Auburn Hills Police Department

  • Agency: Auburn Hills Police Department
  • Address: 1899 North Squirrel Road, Auburn Hills, 48326 MI
  • Chief: Doreen E Olko (Chief of Police)

Auburn Hills Police Department is located at 1899 North Squirrel Road, Auburn Hills, 48326 MI. The Chief of Police of the department is Doreen E Olko. The Auburn Hills Police Department phone number is 248.370.9444.

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Movember "No Shave" health awareness month update: Alpha: $86 Bravo: $371 Charlie: $125 Delta: $358 DPU/Detective Bureau: $1074 Join in on the action by donating for your favorite team at Thanks for your support!

8 weeks of the 2018 AH Police Citizen Academy has come to a close and it was fantastic. We'd like to thank all of our participants, presenters, trainers and let's not forget the local restaurants that really came through by sponsoring meals for the class. A Big Thanks to: Applebee's, Chili's Grill & Bar, Jimmy John's, On the Border and Olive Garden. This program benefits the community in several ways: 1. You will leave with a greater understanding of the Police Department, a heightened awareness of personal safety issues and the establishment of a line of communication between the community and the Police Department. 2. Helps the Police Department become aware of the feelings and concerns of the community, which helps us, plan future programs and services. 3. An enhanced relationship between the Police and the Community through open communication. Continue following @AuburnHillsPolice for opportunities to get involved. Have a safe winter everyone!

‪PSA: The frozen precipitation from the sky is back. Some people like it and some people hate it. BUT we can all agree that it can reduce visibility and make the roads slippery. ‘Tis the season of generous stopping distances and slower speeds! #WinterIsComing ‬#YesThatIsAGameOfThronesReference #ButReallyDriveSafely

SUBJECT: Prohibited Truck Traffic (Strictly Enforced) The City of Auburn Hills has a valid traffic control order prohibiting truck traffic on the following roadway: •North Squirrel Road from 150 feet south of M-59 to Auburn Rd. Trucks are restricted to local deliveries only on the following roadways: • Auburn Road from Churchill Rd. to Adams Rd. • South Squirrel Road from South Blvd. to Auburn Rd. • Squirrel Court from North Squirrel Rd. to Auburn Rd. Prohibited turning movements for trucks have also been established on Auburn Rd. at Squirrel Rd., Squirrel Ct., Rex Blvd., Corporate Dr., Auburn Ct., and commercial businesses along Auburn Rd. Signs are posted in the applicable areas as required by laws of the State of Michigan. The highlighted areas on the attached map will assist in understanding the affected areas. Violations of this order shall be strictly enforced. For this purpose any “truck”, “track tractor”, “semitrailer”, or “commercial vehicle” or combination thereof having an elected gross weight rating greater than 10,000 pounds is defined as a “truck”. This definition does NOT include the following: bus, school bus, emergency vehicles, motor homes, agricultural equipment, utility service vehicles used for construction in the city while work is in progress, refuse trucks while making refuse pickups within the city, any city owned vehicles, and all vehicles used exclusively to transport personal possessions of family members for non-business purposes. Local deliveries are permitted to the businesses on Auburn Road from Churchill to Adams Road, on South Squirrel Road from South Blvd. to Auburn Rd, and on Squirrel Court from Auburn Rd. to North Squirrel Rd. Local delivery means the transportation of goods from a source location to a predefined destination(s) within these defined areas. The Auburn Hills Police Department is distributing this Public Service Announcement to educate residents and visitors of Auburn Hills. While our goal is voluntary compliance, officers will issue citations where appropriate to ensure compliance with this order. Assist the Auburn Hills Police Department in keeping your community safe by complying with the traffic laws of our city.

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Our thoughts are with the Men, Women and K9‘s of the St. Clair Shores Police Department as they mourn the loss of their K9 Partner Axe. K9 Axe provided a selfless service to his partners as well as the citizens of St. Clair Shores. He was shot in the line of duty tonight and ultimately succumbed to his injuries. Rest In Peace K9 Axe, your sacrifice won’t be forgotten. #K9OfficerDown #ThinBlueLine

‪Thank-you to Jets Pizza Auburn Hills for dropping off pizza and breadsticks to the Delta Platoon! We appreciate you! #CopsAndPizza ‬

In 2017, there were 470 alcohol and drug related traffic crash fatalities in Michigan. #drivesober and get home safely.

Impaired Driving Enforcement: : If you plan on enjoying activities like tailgating and football games, plan for a sober driver to get you home safely. #drivesober

A DUI can cost you $10,000 in attorney fees, fines, repairs and lost time at work. Make the right decision to drive sober. It's the law. #drivesober

AHPD is participating in the “No Shave November” Fundraiser for the Movember Foundation to raise money for Men’s Health Awareness, specifically for prostate cancer. Which Platoon will raise the most funds to win the opportunity to continue their bearded style through the end of the year? You can participate, just follow this link and choose a platoon to make a donation: Continue to follow us on Facebook for weekly beard updates...

Safety Tips for Checking Halloween Candy Wait until children are home to sort and check treats. Parents of young children should remove any choking hazards such as hard candies and small toys. Tell children not to accept -- and, especially, not to eat--anything that isn't commercially wrapped. A responsible adult should closely examine all treats and throw away any of the following candies that have: 1. An unusual appearance or discoloration 2. Tiny pinholes or tears in wrappers 3. Spoiled or unwrapped items 4. Homemade items or baked goods should be discarded unless you personally know who gave them. 5. When in doubt, throw it out Trick-or-Treating Hours: 6pm-7pm If you have any questions about possible tainted candy, you can contact the: •POISON CONTROL CENTER 1-800-222-1222 •AH Police Department 248-370-9444 When there is an emergency dial 9-1-1 Drive Safely and watch out for miniature superheros, princesses, vampires and all the other characters kids like to dress like..... Happy Halloween!🧛‍♀️🧛‍♂️🤖👻🎃🎃

Drive Extra Safely on Halloween *Slow down and be especially alert in residential neighborhoods. Children are excited on Halloween and may move in unpredictable ways. *Take extra time to look for kids at intersections, on medians and on curbs. *Enter and exit driveways and alleys slowly and carefully. *Drive slowly, anticipate heavy pedestrian traffic and turn your headlights on earlier in the day to spot children from greater distances. IN THE CITY OF AUBURN HILLS TRICK-OR-TREATING hours are 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. so be especially alert for kids during those hours.

Fantastic turn out at Spooktacular! Happy 👻 Halloween 🎃

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is October 27th The Auburn Hills Police Department has a secure method to dispose of unwanted and expired RX medications. We have a "medicine cabinet" designed to dispose of such medicines in our lobby located at 1899 N Squirrel Rd. *Reminder we do not take needles (sharps) or liquids. Place the contents of the pill bottle(s) into a zip lock bag and place the zip lock bag into the "medicine cabinet" Please take your prescription bottle with you. For other site locations:

Thanks Margie from #Costco for bringing AHPD Officers dinner tonight! #thankfulThursday

Community Engagement Officer Brian Miller giving ALICE presentation to Avondale School parents at Avondale Middle School. #beprepared #alice

A wave of pink at the City of Auburn Hills this Friday - the AH Police and Fire Departments are working together to raise awareness and funds to fight Breast Cancer. October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and you'll see staff, along with the officers and firefighters of the City wearing pink this Friday, October 26th to help raise funds that will go toward financial support for patients fighting cancer. Get involved:

Avondale Middle School Parent Meeting Tonight Where: Avondale Middle School, 1445 W Auburn Road, Rochester Hills. When: Oct. 24th at 6:30 p.m., Topic: Learn about the A.L.I.C.E training and Stop the Bleed training being taught to students and staff by the Auburn Hills Police Department. Preparing our students for emergency situations at school is not new. There are a variety of drills at the schools throughout the year being conducted to help students understand how to respond in the event of emergencies. Sadly, in more recent years, we are also preparing the students and staff in the case of an armed intruder. Stay safe and knowledgeable!

Congratulations to Officer Metter Smith, who was recognized at the City Council meeting last night as the Police Employee of the Year! Officer Smith has served our community for 15 years. She was honored by the Morning Optimist Club of Auburn Hills for her outstanding service as our School Resource Officer and National Night Out coordinator.

Thank you New Covenant Church of Auburn Hills for making these delicious chocolate gifts bags for us!

Jessica and Dawn from #DevonTitle thanks for stopping by with great information and lunch for the team!

Congratulations to Officer Metter Smith, who was honored this morning by the Morning Optimist Club of Auburn Hills as the Police Employee of the Year! Officer Smith has served our community for 15 years. She was recognized for her outstanding service as our School Resource Officer and National Night Out coordinator. Pictured below from left to right; Councilman Mr. Henry Knight, Mrs. Mary Creager, Club President Dr. Steve Sheldon, Officer Metter Smith, Chief of Police Jeff Baker, and Mr. John Higgins

Traffic Alert: Expect heavy traffic South Blvd west of Opdyke 10.17.18 6pm-9pm.