The Village of Romeo MI Police Jail is a very short-term lock-up used for temporary inmate holds. The security is heavy as the police department maintains their center of operation here, too. Call for new arrests at 586-752-3587. Inmates are not afforded similar privileges as a county or city jail. there is no commissary or mail. No phone calls as a service for the inmate. Any offender movements are escorted while handcuffed and shackled. If you land here, it'll be no more than a 72-hour stay. The next stop is the nearest county jail
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The Village of Romeo MI Police Jail is located at 121 West St. Clair
(Behind the Romeo Village Hall), call 586-752-3587 to find out about new arrests or outstanding warrants. This is a police jail for housing inmates immediately after their arrest. Local police departments are not built for long-term inmate holding, they are for very short-term stays because there are not enough cells. There are no visits, commissary or phone accounts available to the offenders.
If they are to remain incarcerated, it will be most likely to the Macomb County Sheriff's nearby facility.