Ann Arbor Police Detective Bureau
301 E. Huron - Justice Center
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Customer Service Hours:
Monday -Thursday 8:30 am - 4 pm (Closed on Fridays and Holidays)
- Crime Mapping
- Bad Check Program
- Sex Offender Registration (Monday - Thursday 9 am - 4 pm)
Ann Arbor Crime Map Information:
Ann Arbor Crime Map-shows where, when and what types of crime have occurred.
On a weekly basis the Ann Arbor News is given major crime statistics from us to produce a crime map and it is published every Friday in the local section of the paper. On a monthly basis the Ann Arbor Observer is given major crime statistics from us to produce a crime map and it is published monthly in their magazine. Both of these publications are kept on file at the Ann Arbor Public Library and if citizens have questions we will try to answer them.
For more information call PSS Adele El-Ayoubi, Crime Analyst at (734) 794-6933 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the General Public
The Ann Arbor Police Department no longer provides fingerprinting services to the general public. Fingerprinting services for background checks related to employment, concealed weapons licenses, adoption or visa/immigration can be obtained at the following locations:
Court Ordered Fingerprints:
If you have been ordered by the 15th District Court to have your fingerprints taken as the result of a case for which you have appeared before the court. Follow these steps to complete this process:
Bring all required paperwork that you received from the court with you to the Ann Arbor Police Department in the Justice Center.
Parking around the Justice Center is very limited. When entering the building you are required to go through Security, which involves going through a metal detector and leaving your cell phone in a locked locker. Please allow extra time.
Don’t wait until the day of or day before your court appearance to have your fingerprints taken. Due to operational considerations at the police department you may not be able to be fingerprinted at the particular time that you stop in. You may have to wait or reschedule.
Advise the employee working at the Police Front Desk on the 2nd Floor of the Justice Center that you have been ordered to have your prints taken by the court.
At any point in time if you are advised that no one is available to process your fingerprints ask to speak to the Lieutenant or senior Sergeant on duty.
If the Lieutenant or Sergeant is the individual who advises you that no one is available at that time to process your fingerprints, make arrangements with the supervisor to return at a later time so that someone can be scheduled to process your fingerprints.
If you have any other questions contact the Court, Ann Arbor Police Duty Command, or Ann Arbor Police Administration. Police Duty Command can be reached at 734-794-6921.
POLICE ACTION ON A BAD CHECK
Before a police report will be taken on a Non-sufficient Funds (NSF) Check or a Account Closed Check a 5-day Bad Check Notice (pdf) must be sent to the account holder to satisfy Michigan State Statue. The Bad Check Notice (pdf) must be sent certified mail, return receipt requested deliverable to addressee only to the person who made the check. A copy of this notice should be kept by sender.
If the account holder does not respond or comply to the Bad Check Notice then a Washtenaw County Restitution Program Check Complaint Form must be submitted.
If this action fails then a criminal complaint may be filed in person at the Ann Arbor Police Department Front Desk.
Criteria for police action on a bad check, non-sufficient fund check, and closed account check:
- No two party checks.
- Single owner check.
- Check must be for $50.00 or more.
- Identity of check writer known to recipient or positive identification - drivers license or personal ID card number - must be verified and written on check by clerk.
- Must be reported to police within 60 days after receiving it back from the bank.
- Five day bad check notice must be sent certified mail (return receipt requested).
- No partial payments can be accepted by receiver of bad check.
- No post dated checks.
- No rent payment checks.
For more information call Detective Gerry Tacey at (734) 794-6930 (ext. 49319).
or email Gtacey@a2gov.org
Sexual Offender Registration:
As of July 1, 2011 you must make all changes at Police Records Section located on Floor 2 of 301 E. Huron.
Business hours are: Monday - Thursday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm.
(closed on Fridays and Holidays)
If you have any questions, please call (734) 794-6930 and press 7.