Your Hometown Department
The Village of Sparta maintains its own police department which provides policing serivces 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The department is staffed by a full time Chief, Andrew Milanowski, five (5) full time officers, and eight (8) part time officers who average ten (10) years or more of law enforcement experience.
On top of performing the basic law enforcement needs for the community, the police department also issues hand gun registration and preforms child safety seat inspections.
Dispose of expired or unwanted prescription drugs!
Did you know the Village of Sparta provides a Safe Prescription Drug Drop-Off program to the community? Residents can drop off unused or expired prescriptions into a secure box - no questions asked. The drop off location is in the lobby of the Sparta Police Department at 260 W. Division St. Sparta, MI 49345.
What should NOT be placed in drop off container:
- Narcotics and other controlled substances
- Illicit drugs
- Bloody and infectious waste
- Needles or other sharp objects
- IV Bags
- Personal care products
- Hydrogen peroxide
- Aerosol cans
- Empty medication containers
Police officers will check the boxes daily, collect the contents and prepare for disposal that is eco-friendly and in accordance with Federal and State laws. If you have any additional questions please contact the Sparta Police Department at 616-887-8716.
Sparta Police Department Contact Information
Sparta Police Department
260 W. Division St.
Sparta, MI 49345
Email: Police Chief
Monday 12 Pm - 6 PM
Tuesday 9 AM - 3 PM
Wednesday 9 AM - 3 PM
Thursday 9 AM - 3 PM
Friday 9 AM - 3 PM
Saturday & Sunday - Closed
Emergencies Please call 911
Dispatch Contact: (616) 887-7331
(requests for police assistance, file a complaint of a criminal nature, or report a vehicle accident, etc.)
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