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Holland, Michigan Police Station Crime Information

There were 376 registered sex offenders living in Holland as of December, 2023. The ratio of all residents to sex offenders in Holland is 91 to 1. The 2020 crime rate in Holland was 235, which was about the average for the U.S. cities. It was higher than in 80.7% U.S. cities. The crime rate in Holland increased by 9%. In the last 5 years, Holland has seen an increase in violent crime and a decrease in property crime.

Holland crime rates are 1,661 per 100k, which is 17% lower than Michigan
Property Crime
1,339 crimes per 100k

Violent Crime
322 crimes per 100k

The Holland Department of Public Safety has three Divisions: Criminal Investigations, Patrol, and Services. The Criminal Investigations Division is responsible for follow-up investigations of cases relating to serious felonies, child abuse and criminal sexual conduct cases, juvenile crime referrals and arson. Members of the Patrol Division respond to crimes in progress, enforce traffic laws, interact with the public, and handle traffic crashes. The Services Division is responsible for administrative tasks, public information and media releases, recruiting and hiring, police internships, and grant proposals.

Police Captain: Robert Buursma

Holland Department of Public Safety Address:
89 W 8th Street
Holland, MI 49423

Mugshot Record Request in Holland, Michigan

The City of Holland makes 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 find the record in question. Fees for the request depend upon the amount for labor, materials, cost of transmitting the record, and cost of producing copies. Requests can be submitted in-person, through the mail, fax, or emailed. The Holland Public Safety 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. The requester also has the option to appeal an FOIA processing fee that they believe is too expensive.

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

The Allegan County Sheriff’s Office offers the ability to look up inmates in the custody of its correctional facility. To look up inmates, the public may enter their first name, last name, or booking date. The search results will yield inmate information accompanied by a mugshot of the inmate. Additionally, information regarding most wanted fugitives is available on the Sheriff’s website. A page is provided describing the crime the fugitive is wanted for and information that may help the public identify the individual. If someone has information about a most wanted fugitive, they may contact the Allegan County Sheriff’s Office at:

Central Dispatch: 269.673.3899 (anytime)
Silent Observer: 1-855-SILENT-0 (anytime)

Holland, Michigan Information

According to 2020 U.S. Census data, the population of Holland was 34,378. The total area of Holland is 17.45 square miles. The county seats are Ottawa County and Allegan County. The mayor of Holland is Nathan Bocks.

Phone: (616) 801-3638

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