Hillsdale City Police Department


City of Hillsdale Police Department
The City of Hillsdale Police Department provides 24 hour police protection to the city of Hillsdale. The Department consists of approximately 15 sworn officers, a full time Chief, Deputy Chief, and Detective.
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Full Time Police Officer Application & Waiver click here  posted 4.14.15
*The Personal Injury Waiver & Authority for Release of Information MUST BE NOTARIZED and returned with the application no later than May 1, 2015. 


For more information see the Police Department Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


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City of Hillsdale Fire Department

 
Originally organized as the Baw Beese Fire Company in 1857, the City of Hillsdale Fire Department moved from the old firehouse on McCollum St. sometime in the 30's, and moved to the first floor of City Hall where it resided until 1964. Currently the Fire Department is located across the street at 77 E. Carleton Rd.
  • 24-hour fire protection - Class 5 fire rating
  • Staff of full-time and volunteer fire fighters
  • Three engines, including an 85-foot platform truck
  • Pumping capacity of 4,750 gallon per minute
  • Provide rescue and medical first responder services

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Fire Department Related Documents
None at this time.

For more information see the Fire Department Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
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Kevin Pauken, Fire Chief
517-437-6451

Contact Information
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For all emergencies call 911

Scott A. Hephner, Police Chief
shephner@cityofhillsdale.org
517-437-6460

Emergency Medical Service

24-hour ambulance service is provided by Reading Emergency Service, with a local ambulance house within City of Hillsdale.

The Hillsdale Community Health Center operates approximately 80 beds and provides professional health service. Meeting the full range of medical needs including emergency medicine, surgery, advanced diagnostics, with telemedicine resources and quick helicopter access to Ann Arbor, Kalamazoo, or Toledo.