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Flint Police Department Front Desk: 810-237-6800
The Flint Police Department’s mission is to enforce the laws of the City of Flint, State of Michigan, and United States of America with the goal of enhancing the safety and security of people who live, work, and visit the City of Flint and their property.
Interim Chief of Police – Philip Hart
The City of Flint Police Department is committed to protecting and serving all the people of our community with respect, fairness and compassion. Acting in partnership with our community to protect life and property, we strive to prevent crime and preserve peace, order and safety. We will seek just solutions with honesty and integrity. We encourage, need, and expect community involvement to work toward a mutual goal of enhancing the quality of life within our city.
The Flint Police Department will be the anchor resource in a collaborative effort with the community, businesses and visitors to the City of Flint. We will provide model law enforcement services with an emphasis on innovation and technology[/vc_column_text][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner]
Public Notice of Intent to Dispose of Firearms
The information below identifies firearm(s) confiscated by the Flint Police Department that are scheduled to be disposed of pursuant to MCL 28.434 and MCL 750.239.
List of Weapons to be disposed after 06/01/2020 (public notice date: 05/01/2020)
If you are claiming ownership of any firearm(s) listed, please write or call within thirty (30) days of the date of public notice. In addition to your ownership claim, you must be authorized to possess firearms.
If no valid ownership claim is received by Flint Police within thirty (30) days of the date of public notice, the firearm(s) listed above will be disposed of pursuant to MCL 28.434 and MCL 750.239.
Contact information is listed below:
Flint Police Department
Support Services Bureau
210 E. Fifth St.
Flint, MI 48502
(810) 237-6809 (call for disposal of firearms only)
[email protected] (email for disposal of firearms only)
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