Birmingham Police Department

  • Agency: Birmingham Police Department
  • Address: 151 Martin Street, Birmingham, 48012 MI
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)

Birmingham Police Department is located at 151 Martin Street, Birmingham, 48012 MI. The Birmingham Police Department phone number is 248.530.1870.

Birmingham Police Department News

This weekend, Birmingham Police Officers will be on bike patrol in neighborhoods around the city. Connecting with our community through our community policing programs is a major component in the work we do at the Birmingham Police Dept. So, look for a Birmingham Police officer on bike patrol this weekend. Together, we can make a difference in keeping our city safe for all who live, work and play in Birmingham.

It’s starting to feel like summer which means, long sunny days, warm evenings, and outdoor activities. To help ensure everyone can enjoy their evenings, the Birmingham Police Department (BIPD) will have extra officers on duty to monitor Woodward traffic, enforce traffic laws and parking issues in Birmingham’s section of Woodward on the weekends throughout June. BIPD reminds all who live, work and visit the City to be responsible when operating your vehicle and follow posted speed limits as well as traffic signage (particularly parking). In addition, BIPD takes seriously complaints related to disruptive noise levels. To help with that, be considerate of your neighbors and business owners by monitoring your noise levels whether listening to your favorite music or hosting an outdoor gathering in your neighborhood. Let’s all enjoy the many events and activities associated with being outside in the summer while respecting each other’s space and property. For non-emergency police calls: 248-530-1870.

In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls, as National Police Week. Established by a joint resolution of Congress in 1962, National Police Week pays special recognition to those Law Enforcement Officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty. Please take a moment to remember those that have sacrificed so much for the safety and protection of others.

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Each year the 2nd week of April is recognized as National Public Safety Telecommunicator’s Week. This week is a nationally recognized time for citizens and co-workers alike to show their appreciation for the professionals in the field of Public Safety Communications. Here’s to the hidden heroes, the calming voice during the storm, often heard but never seen. It takes a special person to be the voice of reason when lives are on the line, to take control in an emergency situation using just a telephone, to get the right kind of help to the right location, to give lifesaving instructions that make a difference. Every minute, every day, 9-1-1 professionals answer the call, staying on the line until help arrives. As most often the first person on the scene of every crime, fire and medical emergency, the 9-1-1 dispatcher continues to be an invaluable resource. Please join the Birmingham Police Department in saluting our team of dedicated professionals.

The Dangers of Distracted Driving.

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It’s National Distracted Driving Awareness Month! Join us and help spread the word about the dangers of distracted driving. Remember, while you are behind the wheel, #JustDrive.

See Chief Clemence and City Manager Joe Valentine discuss the 2017 Birmingham Police Department Annual Report in this exciting addition of Inside City Hall.

For all you Twister fans, here is a FREE class for you. Let Helen Hunt know I said hi!

We found this on the Shelby Township Police page, but it holds true to our residents also. Please lock your vehicle's up everynight. Let us know when you’re done....we have some TPS reports for you to complete afterwords.

Birmingham’s Officer Yacoub Iseid on Feb 2nd completed his training to become a Drug Recognition Expert. He is one of 120 specialized officers in the state able to detect what substance an impaired subject may have been using prior to having contact with the police.

For too many in the United States, St. Patrick's Day has ended in tragedy due to drunk drivers getting behind the wheel. Over St. Patrick's Day from 2011 to 2015, a total of 252 lives were lost in drunk-driving crashes.

Please review these tips as tax season is upon us.

Sledding at Booth Park

Snow day fun at Booth Park!

Public Service Announcement 2/6/18:

Officers hired over the last two years were administered their oath in front of the City Commission and family last night. These officers have completed the field training process as well as a year-long probationary period.

On January 13, 2018 at 11:28AM, Birmingham Police officers responded to the 700 block of Wallace St. in reference to a reported home invasion where personal property was taken. Through the investigation, detectives were able to identify the vehicle used to drop-off and pick-up the suspects. The vehicle is a newer model (2015-2018) black Kia Sorento. It is believed that the Kia Sorento may be from another state or a rental vehicle. Two suspects were observed exiting the Kia Sorento prior to the home invasion. The first suspect was a Caucasian male, medium to heavy build, approximately 5’8”-5’10” tall, and approximately 45-60 years old. The second suspect was a Caucasian male and approximately 5’6”-5’8” tall. If you have information regarding the home invasion, please contact Detective Romanowski at (248) 530-1774.