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Fenton, Michigan Police Station Crime Information

There were 30 registered sex offenders living in Fenton as of December, 2023. The ratio of all residents to sex offenders in Fenton is 378 to 1. The ratio of registered sex offenders to all residents in this city is close to the state average. The 2020 crime rate in Fenton was 111, which was 2.3 times lower than the U.S. average. It was higher than in 54.2% U.S. cities. The crime rate in Fenton fell by 25% from 2019 to 2020. In the last 5 years, Fenton has seen a decrease in violent crime and property crime.

Fenton crime rates are 1,423 per 100k, which is 29% lower than Michigan
Property Crime
1,323 crimes per 100k

Violent Crime
100 crimes per 100k

The Fenton Police Department is a full-service police department offering services 24/7. The department currently employs 14 sworn police officers, of which 11 are patrol officers and supervisors, 2 are detectives, and one is the Chief of Police.

Crash reports are usually available 2-5 business days after the report was made. Copies of the report may be picked up in person at the Police Department for $10.00 (cash or check) or downloaded from the CLEMIS website. The Clemis website can be accessed at Payment can be made by using Visa, MasterCard and Discover. Crash reports can be found using the following search criteria: incident number, driver/owner/passenger date of birth and date of crash incident or driver’s license number, driver’s date of birth and date of crash incident. Results for the crash report will be provided 5 to 7 business days after payment.

Police Chief: Jeffery Cross

Fenton Police Department Address:
311 S Leroy Street
Fenton, MI 48430

Mugshot Record Request in Fenton, Michigan

The Fenton Police Department provides an FOIA form for individuals who wish to request access to public records. To file a request, individuals must enter their name, address, and contact information. Sufficient detail of the record must be provided so the City can locate the record. Fees for the request depend upon the amount for labor costs, materials, cost to mail the record, and cost of duplication/publication. Requests can be submitted in-person, through the mail, fax, or emailed. The Fenton Police Department will issue a response within 5 business days. The City will either allow the request to be granted, partially denied, or completely denied. If it is denied, the FOIA coordinator will provide an explanation for the denial. The requester has the ability to appeal the denial if they felt it was made in error. Requesters also have the option to appeal an FOIA processing fee that seems too expensive.

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

The Oakland County Sheriff maintains a Most Wanted page that lists the names of fugitives wanted in the county. Information is also provided on how to contact the Sheriff’s Office should the public possess information on the whereabouts of one of these fugitives. Each fugitive is given a profile displaying their mugshot, name, date of birth, height, and weight. Additional information is given on what the individual is wanted for and possible tips about their location.

Fenton, Michigan Information

According to 2020 U.S. Census data, the population of Fenton was 12,050. The total area of Fenton is 6.97 square miles. The county seats are Genesee, Livingston, and Oakland. The mayor of Fenton is Sue Osborn.


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