Delhi Township

In 1990, The Ingham County Sheriff’s Office entered into a contractual agreement to provide police services to Delhi Charter Township which continues to this day.  Those police services are provided to 26,000 residents in an area roughly 29 square miles which lies just south of the city of Lansing. Much of the township’s population resides in medium density single family dwellings; however there are areas that range from high density multiple family dwellings to rural farmlands. There are roughly 450 businesses located within Delhi Township.

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The staffing of the Delhi Township Division consists of one Lieutenant in charge of day-to-day operations of the Unit; two Sergeants assigned to road patrol duties; two Detectives assigned to the Criminal Investigation Section; ten Deputies assigned to general patrol duties; one Deputy assigned to the Tri-County Metro Narcotics Squad; one Deputy assigned as a Community Policing Officer; one Deputy assigned as a Community Business Officer; one Deputy assigned as a School Resources Officer; one full time Clerical; one part time Clerical.

Community Policing has always played a major role in the Delhi Township/Holt community. In 2018, Sheriff Scott Wriggelsworth continued this tradition with his “Safer Schools” initiative, which places Delhi Deputies into all of the Holt Schools during random and unannounced visits in order to create an additional layer of safety in the buildings as well as building positive community policing relationships with the students, staff and the families of the Holt Schools.


The ICSO Delhi Township Station is located on the west side of Cedar Street just north of Holt Road. 
2045 N. Cedar St, Holt, MI 48842
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The front office is open to serve the residents of Delhi from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday through Friday.
The Delhi Station can be directly reached at