Road Patrol

The Lapeer County Sheriff’s Office Uniformed Road Patrol Division is responsible for patrolling and responding to calls for service within Lapeer County. There are townships and villages that contract for additional services. Currently there are 45 Full-time road patrol officers that cover the 666 square miles, and serve the 88,513 residents in the County 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. You will see the Deputies around the county helping our citizens. One of their many duties include doing property inspections (Link to property inspection request form) while residents are away.  Just another way that we serve Lapeer.

Lapeer County Central Dispatch (810-667-0292 non-emergency or 911 when it is an emergency) dispatches Lapeer County Sheriff’s Deputies.  The Road Patrol responds to an average of 24,000 calls per year.

To become a member of the road patrol an individual must complete a road patrol academy before becoming hired. See current openings here.  

This division includes the, Motor Division, Reserve Deputies, Marine Division, SRT (Swat Team), Victim Service Unit (VSU), Dive Team, K-9, and Lapeer County Search and Rescue (LCSAR).

The Lapeer County Sheriff’s Office also has an Explorers group for youth to become familiar with Police and what goes into becoming a Sheriff’s Deputy.