Citizens Police Advisory Committee
Representatives from the public engage with the Chief on important topics effecting the community.
Citizens Police Academy
Citizen's Police Academy is a program designed to acquaint community residents who are not sworn police officers with the activities of the Farmington Hills Police Department.
The Night Watch program targets the business community and provides opportunities to advise business owners of any security deficiencies that leave them open to victimization.
Officers who work the evening and early morning hours (non-business hours) are encouraged to complete building checks during their shift. Officers will take immediate action if an emergency is found or will report non-emergency security issues to the Department’s Crime Prevention Section who will contact the business owner with the concern.
Farmington Hills / Farmington Coordinated Community Response Team
This group includes representatives from the Farmington Hills Police Department, City of Farmington Department of Public Safety, HAVEN, Call to Action Coalition, Mai Family Services, Oakland University, Jewish Family Services, Farmington Public Schools, Beaumont Hospital, State and City prosecutors, and the 47th District Court. Team members meet regularly to pursue their goal of preventing the tragedy of domestic violence by reaching out to people in crisis and making them aware of vital services that are available.
Farmington Hills Police Benevolent Association
The Farmington Hills Police Benevolent Association (FHPBA) was formed after the tragic off-duty deaths of two Farmington Hills officers. The FHPBA is a 501©3 charity dedicated to the unmet financial needs of police and fire personnel and their family members. Members also include the Farmington Hills Fire Department, Farmington Public Safety and the Franklin / Bingham Farms Police Department. Tax deductible donations may be sent to the FHPBA at P.O. Box 255, Farmington Hills, MI 48332.
Faith and Blue
Faith & Blue is based on the premise that strong communities are built through mutual respect and understanding. Law enforcement and faith institutions are key pillars of each community, and when they work together, neighborhoods thrive.
Gun Lock Giveaway
Firearm 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 City’s community policing philosophy, the Police Department will give a free gun lock to any adult Farmington Hills resident. Residents may obtain a lock at the Police Department’s Command Desk or at the 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.
Shop with a Hero
Officers shop with children during the holidays allowing them to purchase gifts for loved ones.
Trunk and Treat
Officers hand out candy during the Halloween seasons to members of the community in this fun filled event.
Members of the Farmington Hills Police Department and their family’s partner with S.A.F.E in a fun filled event bringing awareness to suicide prevention.
ALICE for Childcare/Preschools
Highly trained officers from the Farmington Hills Police Department offer free training to organizations wanting more information on how to handle the possibility of an active shooter.
What is Neighborhood Watch? A Neighborhood Watch program is a group of people living in the same area who want to make their neighborhood safer by working together and in conjunction with local law enforcement to reduce crime and improve their quality of life. The Chief of Police holds two City Wide neighborhood watch meetings at year, please contact the Crime Prevention Section for more information, 248-871-2750
Annual event allowing citizens to tour the station and experience several areas of the Farmington Hills Police Department as well as other departments throughout the city who provide services to it’s citizens.
The Farmington Hills Police department partners with FAN (Family’s Against Narcotics) offering free training in the use of Narcan.
Blue, Red and You
The Farmington Hills Police Department offered a class for young women to experience and gain information on a career in Law Enforcement.