As the Chief of Police for the City of Lapeer, I work with the general public. Our police force also works with community leaders to provide information to help make the right decisions regarding public safety.
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Chief Todd Alexander
Todd Alexander became the Chief of Police for the City of Lapeer in October of 2001. Chief Alexander has 20 years of police experience. Alexander started as a Tuscola County Sheriff Deputy in Caro Michigan in 1983 before coming to the Lapeer Police Department in July of 1985. He then started working as a foot patrol officer in downtown Lapeer and then moved on to a motorcycle officer, K-9 Trainer/Handler, Accident Investigator, Patrol Sergeant, Administrative Sergeant, and then on September 11th, 2001 was made Acting Chief until taking his present position of Chief of Police on October 2nd, 2001.
During his career, he was also a member of the Metamora Township Police Department, Lapeer County Sheriff Dive Team, Lapeer Area Ambulance Service as and EMT-D, and a member of the City of Lapeer Fire and Rescue where he held the rank of Lieutenant.
Chief Alexander is a member of the Michigan Association of Chief of Police, International Association of Chief of Police, Trustee of the Lapeer County Chief of Police, Secretary for the 911 Authority Board, Secretary/Treasure for the Thumb Narcotics Unit, and the Chair of Lapeer County EMAC. He also served on the Board of Directors for the Lapeer Area Citizens Against Domestic Assault (L.A.C.A.D.A. women’s shelter).