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Our job is to keep neighborhoods safe.
The Detroit Police Department and its 2,200 officers are responsible for policing Detroit’s 139 square miles. Through innovative crime fighting programs like Cease Fire, Project Green Light, and the new Real Time Crime Center, Detroit has seen sustained reductions in nearly every category of crime.
Information about Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request for Police Records Form
Information about Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Fee Itemization Form
Information about City of Detroit Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Guidelines
Statewide auto theft prevention program which coordinates citizen action with law enforcement agencies through a confidential toll-free tip line for reporting information on stolen vehicles, chop shops, and suspected auto theft activities including insurance fraud, identity theft and carjackings.
Consent decree dealing with use of force, arrest and witness detention
This service will allow our senior citizens to have their individual profiles stored in our 911 database and provide critical care information to the 911 call-takers in the event of an emergency situation. This should improve the call taking, dispatch and emergency response process.
The first public-private-community partnership of its kind, blending a mix of real-time crime-fighting and community policing aimed at improving neighborhood safety
List of the steps that it takes to get involved in the program.
Click here to see sample Memoranda of Understanding
Click to see a list of approved camera installers, cloud storage vendors, sign vendors, and green light vendors
See sample equipment and installation costs associated with cameras, signage and the green light
Information on how to report crimes.
2016 Crime Statistics
Abandoned vehicles create community problems. Street cleaning and snow removal become difficult tasks with abandoned vehicles in the way. Abandoned vehicles in yards are possible fire hazards. Abandoned vehicles project a negative image of our city. Together, we can give Detroit the necessary makeover to produce clean streets. If the vehicle is your own: move it, have it towed, or donate it. If the vehicle is not yours; REPORT it to your local police precinct.
How to report a stolen vehicle.
The CAPPA program is modeled upon practices proven to have worked in law enforcement departments nationwide by partnering mental health and community providers to better assist the homeless and people suffering with mental health. These jurisdictions have documented impressive, evidence based outcomes as a result of their partnership program that include:
How to apply for a job with the Detroit Police Department
Legal information regarding Detroit Police Department consent decrees
How to obtain or apply for Detroit Police Department records and reports.
Overview of the Neighborhood Police Officer (NPO) program
Gun Permits Information