Flat Rock Police Department

  • Agency: Flat Rock Police Department
  • Address: 25500 Gibraltar Rd., Flat Rock, 48134 MI
  • Chief: Neal A Rossow (Chief of Police)

Flat Rock Police Department is located at 25500 Gibraltar Rd., Flat Rock, 48134 MI. The Chief of Police of the department is Neal A Rossow. The Flat Rock Police Department phone number is (734) 782-2496.

Flat Rock Police Department News

Hey Flat Rock!! Just want to give a great big shout out to all the people who have decorated for Halloween. Nobody does spooky and scary like Flat Rock! Great job! We also want to let you know we will be out in full force, as usual, on Halloween night in our fully marked patrol vehicles with emergency lights activated so we will be easy to see. We will also have an unmarked white Mazda out in the neighborhoods. This vehicle will have emergency lights activated and will be occupied by the Chief and Deputy Chief. As a reminder, Halloween trick or treating hours are from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. We look forward to another safe and fun Halloween night. Can't wait to see all the cool costumes and decorations in full gear!

Hey Flat Rock! Please help us in welcoming our two newest members, Deputy Chief Nicole Ford and Officer Jasper Mercure. We are happy to add a seasoned command officer and administrator in Deputy Chief Ford and a young man with roots that run deep in public service and the downriver area in Officer Mercure. Please enjoy some pictures of the swearing in of Flat Rock PD’s newest as well as their introductions at our last City Council Meeting. Have a great Tuesday everyone!!!

Happy Friday Flat Rock! As we see all the awesome decorations going up for Halloween, and the fall season, we know some of those decorations can somehow grow legs and wander off. When this happens, please call us and let us know. We use this information to direct our efforts where they can be most useful to our community. Even if you didn't see anything, just knowing what was taken, and when it was taken, can help us to stop it from happening again. Thanks Everyone, and GO RAMS!!!!

Goooood Morning Flat Rock!!! Where has the summer gone?! There's still one big family oriented party to go to before the cold weather comes. Don't miss the Flat Rock Riverfest this weekend, September 15-17. There is a ton of stuff to do for the whole family. Check out the flyer we've posted as well as the Riverfest FB page for details. Hope to see you there!!!

We have received a post regarding an alleged human trafficking incident that took place at Huroc Park. We received no calls on this incident and no formal complaint has been filed. We are investigating further to determine if the post is credible and needs further investigation. As a reminder, if you see anything that you suspect may be linked to any criminal activity, PLEASE call the police department at 734-782-2496. If you believe the situation is serious call 9-1-1. We love seeing your posts and we love hearing from you on FB but if you don't call us when you see something we can't respond immediately. Thanks everyone!!!

HEY FLAT ROCK! As you make plans for what we hope is an AWESOME 2017 4th of July Independence Day celebration, please keep in mind discharge of fireworks are allowed Monday July 3rd, Tuesday July 4th, and Wednesday July 5th only. Ordinance also prohibits discharge of fireworks between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. on those days and prohibits discharge of fireworks at any time if you are under the influence of alcohol or controlled substances. The National Council on Fireworks Safety also recommends the following safety tips when using fireworks: • Know your fireworks; read the cautionary labels and performance descriptions before igniting. • A responsible adult SHOULD supervise ALL firework activities. NEVER give fireworks to children. • Alcohol and fireworks do not mix. Save your alcohol for after the show. • Wear safety glasses when shooting fireworks. • Light one firework at a time and then quickly move away. • Use fireworks OUTDOORS in a clear area; away from buildings and vehicles. • Never relight a “dud” firework. Wait 20 minutes and then soak it in a bucket of water. • Always have a bucket of water and charged water hose nearby. • Never carry fireworks in your POCKET or shoot them into METAL or GLASS containers. • Do not experiment with homemade fireworks. • Dispose of spent fireworks by wetting them down and place in a metal trash can away from any building or combustible materials until the next day. HAVE FUN EVERYONE, BE RESPONSIBLE AND BE SAFE!!! HAPPY BIRTHDAY AMERICA!!!

Hey Flat Rock!!! Only three more days until the 2017 Summer Blast!!! There will be fireworks on Friday night, a car show on Saturday along with a 5k run/walk, free concerts all weekend, Shell Camino Monster truck shows/rides, arts and crafts, and much, much more. For more information go to flatrockriverfest.com and click on Summer Blast 2017. Hope to see you this weekend!!!!

Hey Flat Rock!!! Sorry for being a little late with this post but we wanted to celebrate one of our officers completing his probationary period and introduce you to our five (5), that's right FIVE, newest officers. At Monday's City Council Meeting Officer Danny Prokes was recognized by Chief Leacher for completing his probationary period with the department. Officer Prokes is also one of the department's newest F.T.O.'s (Field Training Officer) and will be part of a cadre of F.T.O.'s training our five newest officers who were also in attendance at the City Council Meeting. Please say hello to Officers Brandon Moss, Noah Smykowski, Shane Stanton, Scott Beggs, and Zachary Schlarb. Each officer had a family member pin on their badge and Chief Leacher had them all recite the police officer's Oath of Honor. Enjoy the pictures of a very proud and happy time for us here at the police department. And as always, Thanks for the support Flat Rock!!!

HEY FLAT ROCK!!! We want to give a big shout out to the Flat Rock Police Officers Association and the Flat Rock Command Officers Association for their donation to the Michigan Chapter of PRF (Progeria Research Foundation). They presented a check in the amount of $1,000 to Lindsay Ratcliffe, on behalf of the Michigan Chapter. Chief Leacher, Sgt. Page, and one of our newest officers, Officer Schlarb are seen with Lindsay in the pictures below. Flat Rock loves you Lindsay and we can't wait to support you tomorrow at the 12th Annual Miles For Miracles Event!!! Come on out and join us!!! Details are as follows: Location: FOUNTAIN PARK (behind the Flat Rock Library) Registration: Begins at 9:00 a.m. Registration Fee: $20 There will be a two mile walk and a three mile fun run. Start times are 10:30 for the walk with the run to follow shortly after. There will also be a DJ, a huge bake sale, tons of silent auction and raffle opportunities, and a great family atmosphere. If you can't make it and want to donate, please go to https://www.firstgiving.com/.../12th-annual-miles-for-miracles WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU TOMORROW!!!!

HEY FLAT ROCK! Say hello to our newest officers! In between Lt. Murphy and Sgt. Page from left to right are: Scott Beggs, Zachary Schlarb, Shane Stanton, Brandon Moss, and Noah Smykowski. WELCOME ABOARD OFFICERS!!!

Good Morning Flat Rock! In case you didn't see the news yesterday, there was a reported attempt abduction of a 12 year old in Gibralter. The suspect vehicle is a black F-150 Ford single cab pick up truck with a black cap. The suspect is described only as a white male in his 30's. We will be increasing our patrols in and around the schools and also at outdoor youth sporting events. In the meantime, if you see anything that looks suspicious, please call and let us know. Thanks everyone!!! Be safe!

Hey Flat Rock!!! If you have any expired, unwanted, or unused prescription medication, please safely discard them on April 29th at the National Prescription Drug Take Back Event. The SUDDs Coalition will be hosting the event from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at the Guidance Center. It is important to properly discard any unused & expired prescriptions because of the potential risk they can pose to youth and the environment. Help take an unnecessary risk out of the community by safely discarding your unused prescription medications on April 29th. For more information visit www.dea.gov or contact the SUDDs Coalition at 734-785-7705 ext. 7869.

Happy Monday Flat Rock!!! We'd like to give a big shout out to everyone that helped us put on our Second Annual Hometown Heroes Awards Ceremony yesterday!!! Our sponsors included big and small business, community organizations and individuals. No matter what your contribution, know we couldn't have done it without ALL of you!!! Mayor Jonathan Dropiewski was on hand to give some opening remarks and heartfelt thanks for the great job the police and fire departments have done over the last year (2016). Congresswoman Debbie Dingell gave the keynote address which was filled with appreciation and encouragement for all who work in public service. Congresswoman Dingell has always been a friend to Flat Rock and a friend to public safety. We thank both the Mayor, and Congresswoman Dingell for their support, as do our families! Also on hand were Councilman Ken Wrobel, and Councilman Wally Little, who, along with the rest of our City Council, provide tremendous support for public safety in Flat Rock. Our ceremony recognized outstanding work done by our police and fire department personnel in 2016. Below are some pictures of the event. We hope you enjoy them. We truly appreciate your support Flat Rock!!! THANK YOU!!!!

Hey Flat Rock!!!! Please come support this most worthwhile event!!!

YAY!!! POWER IS ON!!! This means we will not be keeping the Community Center open and we can all sleep safe and warm in our own beds tonight. Stay safe and WARM Flat Rock!!!

HEY FLAT ROCK!!! IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT!!! The Flat Rock Community Center is open as a warming facility for Flat Rock residents until power is restored to the area. We apologize for not being able to accommodate any pets. Also, please make sure you are checking on your neighbors who do not have power, especially the elderly. It's going to get cold tonight and we want to make sure we are taking care of each other. If you know someone who needs assistance, please give us a call and we will see what we can do to help. Our non-emergency phone number is 734-782-2496. Stay safe and warm everyone!!!!

Hey Flat Rock!!! If you're not doing anything on Sunday, come on over to the the Blue Heron Trading company and "Party with a Purpose" to help raise money to fund our Flat Rock Police K-9 unit. Starting and paying for a police K-9 is a costly endeavor and Blue Heron has graciously taken us on as a project for their community outreach! Officer, now Sergeant, Page and Rocco were an awesome community team and everyone loved Rocco. We are looking forward to creating that environment and bond with another K-9 but we could use your help. As you can see by the flyer, this will be a fun cooking demo with some good food to sample. There are only a few seats left so if you're interested, please try to register today!!! If you can't make the event, Blue Heron will gladly take any donations and will have a donation box available. Thanks for your support Flat Rock!!!

Good Morning Flat Rock!!! Below is the latest from MDOT on the construction work on Gibralter Road. If you have any questions MDOT has provided a hotline to get your questions answered. That number is 313-407-0705. Gibraltar Road - Ramp and Lane Closure Starting on Monday February 6, 2017 there will be a single lane closure on both eastbound & westbound Gibraltar over I-75. This lane closure will last approximately 3 weeks. The Gibraltar deck will be receiving concrete patching and an epoxy overlay. Starting on Friday February 10, 2017 the ramp from eastbound Gibraltar to northbound I-75 will close at 8:00 pm and reopen by Monday morning at 5:00 am. This closure is needed to install mesh panels on northbound I-75. I-75 Under Gibraltar – Lane Closures Starting on Monday February 6, 2017 there will be shoulder closures on both bounds of I-75. The shoulder closures will start in the median of I-75 and move to the outside shoulders afterward. These shoulder closures will last until February 25, 2017. For two weekends there will be single and double lane closures on I-75 to install mesh panels on the underside of Gibraltar. The first weekend will be on northbound and the second will be on southbound. Single lane closures will be allowed during the day while double lane closures will be allowed at night. The dates and times are as follows: • Friday February 10, 8:00 pm – 5:00 am Saturday, double lane closure • Saturday February 11, 5:00 am – 8:00 pm, single lane closure • Saturday February 11, 8:00 pm – 5:00 am Sunday, double lane closure • Sunday February 12, 5:00 am – 5:00 am Monday, single lane closure • Friday February 17, 8:00 pm – 5:00 am Saturday, double lane closure • Saturday February 18, 5:00 am – 8:00 pm, Single lane closure • Saturday February 18, 8:00 pm – 5:00 am Sunday, double lane closure • Sunday February 19, 5:00 am – 5:00 am Monday, single lane closure