Administrative Services Division

The Administrative Services Division performs a variety of duties and services relating to the support, management, and oversight of the Lansing Police Department. 

The Administrative Services Division is comprised of the Detention Unit, Training Unit (Firearms, Defensive Tactics, and other Employee Training), Police Policy and Procedures, Grants, Electronic Equipment Maintenance Unit (EEMU), Range and Personnel-Recruiting and Hiring.  

​​​Detention Unit 


Processes and maintains care of all individuals lodged at the Lansing Lock-up.

Training Unit


Ensures that all employees, sworn and civilian are trained according to mandated requirements and fair and impartial policing practices. 

​​Police Policy and Procedures


Responsible for the development of meaningful policies and procedures to help guide employees as they make critical law enforcement decisions. 

​​Grants


Maintains fiscal and grant oversight.  

Training/Range (Firearms, Defensive Tactics)


The Lieutenant and Sergeant are trainers for force-on-force tactics, de-escalation skills and how to conduct a traffic stop.  This unit also has a sub-section that is the Firearms Training Facility where a sergeant and an officer conduct all the firearms training and qualifications which includes decision-making scenarios that give our officers the experience that can be life or death decisions for innocent citizens and themselves.  The hundreds of hours of training that our officers receive from the Training Unit is critical for the various aspects of policing a city the size of Lansing.

Electronic Equipment Maintenance Unit (EEMU)


This unit is responsible for the installation and maintenance of all FCC radio communication systems, including vehicle/building video recording access equipment.

Personnel, Recruiting and Hiring


The Lansing Police Department has several positions available such as Police Cadet, Police Technician, Police Officer, Detention Officer, Community Police Officer and Civilian Positions.

If you are interested in a career at the Lansing Police Department, contact:
 
Sergeant Mandi Beasinger 
(517) 483-6684 
mandi.beasinger@lansingmi.gov 

or

Lieutenant Matthew Kreft
(517) 483-4613 
matthew.kreft@lansingmi.gov.