Michigan Leadership for MAGLOCLEN

In addition to federal monitoring, MAGLOCLEN is governed by a policy board composed of one state and one local representative from each member state. In Michigan, these leadership positions are held by the following MAGLOCLEN members:

Chief James S. Baird
Ann Arbor Police Department
301 East Huron Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
(734) 794-6910

Captain Dave Kelly
Michigan State Police
333 South Grand Avenue
Post Office Box 30634
Lansing, MI 48909
(517) 241-1662

Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office
Armed Robbery

A MAGLOCLEN enhancement of audio/video evidence involving an armed robbery was utilized by the Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office at the preliminary hearing of a suspect. The hearing resulted in the suspect being charged with assault with the intent to murder, assault with a dangerous weapon, felony firearms violations, and narcotics offenses. The suspect is being held in the county jail, awaiting a trial date.

Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office

“The provided exhibits look great and very fast turnaround time. Defendant found guilty of second-degree murder. The jury found the exhibits to be very useful and helpful.”

In FY2017—

89 Full Access Member Agencies
52 Limited Access Member Agencies
13,082 Sworn Personnel Served
2,105 Officers and Personnel Trained
210 Requests for Criminal Investigative Research
Assistance Involving 691 Inquiries
More Than 350 Intelligence Database Inquiries
With 71 Intelligence Database Submissions
4 Audio/Video Enhancements
3 Equipment Requests Involving the Loan of
5 Items of Investigative Equipment
7 Analytical Requests Totaling
50 Products Delivered

The Regional Information Sharing Systems (RISS) mission is to assist local, state, federal, and tribal criminal justice agencies by providing adaptive solutions and services that facilitate information sharing, support criminal investigations, and promote officer safety.

The Middle AtlanticGreat Lakes Organized Crime Law Enforcement Network (MAGLOCLEN), one of the six RISS Centers, began providing services to its regional member agencies in 1981. MAGLOCLEN’s region consists of:

• Delaware
• District of Columbia
• Indiana
• Maryland
• Michigan
• New Jersey
• New York
• Ohio
• Pennsylvania

Since 1981, the number of criminal justice agencies benefiting from MAGLOCLEN services has grown to more than 1,600 agencies.


Livingston County Sheriff’s Department

MAGLOCLEN Global Positioning System (GPS) equipment was utilized by the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department in a narcotics investigation. The GPS was utilized to track, record, and aid investigators in securing a search warrant on the suspect’s property. The investigation resulted in the arrest of one individual and the discovery of an unlawful marijuana grow operation. The suspect was charged with felony and misdemeanor drug charges. Seizures included 46.5 ounces of marijuana, valued at $18,600.

South Haven Police Department and Southwest Enforcement Team

MAGLOCLEN confidential funds provided to the South Haven Police Department assisted in a narcotics investigation involving the Southwest Enforcement Team, a multijurisdictional narcotics team composed of detectives from the Michigan State Police, the South Haven Police Department, the Berrien County Sheriff’s Office, and the Covert Township Police Department. The funds were used to complete undercover buys and further the investigation of a high-level drug dealer, who was operating in the Benton Harbor area. The investigation resulted in the arrest of the suspect, who was charged with multiple counts of delivery of crack cocaine. Seizures included 67.43 grams of crack cocaine, valued at $7,000, and 2.4 grams of heroin, valued at $500.