Redford Township Police Department

  • Agency: Redford Township Police Department
  • Address: 25833 Elsinore, Redford, 48239 MI
  • Chief: John Buck (Chief of Police)
Phone: 313-387-2551
Fax: 313-387-2666
Email:

Redford Township Police Department is located at 25833 Elsinore, Redford, 48239 MI. The Chief of Police of the department is John Buck. The Redford Township Police Department phone number is 313-387-2551.

Redford Township Police Department News

Chief Pahl and Captain Kapelanski attended the graduation ceremony of the Wayne County Regional Police Academy at Schoolcraft College to congratulate recruit Jake Ditzhazy who received his diploma in a Redford Township Police Department uniform. Jake will join RTPD, and his brother, Officer Tom Ditzhazy, this Monday morning! Congratulations Jake and welcome to the RTPD family!

On this past Tuesday morning (11/07/2017) at approximately 5:00 am a resident in the 15500 block of MacArthur notified police that a subject walking down the street had tried to open the door of his car that was parked on the street. On seeing that the caller was actually seated inside of the vehicle, the suspect fled on foot. Responding officers from the Delta Platoon checked the area and found several vehicles that had doors opened. Officers continued checking the area and located two suspects at Beech Daly and Midland that matched the description given by the caller. The suspects stated they were waiting for a Lyft driver to pick them up. On investigating at the scene the officers found the suspects in possession of property from vehicles the officers had found with open doors. The suspects were arrested, one being an adult and one a juvenile. Property recovered included 3 wallets with ID, Social Security cards, financial transaction cards, several phones, cash and loose change, binoculars and an iPOD, as well as a loaded pistol magazine and multiple other items. All of the vehicles that had been gone through were unlocked. The case was submitted to the Wayne County Prosecutors Office and a warrant was returned with 10 felony counts for the adult. This afternoon Aric Lamont Morris, a 25 year old resident of Lathrup Village was arraigned on the charges. A Not Guilty Plea was entered and the bond was set at $50,000/10%. The juvenile in the case will be handled through the Wayne County Probate Court.

Thank you to everyone who came out to the Community Expo today! What a fantastic group of people who really care about Redford Township! Reach out to any of these organizations to become active in your community!

Come join us at the Expo today until 6pm at the VFW!! FREE event! Come see all that Redford has to offer!

See everyone today between 3p-6p at the VFW! Don't let the rain keep away!

Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions on Halloween: There is no official time set by ordinance for Trick or Treating in Redford. There is no special curfew for minors on Halloween. Put simply, the curfew ordinance that applies is as follows: Age under 14 the curfew is 10:00pm Age 14 or 15 the curfew is 11:00pm Age 16 the curfew is 12:00am Children of any age can be out at any time if accompanied by a parent, guardian, or an adult delegated by the parent or guardian. The full text is below: Sec. 58-305. - Curfew of minors. (a) No child under the age of 14 years shall be permitted, caused or suffered to be upon the public streets or in any public place between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., unless such child is accompanied by his or her parent or guardian, or some adult delegated by the parent or guardian to accompany such child. (b) No child aged 14 or 15 shall be permitted, caused or suffered to be upon the public street or in any public place between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. unless accompanied by his or her parent or guardian, or some adult delegated by the parent or guardian to accompany such child or where the presence of the child is connected with and required by some legitimate work, trade, profession, or occupation in which the child is engaged, or where the child is on an emergency errand or other legitimate business directed by his or her parent or guardian. (c) No child aged 16 shall be permitted, caused or suffered to be upon the public street or in any public place between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. unless accompanied by his or her parent or guardian, or some adult delegated by the parent or guardian to accompany such child or where the presence of the child is connected with and required by some legitimate work, trade, profession, or occupation in which the child is engaged, or where the child is on an emergency errand or other legitimate business directed by his or her parent or guardian. (d) The parent or guardian of the child shall be held responsible for the enforcement of subsections (a) through (c) of this section.

Please be careful in your travels this evening. Pay attention at all times, especially in the residential areas. Children will be crossing the streets and may have limited visibility due to costume masks. Put your phones down, and keep your eyes on the road. We see a lot of children being dropped off by vehicles to trick or treat. Please use common sense, do not load or unload the children on the street side of the vehicle. Everyone loves a good scare on Halloween, but not when it comes to your child's safety. Here are some easy and effective tips parents can share with their kids for a fun and safe Halloween. •COSTUMES Make sure costumes are the right size and do not hinder movement to prevent trips and falls. Masks can obstruct a child’s vision, try non-toxic face paint and makeup whenever possible. •VISIBILITY Decorate costumes and bags with reflective tape or stickers. Have kids use glow sticks or flashlights to help them see and be seen by drivers. Stick to well-lit neighborhoods with streetlights. •TRICK-OR-TREATING Younger children should always be accompanied by an adult. If kids are mature enough to be out without supervision, remind them to stick to familiar areas and trick-or-treat in groups. Only go to houses with a porch light on, and never enter a home or car even if invited. •CANDY & TREATS Wait until you get home before opening or eating any treats. If you see a Teal Pumpkin it means that home has non-food treats available, such as glow sticks or small toys, providing inclusion for trick or treaters with food allergies or other conditions.

Angels Night on Six Mile and some future officers. A great event.

Looking for a new hobby? Perhaps you haven't found the perfect volunteer opportunity? Looking to sign your child up in activities? Whether you're new to Redford Township or a life long resident, this event will have something for you! Come talk with many organizations around Redford Township who help make Redford great!!! FREE family event! Snacks available for purchase.