The Anti-Bias Council, comprised of both sworn and civilian personnel, is charged with identifying and discussing bias in law enforcement matters.
The East Lansing Police Department Arson Investigation Unit works in close conjunction with the East Lansing Fire Marshall during origin and cause fire investigations.
The bike team operates as a supplement to the Patrol Division and is heavily involved in community policing efforts throughout the City.
The Commercial Motor Carrier Officer position enforces all commercial traffic laws, including weight and size violations, taxi laws, vehicle-for-hire laws and other local ordinances throughout the City of East Lansing.
The purpose of the Crime Scene Investigation unit is to have a highly trained unit of officers, who specialize in the detection, collection and preservation of physical evidence at crime scenes.
The East Lansing Police Department Honor Guard was created to bestow honor and respect upon fallen members of law enforcement and fire service, honored dignitaries and their immediate families.
The Ingham Regional Crash Investigation Team (IRCIT) is a county wide law enforcement team that is charged with investigating and reconstructing traffic crashes that involves the serious physical injury or death of one or more of the involved parties.
The East Lansing Police Department K9 Unit consists of three teams (one handler and one dog per team).
The Police Athletic League (PAL) is a recreation-oriented juvenile crime prevention program that relies heavily on athletics and recreational activities to tighten the bond between police officers and youth in the community.
Officer Steven Whelan works in collaboration with the East Lansing Public School District and works in East Lansing High School.
Officers assigned to this team are responsible for running the various social media platforms the police department maintains.
The Special Response Team (SRT) assists the City of East Lansing, Meridian Township and Michigan State University police departments.
Instructors assigned to this unit are charged with providing a comprehensive use of force and de-escalation training program for the entire department.
Officer assigned to the Capitol Area Violent Crime Initiative (VCI) team work in conjunction with local, state, and federal authorities to impact violent crime within the mid-Michigan area.