain one?

    A personal protection order (PPO) is an order issued by the Court.  It can protect you from harassment, assault, beating, molesting, wounding, or stalking by another person.  The order can also prohibit him/her from entering your premises and from removing minor children unless the removal is part of court-ordered visitation.


    There are two types of PPO's:

    1. Issued only after the other person has been notified that you have filed for a restraining order and after a court hearing has been held.
    2. Issued without notifying the other person and with no court hearing.  This is called an ex parte order.

     To file a PPO:

    • An attorney is not necessary in this process.
    • County Clerk’s office can provide a “do-it-yourself” personal protection order packet.
    • The packet will contain necessary forms and instruction to request a hearing.
    • In case of immediate danger, ask the clerk for an ex parte order form to complete.
    • A PPO goes into effect as soon as the Judge signs it.
    • The Clerk’s office will provide a copy to the Genesee County Sheriff Department so that it can immediately be entered into the Law Enforcement Information Network.


    You may receive a personal protection order if you are a victim of domestic violence or stalking.  PPO applications are available from the Genesee County Clerk’s office in the county Courthouse at 900 South Saginaw Street, Flint, MI 48503.  The phone number is 810-257-3610.


    Where can I get fingerprinted?

    The Davison Township Police Department provides fingerprinting on FBI and applicant cards.  If you need to be fingerprinted on a State of Michigan card, you must contact IdentoGo at 1-866-226-2952.


    How can I find out if a Registered Sex Offender is living near me?

    You may go to the Michigan Sex Offender Registry

  • Services


    The Davison Township Police Department provides fingerprinting on FBI and applicant cards. The fee is $10 per card. Please call 810-653-5656 to make an appointment.


    If you need to be fingerprinted on a State of Michigan card, you must contact IdentoGo at 1-866-226-2952.



    The Davison Township Police Department provides a basic “Letter of Good Conduct” for a Davison Township resident which is not a criminal background check. A Good Conduct Letter is a document that reflects a check of local police records regarding any negative police contacts. If you require a statewide criminal background check, please contact the Michigan State Police at 810-732-1111 or you may visit the State of Michigan ICHAT site



    The Davison Township Police Department offers vacation checks, at the homeowner's request, to better serve the needs of our community.  The Police Department and the community need to work together to prevent break-ins while the owner is away for extended periods of time.



    It is recommended that the homeowner follow these simple steps in order to better safeguard their home.  For instance:

    • Cancel Newspaper.
    • Put a hold on all mail. (forms may be obtained at the United States Postal Service Offices)
    • Ask a neighbor to collect leaflets left on the door.
    • Ask a neighbor to bring in trash cans from the roadway.
    • Possibly arrange for the grass/lawn to be mowed in your absence.
    • Leave emergency numbers with people chosen to watch your residence.
    • Remove messages on the home answering machine stating that you will be away.
    • Secure doors, windows, points of entry for animals, and turn off garage door opener.
    • Never leave a key outside, under a mat, "fake rock", or under a flower pot.
    • Ask a neighbor to park their car in your driveway to make it look like the house is occupied.
    • Set automatic timers to turn on and off lights in the evening around the same time you would normally be in the home.
    • Possibly arrange to have your driveway plowed and sidewalks shoveled in the winter time.



    The Davison Township Police Department may be able to assist you if you have locked your keys in your vehicle.  You may contact the police department during regular business hours at 810-653-5656 or you may call 911 after hours.  There is no fee for this service.


    REVERSE 9-1-1 - Genesee County CodeRED

    If you are a Genesee County Resident please CLICK HERE to fill out the form to add your home or cell phone to the CodeRED calling list.


    Please take a moment to fill in the appropriate information to be notified in the event of emergency situations or critical community alerts. Examples include: evacuation notices,
    bio-terrorism alerts, boil water notices, and missing child reports.


    CodeRED means added security for the citizens of Genesee County. In the event of emergency, CodeRED provides a fast and secure way to inform residents of the incident and how to react in order to maintain the best possible security and safety.


    The CodeRED message will provide specific information and instructions in the event of emergency. In addition, the system can target specific areas in Genesee County communities to inform and instruct residents.


    With the trend of many residents to use cellular or internet phones or to maintain an unlisted telephone number, residents must inform the Genesee County Communications Center if they wish to receive any notifications through those telephones.


  • Tips


    Witnessed a crime? We know it brings hesitation, especially deciding whether to come forward or let information go unreported due to fear or involvement. We also know that if crime goes undetected, it's as if it never happened.


    An undocumented crime leaves the criminal to continue to commit crimes. This leaves our community vulnerable and unsafe for both adults and children.


    The Davison Township Police Department has a special telephone number you can call to leave an anonymous tip.  It can be about drug activity in the area, information on someone who may have committed a crime, or maybe someone you know has a warrant for their arrest.  Please call 810-653-5656 Ext. 7847.



     In the event of an emergency, call 9-1-1. The Davison Township Police Departments would like to keep all residents and visitors to the area safe.  Always remember, you should not give your personal information, Social Security number, financial account numbers, birth dates or maiden name over the phone to someone you do not know.  If you have questions about your safety or security, please do not hesitate to call the police department at 810-653-5656.


  • Scams



    IRS “Scam”

    The Davison Township Police Department would like to warn residents about a telephone scam.  Currently there is a group calling saying they are from the IRS and you own them money.

    The caller tells the potential victim there is a pending law suit against them and they must make a payment to the IRS.  Do not give the caller any information over the phone regardless of any threats they make to take legal action.  Just tell them you will not provide them any information and hang up. Do not ever send money via Western Union or Greendot.


    Credit Card “Scam”

    Following is an example of a telephonic credit card scam.

    Person calling says - 'This is (name), and I'm calling from the Security and Fraud Department at VISA. My Badge number is 12460, your card has been flagged for an unusual purchase pattern, and I'm calling to verify. This would be on your VISA card which was issued by (name of bank). Did you purchase an Anti-Telemarketing Device for $497.99 from a marketing company based in Arizona ?' When you say 'No', the caller continues with, 'Then we will be issuing a credit to your account. This is a company we have been watching and the charges range from $297 to $497, just under the $500 purchase pattern that flags most cards. Before your next statement, the credit will be sent to (gives you your address), is that correct?' You say 'yes'.

    The caller then says, 'I need to verify you are in possession of your card'. He'll ask you to 'turn your card over and look for some numbers'. There are 7 numbers; the first 4 are part of your card number, the last 3 are the Security Numbers that verify you are the possessor of the card. These are the numbers you sometimes use to make Internet purchases to prove you have the card. The caller will ask you to read the last 3 numbers to him. After you tell the caller the 3 numbers, he'll say, 'That is correct, I just needed to verify that the card has not been lost or stolen, and that you still have your card. Do you have any other questions?'

    For your security:

    • Do not give out any credit card information over the phone!
    • Legitimate credit card company representatives would not ask for the security code numbers on the back of the card …. They all-ready have them.
    • If there is a breach in the security of your card and the credit card company contacts you, they would only inquire as to the location and amount of a purchase.
  • Crime Information


    Under the Michigan Crime Victim's Rights Act, an individual who suffers direct or threatened physical, financial or emotional harm as a result of a felony or other included crime, is entitled to the following information:

    • Emergency and medical services are available, if applicable.
    • You may be eligible for Crime Victim's Compensation Benefits.  To apply, fill out an application available from the Crime Victim's Compensation Board at P. O. Box 30026, Lansing, MI 48909 or call 517-373-7373.
    • The Prosecuting Attorney's office has a victim/witness program.  For additional information you may call the prosecuting attorney's office for Genesee County 810-257-3165 or Davison Township 810-603-1000.
    • When a suspect is arrested concerning your case, the police department will notify you no later than 24 hours after the defendant is arraigned.  At the time you may telephone the sheriff or juvenile facility to determine whether the defendant has been released from custody: Genesee County Jail 810-257-3426.
    • If you would like to be notified of an arrest in your case or the release of the person arrested, or both, you should call and inform Davison Township Police Department at 810-653-5656.
    • If you are not notified of an arrest in your case, you may call the Police Department for the status of your case.



    Crime Victim's Compensation Board ....517-373-7373

    Genesee County Prosecutor's office  ....810-257-3165

    Davison Township Prosecutor's office  ....810-603-1000

    Genesee County Jail  ....810-257-3426

    Davison Township Police Department  ....810-653-5656

  • Outside Agencies

    The Davison Township Police Department works in conjunction with several other agencies in Genesee County.   While we work closely with the City of Davison Police, Richfield Township Police, the Davison Richfield Area Fire Department and local EMS, we also work directly with the 67th District Court, Genesee County Sheriff Department and the Michigan State Police.

  • Forms


    Police reports made in Davison Township may be obtained by the complainants and victims at the Davison Township Police Department during regular business hours. Open police reports are not released until they are closed and suspects or arrestees may obtain a copy of the police report from the prosecutor’s office.


    Police reports are usually available after 3 business days, exceptions may apply.

    You may contact our office at 810-653-5656, to obtain the police report number and to check the status of a case. There is a fee for a copy of a basic police report.


    To obtain an accident report you can go to:



    Please note that the cost of this report is higher than what Davison Township charges. You will need to know the date of the accident and the report number in order to obtain a copy of the report.




    There are two (2) types of bad checks.  The first being a Non-sufficient funds check, the second a closed account.  Both require that a five (5) day notice be sent via certified mail to the check writer advising them that they have five days, from the receipt of the letter, to respond to you and remit payment and any fees that you incurred, or you will proceed with criminal charges.

    Click here for a sample of a five day notice letter.


    After the five days there are two different ways to proceed:


    Non-Sufficient Funds

    In Genesee County there is a Bad Check Restitution Program funded by the Genesee County Prosecutors Office.  Contact the Bad Check Restitution Program at 800-743-8014 for a bad check crime report form.


    Fill out the crime report form, attach originals (you retain photocopies) of all checks and notification documents, such as return receipts and bank notices and mail to:

    • Genesee County Prosecuting Attorney
    • Bad Check Restitution Program
    • P.O. Box 366
    • Flint, MI 48501-0366


    If you do not receive restitution within 60 days, contact the Genesee County Prosecuting Attorney Bad Check Restitution Program.


    Closed Account

    If you have received a closed account check in Davison Township, you can file a police report at our office.  After a report has been filed, we will attempt to make contact with the writer of the check.  We can either try to recover the funds or we will submit the report to our prosecutor for review of criminal charges.



    If you are a resident of Davison Township, you must obtain your CCW permit from the Genesee County Sheriff Department, if you wish to carry a concealed weapon.  You can contact the Genesee County Gun Board at 810-257-3418.



    The Davison Township Police Department will check resident’s homes for them while they are away on vacation.  If you would like to have a vacation check placed on your home, please contact us at 810-653-5656 during regular business hours.


    You may also complete the Police Vacation Check form online here.

  • Department Contacts

    Detective/Lieutenant Christi Markwardt

    Ext 7104



    Lieutenant Jerry Harris

    Ext 7105



    Lieutenant Jay Rendon

    Ext 7106



    Lieutenant Corey Haynes

    Ext 7107



    Officer Bryan Illig

    Ext 7115



    Officer Randy Forman

    Ext 7120



    Officer Philip Yurk

    Ext 7123



    Officer Mark Cuneaz

    Ext 7124



    Officer Chad Haynes

    Ext 7125



    Officer Mike Bice

    Ext 7127


    Officer Alan Wehrli

    Ext 7130



    Officer Scott Teschendorf

    Ext 7132



    Officer David Sohmer

    Ext 7133



    Officer Harold Payer

    Ext 7135



    Detective Kevin Roberts

    Ext 7136



    Detective Mike Angus

    Ext 7137



    Officer Terry Coon



    Chief Rick Freeman

    Ext 7101


    Records Clerk Kim Skellenger

    Ext 7709



    Dispatch/Records Autum Riley


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