|Welcome to the new web home of the Colon Police Department, we hope you find it useful. Please bear with us as we move into our site and develop new features. The website will be updated daily, especially our event section which will include information area residents will find useful such as road work, special events in the village and information on community activities. Also click the Colon MI web link to your right for more community information and events.
The police department consists of a working Chief, two full time officers, two part time officers, and 2 reserve officers. We patrol by car, bike and on foot in our effort to provide the best service possible to our community. The Colon Police Department works closely with the Mendon & Burr Oak Police Departments, the St. Joseph County Sheriff's Department, the St. Joseph County Area Narcotics Team, the Meth Task Force out of Branch County, the Michigan State Police and the Colon Community Fire & Rescue Department. With the help of these agencies we are striving to make the Colon area a safe place for everyone who lives in and visits our great town.
Chief of Police
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