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Community Policing Programs and Services

Police Officer smiling at mother with two children holding American flag.Community Policing is a philosophy of policing intended to reduce crime and the fear of crime.  It improves the quality of life by encouraging a partnership between the police and the citizens of a community to develop a cohesive effort to solve problems creatively.  Community policing strives to involve citizens for their input, information and assistance, leading to greater understanding and cooperation.

The Farmington Hills Police Department has been involved in community policing for over 20 years.

 

 

Volunteer Program

This program places citizens in volunteer clerical positions throughout the department. Volunteers donate their time to perform routine office functions which do not require sworn personnel. For information on how you can volunteer, contact CPT Nancy Summers at (248) 871-2754.

Handicap Parking Enforcement

Two men verifying proper tags on vehicleVolunteers are trained, provided with uniforms and vehicles, and given authorization to patrol the community to enforce handicap parking ordinances.  Volunteers also ensure that commercial properties are in compliance with handicap parking signage. For information on how you can volunteer, contact the Traffic Safety Section at (248) 871-2730.

 

Night Watch

Logo - Night WatchPatrol officers on the night shift leave "watch cards" at businesses they check during their shifts.  The cards point out security problems and let the business owner know that the police are monitoring their property.

 

Operation Identification

Using electric engravers, which are available at the police station at no charge, citizens are encouraged to engrave their name and telephone number on valuables. Do not engrave valuables with driverís license or social security numbers.  This identification can be used to locate the owner and help in returning stolen property.  Window stickers are provided to participating citizens indicating that items on the premises have been marked.  For further information, contact the Crime Prevention Section at (248) 871-2754.

 

Farmington Hills Police Benevolent Association

Logo Farmington Hills Police Benevolent AssociationThe Farmington Hills Police Benevolent Association was formed after the tragic deaths of two active-duty Farmington Hills police officers. Its original purpose was to address the unmet needs of the families of these officers. The scope of that mission has grown to include city employees from Farmington Hills, Farmington, and the Village of Franklin, as well as donating to the underprivileged and distressed in the community.

 

Hunter Safety

Volunteer department officers conduct an annual hunter safety course for area youth to ensure their hunting experience is both safe and enjoyable.  This is the stateís Department of Natural Resources Hunter Safety course and is required for individuals born after January 1, 1960 who wish to obtain their first hunting license. For more information, contact Ofc. Mark Kelley at (248) 871-2630.

Gun Lock Giveaway 

Gun lockFirearm safety and security is an issue of great concern to everyone, and unsecured firearms in the home present the potential for tragedy. In keeping with the Cityís community policing philosophy, the Police Department will give a free trigger or cable type gun lock to any adult Farmington Hills resident who asks for one. The program is limited to one lock per household. Residents may obtain a lock at the Police Departmentís Records Section between 8:30 AM and 4:30 PM Monday through Friday. The department encourages all gun owners to properly secure their firearms and store them in areas which are not accessible to children.



 

     
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