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Wyandotte Youth Assistance Program
2015 Biddle Ave, Wyandotte, MI 48192
The Wyandotte Youth Assistance Program is a community-based program sponsored by the city of Wyandotte, WayneMore County Department of Child and Family Services and local contributions. It operates out of the Police Department. The juvenile diversion and crime prevention program is for youth ages 7 to 16. All services are free and open to Wyandotte residents. Services offered include one-to-one mentoring, life skills peer groups, counseling, parenting workshops/support, referrals for outside therapy/treatment, recreational activities, prison visits, court observation, field trips and tutoring.

The program is geared toward youths who are having problems such as truancy, drug or alcohol use, behavioral problems, family conflicts, difficult dealing with a grief or loss and trouble with law enforcement. 
Wyandotte Animal Pound
1170 Grove St, Wyandotte, MI 48192

Wyandotte Animal Pound is a division of the Wyandotte Police Department. It handles all animal issues throughoutMore the city. Friendly animals that are picked up and not claimed are spayed and neutered and put up for adoption at the pound.

The pound's hours of operation vary, as the animal control officer is often out on patrol. Adoptions can be arranged from 5:30pm to 7:30pm on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays, 10am - 2pm on Saturdays and 10am - 1pm on Sundays. Visit the website to view adoptable animals.

After-hour animal emergencies can be called in to the police department at 734-324-4405.

Wyandotte Police Department
2015 Biddle Ave, Wyandotte, MI 48192

The Wyandotte Police Department has been housed in several locations over the years. In 2008, it moved from itsMore longtime spot at the corner of Biddle and Ford to its new, spacious, state-of-the-art facility south of Ford. It shares the 17,000-square-feet glass-front building with the 27th District Court.

Besides dispensing justice and upholding the law, the department provides a number of other services, including fingerprinting, classes on carrying a concealed weapon and an Explorers program for those ages 14 to 20 who are interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement.

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