Police Department

Proudly serving the villages of Mayville and Kingston
The Mayville Police Department is committed to partnering with the community to enhance safety and the quality of life for the residents, visitors and businesses of our village. We are committed to the preservation of peace, protection of life and property and to providing quality police service with integrity and professionalism.
Meet your Command Staff
Chief Coln was appointed as Chief of Police in 2013. The Chief of Police is responsible for the police departments’ daily working operations, budget and personnel. At this time, Chief Coln oversees 6 police officers who patrol and conduct investigations in the Villages of Mayville and Kingston as well as the Township of Kingston. The estimated combined population served is 3000 residents.
Chief Coln has degrees in Criminal Justice and Criminal Justice Administration and holds over twenty certificates and licenses including four instructor certifications. He is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps. As an active member of the community, Chief Coln serves as Secretary for the Greater Thumb Fraternal Order of Police, as Commander of the Mayville American Legion, and as Vice President of the Tuscola County Triad. He is also an active member of the Central Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police and the Mayville Lions Club. Chief Coln is a positive influence for our local school students and is a frequent keynote speaker on topics such as drug and alcohol awareness for teenagers, bullying prevention and social media issues.
Sgt. Fini was promoted to Sergeant in 2015 and supervises the Kingston office of the Mayville Police Department. Sgt. Fini retired from the Saginaw County Sheriff’s Department in 2008 after a twenty year career. Sgt. Fini also works for the Tuscola County Sheriff’s Department.

Sgt. Fini believes that visibility is vital for successful community policing. He enjoys having daily interactions with all members of the community. Sgt. Fini is a role model for younger officers and is always willing to share his vast knowledge and experience with others.

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Contact Us

If you need immediate help, dial 911

Mayville Office

5950 Fox Street
PO Box 219
Mayville, MI 48744
Office: 989-843-5301
Fax: 989-843-0061

Kingston Office

3655 Ross Street
Kingston, MI 48741
Office: 989-683-3200
Fax: 989-683-2911

The Mayville Police Department distributes FREE cable style gun locks so gun owners can securely store their firearms. Stop in at either the Mayville or Kingston office and ask for a free cable lock.

Need a Gun Lock?
The Mayville Police Department distributes FREE cable style gun locks so gun owners can securely store their firearms. Stop in at either the Mayville or Kingston office and ask for a free cable lock.
Go on vacation worry free!!!
If you are going on vacation or plan to be away from your home for an extended period of time, the police department’s free Residential Security Check program can help keep your property safe. Officers will conduct periodic exterior checks while you are away, monitoring your property for suspicious activity.

Using the Residential Security Check program while you are away from home does not guarantee against loss, theft, damage or mischief but it can be a useful deterrent to anyone who may be targeting your home for criminal purposes.

As a safety precaution, only tell those that need to know about your plans to be away, make arrangements to stop your deliveries, or have someone tend to them in your absence, and never post vacation photos or make comments about being away from home on any social media sites or in voice mail messages; save your postings until you have arrived back home.

To sign up for the Residential Security Check program, please submit a request form. For your convenience, we have made the Residential Security Check request form available online. Click the button below, print the form, fill out the form and drop it off at either the Mayville office or Kingston office.

Residental Security Check Form

Bicycle License
Bicycle licenses are available at no charge.

The minimum information needed to register a bicycle is make, color and serial number. Other helpful information would be bike speed and any special features.

Stop in at either the Mayville or the Kingston office to register your bicycle.