Police Department
Chief Wriggelsworth’s service with Mason commenced on April 5, 2022 as a part time position, to transition from Eaton County, until he becomes full time in October.

Mark Wriggelsworth joins the City of Mason with over 24 years of service in law  enforcement. 
He has served Eaton County since 1997, first as road patrol deputy, later as a patrol lieutenant, and most recently as a Captain. Eaton County Sheriff Reich and the City of Mason have agreed to a partnership to ensure the smooth transition  between the departments that will result in Wriggelsworth working temporarily at both departments until moving to full time in October.

Throughout his law enforcement career, Wriggelsworth has moved up the ranks and has served on patrol, field training officer, narcotics assignment, road patrol sergeant, commander of Delta Charter Township substation, administrative services captain and most recently road patrol captain.   Wriggelsworth is a dedicated public servant, who has earned many accolades and accomplishments, brings a wealth of experience to the position. 

Wriggelsworth is a graduate of the MSU Eli Broad College of Business with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Human Resource Management.  He is also an alumnus of the 9th class of the MSU School of Staff and Command.

Please join us in giving our new Chief Wriggelsworth a warm welcome to the City of Mason!

Traffic Crash Reports
The Mason Police Department does not provide copies of crash reports (known as UD-10 reports) at the scene or from the department.  Those reports are uploaded to the MSP and a website usually within 2-3 business days.  Our officers will refer citizens to the sitehttps://policereports.lexisnexis.com.  Your insurance company will most often obtain the reports, but individual customers may also access and purchase them awell.
Once the site is accessed the following information may be needed to obtain your report.  Enter State and Jurisdiction and one of the following:
  • Report Number (which you will be provided)
  • Last Name and Date of Incident
  • Last Name and Street
The site itself is linked to an easy to understand FAQ page at:  https://ecrash.custhelp.com/app/answers/list

Salvage Vehicles Inspection
The Mason Police Department has a State of Michigan trained and certified Salvage Vehicle Inspector on staff who can assist Mason citizens with the Salvage Vehicle Inspection process or a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) Inspection on an appointment-only basis.  Contact Customer Service at 517-676-9155.  The fee for a Salvage Vehicle Inspection is $100.00 per state law.  For more information about Salvage Vehicle Titles go to www.mighigan.gov/sos 

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Non- Emergency Police Service Request2 documents

  • Citizen Ride Along Program Participant Application
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    Request to have Police check on your property; while you are away.

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  • Citizen Guide: Golf Cart and UTV Registration
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