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Welcome to the home of the Colon Police Department website, we hope you find it useful. Under the main menu on the left side of the screen are useful links. The "Local Business Directory" lists local businesses. If you place the pointer of your mouse over the business and click, it will take you to their website. You can find an email list for the department in the "Directory". The "Village Map" is a map of the Colon area. The website will be updated with important information such as road work, event changes and other community activities. The Village website link, on the right side of the main page, also has useful community information.

The police department consists of a working chief, two full time officers, two part time officers and two reserve officers. We patrol by car, bicycle and on foot in our effort to provide the best possible service to our community. The Colon Police Department is community policing based. We are very active with our school system and the various community events that take place throughout the year.

Our goal is to prevent crime and to protect life and property while partnering with the community to make Colon a great place to live and visit. The Colon Police Department works closely with the St. Joseph County Sheriff Department, the Michigan State Police, the South West Enforcement Team, the Mendon Police Department and the Colon Fire and Rescue Department to provide the best service possible to our community.

Thank you for visiting our website.

Mark A. Brinkert
Chief of Police.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teenagers.
 
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