Hastings Police Department

The Hastings Police Department is the law enforcement division of the City of Hastings. The police department is responsible for the enforcement of Federal, State, and Local laws. HPD serves and protects all persons and property within the City. We pride ourselves on community-oriented and highly professional policing.

How do I Pay a Parking Ticket?

Click on the link in the Helpful Links box on the right side of this page.

  • Select “Parking Tickets and Citations” under Payment Type
  • You MUST add ticket/citation or vehicle plate number!
  • Parking tickets are now a minimum of $15.00

Prescription Drug and Opioid Crisis

The nation’s drug overdose epidemic continues to change and become worse. One prevailing theme is the fact that the epidemic now is driven by illicit fentanyl, fentanyl analogs, methamphetamine, and cocaine, often in combination or in adulterated forms. –  American Medical Association (February 15, 2022)

If you know someone struggling with substance addiction, see the links listed at the bottom right of this page.

Lost and Found Property

Found items (such as keys, wallets, cell phones, bikes, etc.) can be turned into the Hastings Police Department. If you have lost property, check the Lost & Found Board in our reception area. Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM. Our front desk number is (269) 945-5744. For more information, use the Barry County Substance Abuse Task Force link in the Helpful Links box on the right hand side of this page.

Emergency Business Contact Forms

The Hastings Police Department maintains emergency contact information for all businesses operating in the City. These forms are vital in the event of an emergency after business hours. If you are a new or current business owner, please update your contact information using the fillable form in the Documents box on the right and fax or return to HPD. Our fax number is (269) 945-4358.

Free Parking Locations

The City of Hastings offers several free parking areas. The free lots are designated by flags labeled Parking Lot 1-8, along with signs regarding hour limits (Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 are all day parking). The parking map can be found at the following link:: Free Municipal Parking Map

Medicine Drop Off Box

Did you know the Hastings Police Department will take your unwanted/expired medications? These items must be safely and properly disposed of, so let us do it for you.

  • Leave all medications in the container
  • Black out your personal info
  • Drop in designated secure lock box

Drop Off Location: 201 E State St, Hastings, MI 49058 – 2nd Floor

Drop Off Hours: Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM

Clerical Service

Our police secretaries perform several tasks and services throughout the day. They handle over-the-phone and in-person citizen inquiries, sex offender registrations, process payments, log civil and criminal offenses and convert them into stats for City Council reports. Citizens may also contact our secretaries for the following services:

  • Pay parking tickets
  • Request reports through FOIA
  • Notarize documents
  • Register handguns (City residents only)
  • Obtain handgun purchase permits 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
  • SOR verifications 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
  • We do not process CPL applications
  • We do not perform fingerprinting

CPL Applications

Barry County Clerk’s Office

220 W State St

(269) 945-1285

Live Scan Fingerprints

Barry County Sheriff’s Office

1212 W State St

(269) 948-4805

Obtain Police Reports

The Hastings Police Department is a 24/7 service department and currently operates on 12-hour shifts. Our department is the primary investigative agency of all criminal activity, reported or observed suspicious situations, and other calls for service. Barry County Central Dispatch, along with our office, receives these calls and initiates officer response. We work in conjunction with other agencies, such as the Michigan State Police and the Barry County Sheriff’s Department. Our officers also routinely patrol the City in patrol vehicles and on foot.

Each time an officer responds to a call for service or observes an incident, a report number is generated. Officers are responsible for completing initial reports, performing any necessary follow up investigation, and submitting requests for criminal charges to the Barry County Prosecutor’s Office. Requests for ordinance charges are sent to the City Attorney’s Office. If charges are authorized and a court process is initiated, our officers are responsible for testifying when subpoenaed to correlating trials or hearings. All reports are retained in-house. Incident reports can be obtained through the link in the documents box on the right hand side of this page.

Obtain Crash Reports

The Hastings Police Department also investigates all traffic crashes and violations. These investigations may result in civil or criminal charges. All civil infraction citations are forwarded to the District Court. Mandatory crash reporting is completed within 3 business days and forwarded to Lansing. Crash reports can be obtained through the crash report link in the documents box on the right hand side of this page.

Community Events

The Hastings Police Department manages safety logistics for several community events throughout the year. Our number one priority is to maintain the safety of all citizens and visitors who partake. Next, is continuing to build long-standing partnerships and trust between citizens and officers. Here are just a few of the events we have proudly participated in and hope to continue:

  • Barry-Roubaix Bike Race
  • Very Barry Family Event
  • National Night Out
  • Summerfest
  • Teachers vs. Cops Basketball Game
  • Seasonal parades and 5K’s
  • Shop with a Cop


Offices: M-F | 9am – 4pm

Police: M-F | 8am – 5pm