Melvindale Police Department

  • Agency: Melvindale Police Department
  • Address: 3100 Oakwood Boulevard, Melvindale, 48122 MI
  • Chief: Rick Cadez (Chief of Police)
Phone: 313-429-1070
Fax: 313-382-6038

Melvindale Police Department is located at 3100 Oakwood Boulevard, Melvindale, 48122 MI. The Chief of Police of the department is Rick Cadez. The Melvindale Police Department phone number is 313-429-1070.

Melvindale Police Department News

DTE has been notified of the power outage and they are sending out a crew to fix the problem.

Happy Halloween! Please make sure to take extra time driving around tonight, as our little one's do not always take extra time when they are excited about getting to their next candy destination. Be safe and happy trick or treating!

Come out and enjoy some candy and decorated patrol cars! Corporal Hinojosa will proudly be representing our city and department. The patrol and supervisor unions donated the candy for the event and we appreciate their support!

ATTENTION RESIDENTS: We will be testing our emergency siren this Saturday at 1PM for a very short time. So, if you hear it, it is only a test.

Save the Date: December 2nd 2017 The annual Melvindale Police Shop with a Cop Fundraiser at the Melvindale White Rhino. This year's entertainment will be Elvis, performed by Kelly. Kelly will be performing songs by ELVIS and Rock Harley will be performing as JOHNNY CASH!!! More details to come!!! Hope to see you there!!!

Classes have been cancelled today for Melvindale high school due to a small gas leak. All students have been released. DTE, police, and the fire department are on scene. We have been informed everything is under control and there is no threat to the public.

CERT car show

Update: missing girl was found

Good morning Melvindale! Well, none of us Michiganders won the powerball last night; however, one lucky person, possibly a Melvindale resident, bought a wining ticket, worth a million dollars from the Melvindale Liquor Market (17973 Allen Rd)! Check your tickets and congratulation to the Melvindale Liquor Market for selling a winning ticket.

Melvindale: As community partners, we ask that you report any suspicious activity. Simply call 313 429-1070 and select the dispatch prompt. Of course, dial 911 if it is an emergency! We are only as strong as our citizenry and appreciate your assistance and support towards your/our community!

Thank you AP/Melvindale CERT for your help with our street fair and 5k run. Your dedication to our two communities is greatly appreciated!

The City will be contracting out dispatch and jail services with the City of Dearborn. This transition will more than likely take place around the end of August and we, the police department, wanted to make you aware of a couple things. *Dearborn has been dispatching fire/ems services for years and will now add the police department to their dispatching duties. *Our phone number will not change; however, when you select the dispatch prompt, your call will be answered by a Dearborn dispatcher. *Melvindale police officers will still be the ones responding to police calls. *Our lobby will be closed on holidays and weekends and will have the following hours: Monday-Friday, 08:30-4:30 p.m., like City Hall. Like City Hall, the station lobby will also be closed for lunch between the hours of 12:00-1:00 p.m. *Because of this change, there is a call box outside of the entrance to City Hall/Police. When the lobby is closed and police, fire, or medical services are needed, press the button and a Dearborn Dispatcher will answer. There is a picture of this call box within this posting. *All of our prisoners will be housed at the Dearborn Police Department. *This change will allow the supervisor, who used to work the desk area to be out on the road supervising his/her personnel and will be more efficient.

Touch a Truck! Special thanks to our community partners: Dearborn Fire, Goch and Son's Towing, Downriver SWAT, and DTE Energy! Thank you Susan Louvet, Melvindale DDA Director, for making this happen!