Livonia Police Department

  • Agency: Livonia Police Department
  • Address: 15050 Farmington Rd, Livonia, 48154 MI
  • Chief: Curt Caid (Chief of Police)
Phone: 734-466-2400
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Livonia Police Department is located at 15050 Farmington Rd, Livonia, 48154 MI. The Chief of Police of the department is Curt Caid. The Livonia Police Department phone number is 734-466-2400.

Livonia Police Department News

What a great day! Throughout the day Friday, Feb 16th, I had the privilege of speaking to 6 groups of U.S. History students at Emerson Middle School. At one point, Mayor Wright joined me too! The students and staff were great. We discussed the Constitution of our great country, the Bill of Rights and the protections it provides our citizens. And, yes - we even discussed the tragedy in Florida. The students offered great questions and were completely engaged. They are the future. We are in good hands! Chief Caid.

Over the weekend, the Livonia Police Department took 26 accident reports luckily none involved life threatening injuries. During the snow emergency, 200 warnings were given and 43 citations were issued for parking violations. There were four cars towed due to snow plows not being able to move through the subdivisions. Citizens are reminded to remove parked cars from city streets during a snow emergency. Thank you to the Livonia Department of Public Works for all their hard work this weekend in maintaining our roadways. Hopefully the large snow storms are behind us. Have a safe week.

A snow emergency will be effect within the City of Livonia beginning at 3pm Friday February 9th. All parked vehicles must be removed from the roadway by 3pm today, under City ordinance. Vehicles not removed shall be subject to ticketing and/or towing. Please pass this information along to friends and family. If you are taking to the roads please be extra careful while driving. Have a safe day.

The Livonia Police Department is currently hiring Police Service Aides and Police Officers! Police Service Aides is a great segway in becoming a Police Officer. Our PSA’s work at the inside positions of the Police Department by taking police reports answering phone calls and working our jail. While working as a PSA, your education will be paid for by the City of Livonia. Qualified PSA’s will be sponsored to attend the Wayne County Regional Police Academy to become a Police Officer subject to the operating needs of the department. A qualified PSA will have all academy expenses paid and receive their salary while in the academy. You must take and pass the MCOLES physical agility test to prior to applying for the position. The next physical agility test will be offered at the Wayne County Regional Police Academy on February 11th. Please visit our website at www.Livoniapd.com for more details. If you know of someone who is interested in a career in Law Enforcement please share this with them.

The Livonia Police Department would like to send our sincere condolences to the friends, family and the Detroit Police Department for the loss of Officer Glenn Doss, Jr. We are heartbroken to hear of the tragic loss of one of our brothers. Please keep Officer Doss, his family and the entire Detroit Police Department in your thoughts and prayers. We stand together during this difficult time. E.O.W. January 28, 2018.

We would like to introduce to you our newest members of the Livonia Police Department. Pictured from left to right are PO Jared Allen, PO Travis Hill, PSA Jennafer Burgess, PSA Roger Khattar and PSA Levi Ellis. These individuals will be a great asset to our department and the community. Welcome and be safe!

The Livonia Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the female seen in this video. The female is a person of interest involved in a larceny of a purse from an elderly female on January 6th 2018. The theft occurred at the Salvation Army located at 33600 Plymouth road. The female then attempted to use the stolen credit cards at a CVS (Five Mile/Newburgh) and Walgreens (Eight Mile/Merriman). She is believed to have been involved in several other area thefts. If you know the identity of the female please contact Sgt. Mockeridge at 734-466-2324. You may remain anonymous.

This is a friendly reminder that the Livonia Police Departments Citizens Police Academy application deadline is Friday January 5, 2018. The Citizens Police Academy will commence on Wednesday February 21, 2018, and meet every Wednesday thru April 25, 2018. Classes will run from 6:00pm to 09:30pm at the Livonia Police Department. During the Academy, Police personnel will offer residents and business owners insight into how Police Officers perform their duties and how the Livonia Police Department serves our community. The purpose of this program is to allow attendees to become familiar with the Police Department through classroom instruction and practical experiences. It is the Police Department’s intent to share with participant’s public awareness about the police department and to increase police/community rapport through this educational process. You must be at least 21 years of age, live or work in the city of Livonia. Applications must be turned into the Livonia Police Department by 5:00pm Friday January 5, 2018. Please visit our Police Department website for an application and further information on the Academy. www.Livoniapd.com

Merry Christmas ! Happy Holidays and Wishing you and yours a Happy, Healthy 2018 !!

The Livonia Police Department is looking for the public’s assistance in identifying the two male suspects seen in this video. On 11/22/17, they entered a Livonia home where a woman was babysitting her grandchild. The suspects are alleged to have taken property from the house and assaulted the grandmother when she tried to call the police. Our investigators do not believe this was a random act due to the fact that the suspects were at first let into the home by an acquaintance of the family. The acquaintance was subsequently arrested and charged for her involvement in the incident. Our investigators believe the suspects may be from the Detroit or Warren area. If you have any information that may lead to the identification of these two suspects please contact Detective Salter at 734-466-2326 reference case #17-42274. You may remain anonymous.

On November 5th the Livonia Police Department responded to a report of an Unarmed Robbery in the area of Six Mile and Haggerty Road. The victim attempted to sell an I Phone 7 plus for $450 after advertising it for sale via a social media application. When the suspect arrived, the victim gave him the phone to inspect. The suspect shoved the victim and fled with the cell phone. Our investigation led to the identification of the suspect as Demarco Woods, age 20 of Canton Township. Livonia detectives obtained an arrest warrant for Woods charging him with one count of Unarmed Robbery. On December 2nd Woods was arrested without incident. Woods is scheduled to appear in the 16th District Court for a Preliminary Examination on December 21st. The Livonia Police Department reminds you to use caution when selling or buying items using the internet. Keep in mind that as a community service we allow the public to use our parking lot or lobby as an Internet Transaction Safety Zone to conduct these type of transactions.