The Records Department is open to the public 8:00am-4:30pm Mon/Wed/Fri and 1:30pm-4:30pm Tues/Thurs.    
Annual Report

The purpose of the report is to present personnel information, crime data, financial info and other events from the preceding year to the residents of Chesterfield Township.

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Sex Offender Locations

Michigan Public Sex Offender Registry allows you to see a map locating registered sex offenders in your area as well as names and pictures.

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Michigan Most Wanted

The following is a link to the Michigan State Police (MSP) posting of "Michigan’s Most Wanted", and is provided to the citizens of Chesterfield Township as a service by the CTPD.

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Speed Realistic Speed Limits

The following is information provided by the Michigan State Police and Hubbell Roth & Clark regarding traffic safety and setting speed limits

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The Chesterfield Township Police Department is pleased to announce that it will be conducting a Citizen's Police Academy this March 15 thru May 24, 2017, 6:30pm-9:30pm (excluding April 12th). The Citizen’s Academy is designed to provide the community of Chesterfield Township with a hands on learning environment in the law enforcement profession. It is the goal of the Citizen’s Academy to familiarize each participant with the knowledge, skills, and tactics needed to be a successful Law Enforcement Officer.

Who can Attend?

The Citizen’s Academy is free of charge and open to all Chesterfield Township residents and business owners, over the age of 18. Participants can not have any felony convictions or have any misdemeanor convictions within the last four (4) years. All applicants will be subject to a background investigation and will need to sign a liability waiver. Applications can be picked up at the station or downloaded by clicking here.

What to Expect?

The Academy will cover the topics listed below but not limited to:
  • • Laws of arrest
  • • Use of force
  • • Accident investigation
  • • OWI detection
  • • Crime Scene Preservation and Processing
  • • Mock Traffic Stops
  • • Handcuffing
  • • Participants will be hands on with the everyday equipment used in the field
  • • Ride along (4 hours voluntary)
  • • Graduation ceremony
  • • F.A.T.S. Simulator

How long is the Academy?

The Academy class will meet once a week for 3 hours and run for 8 weeks total. Classes will take place at the station, except for occasional off site classes. Those will take place at the Macomb Police Academy. The 8th week of training will consist of a graduation ceremony, which is open for family members to attend.

Applications are due February 28, 2017

For more information contact Sergeant Krul at (586) 949-4722 or

Citizens Police Academy Application

Citizens Police Academy Curriculum Outline/Brochure

All persons requesting a PBT as of November 1st, 2014 will be charged $70.00 for a PBT Punch Card that will be good for seven (7) tests. This charge is in effect whether you require one (1) test or seven (7) tests. You will be required to present the card at the time of the test and it will be punched for each test given.

It is the responsibility of the purchaser to maintain the card that is issued. The Chesterfield Township Police Department will not replace lost, misplaced, stolen, or mutilated cards. If the punch card is lost, misplaced, stolen, or mutilated the requester will need to purchase another punch card before a test is given.

The PBT Punch Cards will be issued and tests given during the regular business hours of the Chesterfield Township Police Department Records Section:  Mon/Wed/Fri 8:00 am – 4:30 pm or Tues/Thurs 1:30pm – 4:30 pm

The ordinance permits firework use on the day before, day of and day after the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Washington’s Birthday, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Firework use on any other day of the year is not permitted.

It is also illegal to discharge fireworks in the township between midnight and 8 a.m., except on New Year’s Day, when fireworks can be used until 1 a.m. In addition, residents may not use fireworks on public property, including parks, schools and churches, without written permission to do so. Minors are prohibited from handling and possessing consumer fireworks. Consumer fireworks shall not be discharged or used by a person under the influence of Alcoholic liquor or controlled substance or a combination of both.