East Lansing Police Department

ELPD

The East Lansing Police Department (ELPD) consists of 42 sworn officers and 29 non-sworn personnel. The department is committed to the prevention of crime and the protection of life and property, preservation of peace, order and safety, enforcement of laws and ordinances and safeguarding constitutional guarantees. 

The ELPD engages in a number of community outreach activities, including an active Community Engagement/Sector Officer program, National Night Out, Shop with a Cop, the Police Athletic League (PAL) and more.

Registration and Documentation Services

Police Records offers a number of registration and documentation services, including police incident reports, accident reports, gun permits, record checks, security clearance letters, notary public service, in-car video, all other video and audio, sex offender registry and background checks. The Police Desk, located next to Police Records, offers PBT and fingerprinting. Learn more.

Criminal Investigation and Community Engagement Team

ELPD Lt. Adam Park and Lt. Kristine Khoury serve as the supervisors of the Criminal Investigation and Community Engagement Team (CICET). The Community Engagement arm of this team includes non-sworn Police Social Workers and Neighborhood Resource Specialists who are working to connect those in need with social services and resolve quality of life issues within the community. Lt. Adam Park can be reached at (517) 319-6834 (Criminal Investigation) and Lt. Khoury can be reached at (517) 319-6831 (Community Engagement). 

Featured News & Reports

  • Register Your Party (PDF): Register your party by giving your contact information to the ELPD.
  • Officer-Initiated Contact Reports: View reports of the officer-initiated contacts made by ELPD in 2020, 2021 and 2022, including racial data. The current year's report will be updated on a quarterly basis.
  1. East Lansing Police Department Hosts 2nd Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive

    The East Lansing Police Department (ELPD) will host a Thanksgiving Food Drive on Sunday, Nov. 27 from noon to 6 p.m. at Patriarche Park in East Lansing. Read on...
  2. ELPD Provides Update on Efforts to Keep the Community Safe, Encourages Personal Safety

    In light of recent incidents and concerns regarding safety in downtown East Lansing, the East Lansing Police Department is providing an update on efforts to keep the community safe and encouraging individuals to look out for their personal safety. Read on...
  3. ELPD, MSU DPPS Partner to Form New Collaborative Policing Team

    The East Lansing Police Department and Michigan State University Department of Police and Public Safety have partnered to form the Proactive Engagement and Community Enhancement Team, which will work to address community concerns with long-term solutions. Read on...
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