Warren Crime Commission - Stay Safe!

Welcome to the Warren Crime Commission Web Site

The June 6, 2018 Crime Commission meeting will be held at t.he Crime Commission office  at 5959 Beebe Street.
The Warren Crime Commission is sad to report the passing of a beloved long term Crime Commissioner. Doug Bowden, Crime Commissioner of the year in 1999 and 2010 has left us.  The Crime Commission would like to acknowledge the 30+ years of service that Doug gave to the commission, before retiring in 2011.  He passed on April 11, 2018.  Doug and his lovely wife Ruby were married for 63  years,  he is the Father of four, and the Grandfather of 6 and Great Grandfather of 5.   
God Bless Doug and his family, he will be missed!

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The Purpose and Function of the City of Warren Crime Commission shall be to Study the Crime situation in the City, to make recommendations for its prevention, elimination and to develop Citizens Cooperation in Law Enforcement.

Warren Crime Commission is a non-paid 12-person body of citizen volunteers appointed by the mayor.

The Warren Crime Commission originated in 1968 when it was created by a city ordinance. The original Crime Commission was established under the leadership of Judge Walter P. Cynar. His purpose and vision have been carried on by numerous hard-working volunteers during the past 40 years.

The Warren Crime Commission meets at 6 p.m. on the first Wednesday of every month at their offices located at 5959 Beebe Street, one block east of Mound. Beebe is the first street north of 13 Mile Road. The meetings are open to the public. Map of 5959 Beebe Ave

The commission is charged with responsibility for studying crime within Warren, making recommendations for improvements to the mayor. They also conduct crime prevention seminars and a forum for the discussion of crime. The crime commission works closely with the police department and the city council.