Farmington Hills Police Department Reminds Residents About Fireworks OrdinanceAn individual that violates the ordinance may be issued a municipal civil infraction, which is punishable by a civil fine of $1,000 for each violation.
‘We Kept Very Busy’: Eastpointe Police, Fire Release February Department StatsThe Eastpointe Police and Fire Department released stats for the month of February.
Troy PD: Call From Police Demanding Money, Gift Cards Is A ScamThe Troy Police Department is warning the community about a phone scam.
Police: Suspect Wanted In Connection With Larceny On City's East SideThe Detroit Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying and locating a suspect wanted in connection to a larceny.
A Police Department Paints A Patrol Car Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness MonthAs Breast Cancer Awareness Month begins on Oct. 1, a police department showed its support by painting a new patrol car bright pink -- the official color of breast cancer awareness.
Royal Oak's Citizen's Police Academy Coming UpThe Royal Oak Police Department is accepting applications for the 2019 Citizens Police Academy.
In Wake Of Infant Shooting, Inkster Mayor Seeks Assistance From County SheriffHampton, a retired Wayne County Sheriff's deputy, said that the move would emulate what has already been done in cities like Pontiac and Mount Clemens.
Judge Won't Stop Pay Cuts For Detroit PoliceAn appeal is planned as Wayne County judge refuses to step in and stop pay cuts for Detroit police officers who began working 12-hour shifts this week.
Communities, Police Promote Safety During 'National Night Out'Across Metro Detroit and the country, communities are banding together in the 29th Annual "National Night Out" -- an evening promoting public safety and relationships between police departments and the communities they serve.
Ann Arbor Launches Online Incident ReportingThe Ann Arbor Police Department announced Monday that it has launched an online citizen reporting system that enables citizens to report minor crimes online.
Harper Woods Considers Merging Police, Fire Dept. Voters in Harper Woods will be deciding a big issue this coming week: whether or not to merge the city's fire and police departments.
Detroit Names New Police Chief
Clarkston PD Eliminated