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2300 Stallman Road

Peshawbestown, MI 49682

Main Line (231) 534-7777

Neighborhood Watch Line (231) 534-7473


The Tribal Police of the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians will provide for the safety and well being of all Tribal community and business enterprises through law enforcement, community p0lice education, and an understanding of cultural tradition.


Purpose:  To provide police services to the six county service area.  To promote community oriented policing/problem solving to help prevent and reduce crime with professional and well trained police officers.  The department improves the quality of life on Tribal lands by providing safe communities for residents and visitors.


                                   Tribal Police Department Recruitment

The GTB Tribal Police Department is recruiting for MCOLES certifiable police officer positions. Contact the GTB Human Resource Department (231) 534-7412 HR Recruiter or view the HR Department job posting website to view the job descriptions. 


Update from GTB Police regarding PBT

  • Protection of the public through enforcement of Tribal, State, and Federal laws.
  • Collaboration with the federal government (US Attorney and FBI) for investigation and enforcement of federal crimes.
  • Search and Rescue.
  • Emergency Response Team.
  • Emergency Preparedness and Homeland Security (exercises, training, planning, etc.)
  • Short term Safe keeping of items.
  • Sex Offender Registry and Notification Program.
  • Safe Exchange Program.
  • Community Police Activities.
  • Bicycle Registry
  • Neighborhood Watch Program.



Active Shooter Training 5.17.17

 Above: GTBPD Participate In Active Shooter training May 17th, 2017.


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