LUDINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
408 S. Harrison Street
Ludington, MI 49431
Welcome! The Ludington Police Department is a full service police department serving approximately 8,400 permanent year-round residents, and offering 24/7 patrol coverage for the three and a half square miles of the City of Ludington.
The mission that we are committed to is "enhancing the quality of life, promoting peace and identifying and resolving neighborhood problems within the City of Ludington by exercising an ongoing working partnership with the community; to be accomplished through the empowerment of both police officers and citizens."
By adhering to the philosophy of Community Policing the men and women of the Ludington Police Department enjoy strong support by city residents. This partnership is most apparent by the level of two-way communication that occurs.
While Ludington enjoys abundant natural resources, the resource that is most significant are the people that live, work and recreate here! It is the goal of the Ludington Police Department to continue to serve the community in which we live.
Mark A. Barnett
Chief of Police
For twenty-four hour emergency police response.
Call (231) 869-5858
For twenty-four hour non-emergency police response, or calling from outside Mason & Oceana Counties.
For copies of accident and incident reports, case status', and other department inquires, during regular office hours. This number should not be utilized to request a police response.
Department Fax #: (231) 843-6848.
For more information Contact:
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Closed weekends and holidays.
From US-31, go west on US-10 to S. Harrison Street. Turn south (left) on Harrison Street four blocks, to 408 S. Harrison, west side of street.