Read our mission statement and values.
Like the City as a whole, the Ypsilanti Police Department has a history rich in Pride, Diversity, and Heritage that can be traced back as early as 1825, when the first settler, Benjamin Woodruff, became sheriff. Four years later, the job of constable became part of the general elections.
Learn about the K-9 Officer and his partner Buky.
The Records Bureau is responsible for processing all police incidents/reports and paperwork. In order to determine the status of a report, citizens should contact the Records Bureau.
Learn what to do if you receive a parking violation.
Ordinance Enforcement is a division of the Police Department. Its purpose is to ensure safety and compliance with city code requirements.
Read about how the Police Department participates with the community to help keep Ypsilanti safe.
Keep yourself and your family safe with these safety tips.
View crime reports and a local crime map.
Report a crime or share a tip.
We compiled a list of links that are answers to frequently asked questions.
Washtenaw 100 supports the families of active police officers and fire fighters who serve within Washtenaw County.