The Olivet Police Department is located at 117 S. Main St. in the back part of City Hall, and is where officers can be reached when not on the road. 

The department consists of two sworn officers including the Chief of Police. Each sworn officer is MCOLES (Michigan Coalition On Law Enforcement Standards) certified as required by the State of Michigan, and they attend classroom and field training throughout each year to maintain their certification. In addition to the certified officers, the Olivet Police Department currently has one active Reserve Officer on the force.
We're Here to Serve
Often times citizens will advise an officer of an issue, after the fact, then say that they didn't think it was an emergency and they didn't want to bother the police. Though the thought is appreciated, our job is to Protect and Serve, and the best way to do that is to respond when an incident or situation is occurring. So if it's not an immediate threat to life or property, we encourage you to call one of the Non-Emergency numbers, and report the situation or incident. You can remain anonymous.
Numbers to call (Click here for a printable version to post by the phone.):

Olivet PD Office (Non-Emergency) 8:30AM to 4:30PM, M-F: 269 749-9961

  • Copies of incident/accident reports
  • City parking violation issues
  • PBT's
  • Other general issues / complaints not requiring immediate police response

Eaton County Dispatch (Non-Emergency) after 4:30PM and on weekends: 517 543-3512, Option 2
Unfortunately the police can't be everywhere at once, and for this reason we humbly request assistance from the public.

Any and all information is welcome, and will be kept confidential. The information you provide may help in an on-going investigation, and lead to the arrest of a suspect. If we were not previously aware of criminal or illegal activity, the information you provide may lead to preventive action by law enforcement.

Please click the link below, and fill-out the form completely. You will not be contacted unless you give us permission to do so. 
T.I.P.S. (Taking Information for Public Safety)
THANK YOU for your integrity and concern for your fellow citizens.
We Provide PBT's
Our officers are usually on patrol, and may be tied-up on a call so call ahead or give yourself enough time to go to another PBT site.
Cost:$5.00 per visit - Must have exact amount.
Required:Must have picture I.D.
Tenants and Landlords: A Practical Guide (You will be taken to the Michigan Legal-Aid website.)
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City of Olivet, 117 S. Main St., Olivet, MI 49076 P.O. Box 367(269) 749-9961

Eaton County, Michigan
Upcoming Events

Fill-A-Cop Car - On December 5th of this year from 10am to 2pm, the Olivet Police Department will be teaming up with other Eaton County Law Enforcement Agencies, to help fight hunger by filling our patrol cars with donated food from the community.

The Olivet Police Department will be paired up with Bellevue PD to do our part. OPD and BPD will have patrol cars at the Town and Country grocery store in Bellevue, and will be standing-by on that day to receive food gifts from those that are able to help. We believe that no one should go hungry, and if we all give a little, together we can do a lot about it. 

Click here for a PDF version of the Fill-A-Cop Car flyer.

Golf Carts

The City of Olivet has passed a Resolution, which allows residents of the city to operate golf carts on city streets. This does not include side-by-side vehicles such as the Polaris Ranger, Kawasaki Mule, John Deere Gators, etc. Those types of ATV's can still, and must be titled and registered through the State of Michigan.

The "Owner" of the golf cart must be a resident of or business in Olivet, and the owner or authorized representative of a business must register the same. The golf carts do not have to be modified with additional equipment or insured, however, there are still rules, including traffic violations as set-forth in the Michigan Motor Vehicle Code, that will still be enforced by the Olivet PD and/or other agencies. 

If you wish to register a golf cart or have any questions, you may contact the Olivet City Hall or Olivet PD between the hours of 8:30am and 5:00pm.
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