|Baroda-Lake Township Police Website http://www.lake-township.org/police.html
Dispose of unwanted and out-of-date medications by putting them in the Drop Box in the Police Department Lobby. Hours 8 am – 4 pm
Protect yourself from becoming a victim of fraud or abuse…. When hiring someone to enter your home to perform any kind of service, ask to see their license or credentials. If you wish to do a local background check on persons before they enter your home, the link below may be submitted to the Baroda-Lake Township Police. BackgroungCheckForm
Shawn Martin, Police Chief Office: 3169 Shawnee Rd., Bridgman MI 49106
The Baroda/Lake Township Police serve Baroda and Lake Township and Baroda Village. The staff consists of Shawn Martin, Chief of Police, three full time and 13 part time officers, the receptionist and a bookkeeper. Shawn joined the department in 2001. Prior to coming to Lake Township he was in the tool and die industry for 13 years and on the Baroda Fire Department.
Having a local police department helps keep response times for emergencies very good. The department makes about 2000 service calls a year. The dedication and experience of the staff help keep us safe and knowing we will be taken care of if the need arises.
Baroda Township representatives on the Baroda-Lake Township Police Board
- Dennis Krotzer
- David Wolf
Lake Township representatives on the Baroda-Lake Township Police Board:
- Gloria Payne
- Jim Stine
- Bob Clark
Police Board Meeting Dates: