Mission Statement: To protect life and property, serve the public and uphold the constitution of the United States within the boundaries of Boyne City in a professional and cost effective manner.
|Jeff Gaither||Police Chief|
|Kevin Spate||Assistant Police Chief|
|Craig Remsberg||Police Officer|
|Tavis Tannehill||Police Officer|
|Dan Mercer||Police Officer, DARE|
|Kyle Smith||Police Officer|
|Donald Sproul||Police Officer|
|Syrina Dawson||Police Support Specialist|
OFFICE HOURS: Administrative Office 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. (Monday thru Friday) CLOSED on Weekends & Holidays Officers however, are on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. If you need an officer you can call 582-6611 during office hours or call 911.
Community Survey -
Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) Announces Community Survey
The purpose of the community survey is to help gauge public trust. When completed, the report will offer a set of recommendations to strengthen public trust and confidence in law enforcement in communities across Michigan. The goal is to determine how residents and law enforcement can work together to make local communities safe and secure.
A short survey is now available online for residents to comment on how to advance police-community relations in their area. All communities are not the same and local residents have unique issues and concerns that need to be addressed. To learn more about MCOLES and to read the full press release from the Governor's office, click here or on the file link below.
To take the survey online, visit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ExeDir2016-2. The link will remain open until March 20, 2017.
MCOLES also has established a special e-mail box so citizens can freely share general ideas. All comments will be considered but MCOLES wants respondents to focus on police community relations in their area. To submit general comments, or submit documents for consideration residents should send an email to MCOLES-ExecDir2016firstname.lastname@example.org.
Those responding to the survey or e-mail box will not be identified personally. MCOLES asks for a zip code to ensure all areas of Michigan are surveyed and there are three questions that ask for gender, race, and age. The survey does not ask for names or other personal information.
In their effort to safe guard the community and it's interests, the Boyne City Police Department offers additional programs for residents and business owners at no cost. Non Sufficient Checks: process, collect, and/or prosecute on behalf of a local business for all NSF checks received. Residential House Check Program: monitor house & property upon request for residents who will be out of town. Business Security Checks: will offer tips after an inspection of perimeter and building for local business owners. Bank Hold-Up Alarm Training: will train local bank staff on alarm system for robberies. Retail Fraud Training for Business: will train business owners and staff on retail fraud. Please contact the Police Department at 231.582.6611 (Mon thru Fri between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.) for more information or to schedule a program for your needs!
Animal Control - For animal control problems, please contact the Charlevoix County Animal Control Officer at 911