Community Policing

Working together to keep the Canton community safe
The concept of community policing goes back to a time when officers walked a neighborhood beat and knew business owners and residents personally. Canton Police Department has been utilizing the Community Policing concept since 1993, offering that same advantage to its residents and business owners.

Canton assign each of its patrol and command officers to a Community Policing area. The permanent assignments allow officers to build relationships with residents and business owners, as well as develop extensive knowledge about the make up of the area including its unique problems. Department officials believe Canton's drop in crime over the past several years is directly tied to the success of Community Policing.

Canton is divided into four community policing areas. Each community policing team is empowered to identify potential problems in their area, and resolve them before they become significant. Community policing also allows teams to tailor their activities to meet the unique needs of residents and businesses.

The department encourages all Canton residents to become familiar with their Community Policing officers. To learn more, please contact Canton Police Department at 734-394-5400.
Community Policing Team Leaders:
Team 1
Lt. Chad Baugh 
Community Policing Team 1 Leader
Ph: 734-394-5400
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Team 2
Lt. Mike Steckel
Community Policing Team 2 Leader
Ph: 734-394-5400
Email
Team 3
Lt. Pat Sullivan
Community Policing Team 3 Leader
Ph: 734-394-5400
Email

Team 4
Lt. Scott Hughesdon
Community Policing Team 4 Leader
Ph: 734-394-5400
Email
Community Policing Teams Map
Community Policing Area Map Team 2 Team 2 Team 2 Team 1 Team 1 Team 3 Team 3 Team 3 Team 4 Team 4