In 2009, a significant increase in violent crimes was seen in the City of Port Huron and the County of St. Clair. The increase of violent crimes placed heavy burdens on the resources of local law enforcement agencies, including the Port Huron Police Department and the St. Clair County Sheriff Office. In January 2010, the Major Crimes Unit (MCU) was created to combat the violent crimes occurring in our communities. In 2013, the team was re-organized and re-named the Neighborhood Enforcement Team (NET) under the direction of the Director of Public Safety Michael Reaves.
The purpose of the Neighborhood Enforcement Team is the suppression and solution of violent, serious and serial crimes, while working together with the community and other law enforcement agencies throughout St. Clair County.
About the TeamThe Neighborhood Enforcement Team is comprised of a Sergeant, Detective, and two Officers from the Port Huron Police Department, an officer from the Marysville Police Department, a Trooper from the Michigan State Police, and two officers from US Customs and Border Patrol. The team is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and can respond at a moment’s notice to and investigate any of the following incidents:
- Home Invasions
- Gang Intelligence or Incidents
- Intelligence Gathering
- Conducting Surveillance
- Assisting any agencies with an investigation
About the Members
Team members are interviewed and selected for this highly coveted and voluntary position. Each member has to be highly motivated and dedicated to the team. Members receive specialized training in: surveillance techniques, crime scene and evidence investigation/collection, photography, interrogation skills, gang and narcotic investigations. Members receive their training at the local, state, and national levels. Neighborhood Enforcement Team members work well together and with agencies throughout St. Clair County and the State of Michigan. The team has a 100% conviction rate with investigations that are brought before and prosecuted by the St. Clair County Prosecutor’s Office.
Neighborhood Enforcement Team– Supervisor
Sergeant Chris Frazier 810-984-5383