Police Department

Timothy Raker, Chief of Police


The St. Clair police department will be disposing of confiscated weapons on April 6, 2018.  Please forward any comments or concerns to Chief Raker at the St. Clair Police Department before April 6, 2018. For details: Notice of Confiscated weapons

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ONLINE CITIZENS POLICE REPORTING

This system allows you to submit a report about an incident that has occurred in the City of St. Clair. The following types of incidents can be reported on-line:

  • Accidental/Non Intentional Property Damage
  • Suspicious Situation.
  • Barking / Nuisance Dog.
  • Child Custody Violation.
  • Lost Property.
  • Threats.
  • Blight.
  • Larceny/Theft/ No Known Suspects.
  • Car/Animal Crash.
  • Harassing phone calls/No known suspects.
  • Identity Theft/ No known suspects.

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The St. Clair Police Department is on duty 24 hours a day seven days a week to serve and protect the City of St. Clair. Our open office hours are 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.

If you need to contact the department for non-emergency calls please dial 329-5710.

ALL EMERGENCIES CALL 911.

To assist officers in their investigation of non-emergency calls, please contact us while the incident is in progress, or as soon as possible afterward. Do not wait to report it at a later time.

The St. Clair Police Department uses Cable Channel 6 and local radio stations to broadcast public emergencies or snow emergencies.

The Police Department would like to thank the residents of St. Clair for all your support.

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