Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office
Zeeland Charter Township
Sgt. Derek Gerencer, Supervisor
To preserve public order, support the constitution of the State of Michigan and enforce all laws and ordinances of our state, county, and township while protecting the lives, property, and rights of all people in a professional and courteous manner.
Deputies Assigned to Zeeland Charter Township
- Deputy Ryan Huizenga, Community Policing
- Deputy Bruce Veeneman, School Resources/Community Policing
- Deputy Robert Jewell, Traffic Services
In addition to those members of the Sheriff’s Office that routinely patrol and serve the greater Zeeland Township area, Zeeland Township has enhanced their policing efforts through the contracting of additional law enforcement services with the Sheriff’s Office. This partnership through contracting has existed since 1997 in the form of adding community policing initiatives in the township. In addition, the formation of a special partnership that involved Zeeland Township, Zeeland Area Public Schools and Ottawa County that supports the School Resource Deputy position at Zeeland Public Schools has significant involvement in the township during non-committed school hours. Zeeland Township is also involved in a traffic safety partnership with the Townships of Holland, Blendon, and Robinson where a Traffic Services Deputy has a focus on traffic related concerns in the township.
Home Security Checks
Zeeland Charter Township, through its community police officer, provides free vacation security checks to its citizens who will be away from their homes, businesses, or other facilities for a period of time. Deputies will periodically check the exterior of the premises. This service is offered to deter potential burglars and provides additional security while your premise is unoccupied. Sign up at Sheriff’s Office Home Security Check.
Business Emergency Notification FormProvide your business contact information on the Township's Business Emergency Notification Form. After completing the form, go to File > Save & Send > Send Using E-mail > Send as Attachment >. Send to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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