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Brighton, Michigan Police Station Crime Information

There were 81 registered sex offenders living in Brighton as of December, 2023. The ratio of all residents to sex offenders in Brighton is 93 to 1. The 2020 crime rate in Brighton was 74, which was 3.5 times lower than the U.S. average. It was higher than in 40.1% U.S. cities. The 2020 Brighton crime rate fell by 55% compared to 2019. In the last 5 years, Brighton has seen a decline in violent crime and property crime.

Brighton crime rates are 1,483 per 100k, which is 26% lower than Michigan
Property Crime
1,390 crimes per 100k

Violent Crime
94 crimes per 100k

The mission of the Brighton Police Department is to deliver law enforcement services to the community with integrity, courage, and professionalism. The department is dedicated to providing high quality police services to ensure a safe and secure community. the department is committed to protecting life and property, and preserving peace. It aims to achieve these goals by working in partnership with the community.

Traffic crash reports can be picked up at the Police Department from 8am to 4pm Monday through Friday. There is a $10 fee for each accident report. Police reports can only be faxed or mailed once payment has been submitted. Reports requested by mail must have a return envelope with the appropriate postage. All reports are completed within 48 hours, and then undergo a supervisor’s review. Reports will not be released until the review takes place. For any inquiries about a report call 810-227-2700 during business hours.

Police Chief: Brent Pirochta

Brighton Police Department Address:
440 S. 3rd Street
Brighton, MI 48116

Country: United States
Address 1: 440 S Third St
City: Brighton
State: Michigan
Zip Code: 48116-1469
County: Livingston County
Phone #: 810-227-2700
Fax #: 810-227-2063
Type: Police Departments

Mugshot Record Request in Brighton, Michigan

The City of Brighton appointed the City Clerk as its FOIA coordinator, responsible for processing all FOIA requests. There is an FOIA request form available online that requires the requester input their name, address, and contact information. Details must be provided of the incident and must be specific enough so that the City can locate the record in question. Fees for the request depend upon the amount for labor costs, materials, cost of transmitting the record, and cost of duplication. Requests can be submitted in-person, through the mail, fax, or emailed. The Brighton Police Department will issue a response within 5 business days. The nature of the response can vary with some requests being granted, partially granted, or denied. If denied, an explanation for the denial will be sent to the requester. The requester then has the option to appeal the denial. Similarly, the requester has the option to appeal an FOIA processing fee that seems too excessive.

County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Brighton, Michigan

Livingston County maintains a list of all active warrants in the county. The list contains the name of the individual with the warrant, their date of birth, and their case number. The list is in alphabetical order, and includes both male and female fugitives.

Brighton, Michigan Information

According to 2020 U.S. Census data, the population of Brighton was 7,446. The total area of Brighton is 3.69 square miles. The county seat is Livingston. The mayor of Brighton is Kristoffer Tobbe.


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