Police Department: 989-842-5657

 

Thank you to the Gratiot County Community Foundation!

 
 
The Breckenridge Police Department received 3 new Kevlar bullet proof vests on a grant from the Gratiot County Community Foundation.

Thank you,

Chief James Durham
 

Staff

 
 

Breckenridge PD gets new 2016 Ford Taurus

 
 
2016-The police department budgeted for a car upgrade and chose to go with another Ford Interceptor.  This now gives the Police Department two identical, fully electronic, patrol cars.  Chief Durham and his team are the only department in Gratiot County to be 100% paperless with the courts. 
 

Identity Theft Protection Guide

 

ConsumerAffairs has a great everything-you-could-ever-need-to-know guide to identity theft protection. Here's a snapshot: 

  • Hundreds of verified consumer reviews
  • Expert reviews and breakdowns of different features
  • A fantastic article that's all about protecting children from identity theft since they are 35x more likely to be targeted 

Here's the link to the guide: https://www.consumeraffairs.com/privacy/index.html

 

Breckenridge Community Schools Safe!

 
 
The Breckenridge Police Department along with the Breckenridge Community Schools invited K-9 officers from the following agencies, Saginaw County, Alma Police Department, Midland City, Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Police, and Tawas City to perform a training exercise along with a drug sweep.

We are proud to announce the Breckenridge High/Middle Schools passed the sweep with nothing found!
Winter Reminder
Sidewalks must be shoveled in front of homes and businesses during snow fall.

Reminders
No parking on ANY street between the hours of 2:00am and 6:00am.

Curfew-Sunday-Thursday children under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult after 10:00pm Friday and Saturday after 11:00pm.

Children under the age of 17 are not allowed in the cemetery without an adult.
Please remember to obey traffic signals and signs while riding bikes and walking!

Access rubbish and debris is not allowed in the Village of Breckenridge. All properties must be maintained.

Dogs must be on a leash while walking and tied up or in an enclosed area when on your property.It is also your responsibility to clean up after your pets.

Cats must remain at your residence at all times. Cats found in areas without an owner are considered stray and may be collected by animal control.

Please do not mow grass clippings in the streets, they cause many problems with our storm water systems.

Branches and leaves will be picked up at the curb. Grass and leaves must be in biodegradable bags.

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