Livonia Police Department

  • Agency: Livonia Police Department
  • Address: 15050 Farmington Rd, Livonia, 48154 MI
  • Chief: Curt Caid (Chief of Police)
Phone: 734-466-2400

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

Thank you Alpha USA! Alpha USA stopped by the Police Department and provided an excellent meal for all our officers and staff. Their generosity and support is much appreciated.

The Livonia Police Department is investigating a suspicious incident involving a man near W. Chicago and Harrison approaching two 9 year old boys. He is described as a w/m 50-60’s driving an early 2000 black Ford focus with discolored rear passenger door. If you see the individual or vehicle please contact the Livonia Police Department at 734-466-2470 reference case #18-29119. You may remain anonymous.

On Thursday June 7, 2018 Police Officer Joshua Kohler was honored by Mothers Against Drunk Driving of Michigan (MADD) in Mt. Pleasant. Officer Kohler was one of 59 local officers in the state to be nominated for MADD's Officer of the Year Award. In 2017 Officer Kohler led the Livonia Police Department with 22 impaired driving arrests. Congratulations to Officer Kohler for being nominated for this award.

Thank you for attending the 2018 Passport to Safety event this past Saturday. Despite the weather, we had a great turnout for the event. We look forward to seeing you next year. Here are some photos from Saturday.

The Livonia Police Department will be hosting its annual Passport to Safety Event on June 9th, 2018 from 10am-2pm. The 18th annual Passport to Safety is an event for children ages toddler up to 13 years to have fun while learning about how to stay safe and healthy. Kids will visit ten different stations including first aid, choking and poisons, fire safety, water safety and 911 training. The day also features McGruff the Crime Dog, Buckle Bear, K-9 and Jaws of Life demonstrations, food, raffle drawings, prizes, free bike helmets and live entertainment by Rock Out Fit Crew, who will be onstage with a great message about healthy eating, fitness and fun! No registration is necessary. For more information visit

Congratulations are in order. Livonia Police Officers Max Christe and Scott Morgan were chosen as Police Officers Association of Michigan (POAM) Policemen of the year. The officers were chosen for their quick response in arresting a homicide suspect from the city of Westland. Congratulations guys.

In honor of Memorial Day, the Livonia Police Department would like to take a moment to remember all of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in order to provide us with our freedoms. We will never forget! Have a safe holiday.

Those of you from my generation will remember Felix the Cat. Officer Koss responded to I-96 near Levan on a report of a kitten on the freeway. He encountered the caller on the right shoulder who pointed out a small black ball huddled down next to the concrete divider (left shoulder). As you can imagine, this required strategy. Officer Koss and another officer backed their patrol cars down the shoulder to position themselves, hoping for a positive outcome. The video tells the story. Felix, later named Libby, was taken to the Humane Society where she was treated for an upper respiratory infection and was nourished back to health. The photos show Officer Koss with his rescued kitten. Nice job Officer Koss!! Libby is available for adoption at the Michigan Humane Society. The phone number of the Humane Society is 734-721-7300. Chief Caid.

On April 27th, The Livonia Police Department reached out to our social media community to help identify the subject, who was a person of interest, in a theft from Madonna University. The individual was seen on camera taking a 4x6 Tapestry of the Last Supper from a Madonna building. Thanks to your tips, the individual has been identified. Thank you for your assistance and keep up the great work!

Last Friday, May 11th, we bid farewell to a great friend, leader and police officer, Lt. Greg Winn. Greg retired after serving Livonia for over 39 years. I wish Greg and his family great happiness in his well deserved retirement. I will miss his booming voice in the halls and his dry wit. With the retirement of Lt. Winn, I had the pleasure of promoting Sgt. Josh Gilbert to Lieutenant and Detective Mark Salter to Sergeant. Congratulations to each of them and their families! Chief Caid.

The ranks of Livonia PD grew by 10 today! On May 3rd, our newest police officers graduated from the Wayne County Regional Police Academy and today they began their orientation. The recruits were great representatives of our police department while in the 17 week academy. The recruits were leaders in their class and took top honors in many categories. Officer Mencotti was chosen as the class Captain by his peers. Pictured from top left are Officers: Mencotti, Michels, Glowacki, myself, Chisholm, Yon, Millis, Gerhardt, Mizzi, Stromberg and Mitchell. Great job and congratulations! Chief Caid

Our 4th Annual Police Memorial Ceremony on May 8th at Nehasil Park was beautiful. A great evening with great friends. Many thanks to Justice Kurtis Wilder of the Michigan Supreme Court. His keynote speech delivered a great message, reminding us to never forget the sacrifice made by our officers in the challenge to keep our communities safe. Our evening concluded in recognizing Lt. Greg Winn. Amongst his other responsibilities, he is the commanding officer of our Honor Guard. Under his leadership, LPD Honor Guard is the best of the best. An outstanding group of dedicated individuals. Lt. Winn is retiring Friday, May 11th after serving our community for over 39 years. Congratulation Lieutenant and thank you for your service. It's been MY honor to serve with you. Chief Caid --- See this link for the Livonia Observer Story

Tomorrow, Tuesday May 8th at 8 p.m. will be our annual Police Memorial Ceremony at Nehasil Park on Five Mile east of Farmington Road. Mother Nature promises a beautiful evening. If you've never attended before, this is a candlelight event with a limited number of commemorative glasses which hold the votive candle, so arrive a little early. We are honored to have Justice Kurtis Wilder of the Michigan Supreme Court as our guest speaker. There is no cost to attend. Please join us in reflection to show your support for our officers and to the families of those officers that we have lost. I hope to see you Tuesday evening. Chief Caid.

Please join us on May 8, 2018 at 8:00 p.m. as we hold our 4th Annual Police Memorial Ceremony at Nehasil Park located at 5 Mile and Shadyside (just west of City Hall). We will remember the 4 Livonia Police Officers who have lost their lives while serving our city. We will also honor the Michigan law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty in 2017. This is a great time to come together and remember those that are no longer with us and support the surviving family members.