Madison Heights Police Department

  • Agency: Madison Heights Police Department
  • Address: 280 W 13 Mile Rd, Madison Heights, 48071 MI
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 248-585-2100
Fax: (248) 585-8090

Madison Heights Police Department is located at 280 W 13 Mile Rd, Madison Heights, 48071 MI. The Madison Heights Police Department phone number is 248-585-2100.

Madison Heights Police Department News

Today is Election Day, don't forget to vote.

EOW 11/4/18. St. Clair Shores K-9 Axe made the ultimate sacrifice . He gave his life to save his partners and fellow officers. Axe is a true "Hero". We at the Madison Heights Police Department grieve along with the St. Clair Shores Police Department. Heartfelt prayers to Officer Price and the entire St. Clair Shores Police Department.

Thanks to a very special little girl who made the day of our Police Officers. Good job Ofc. Backlund.

Congrats to our former Animal Control Office Suzette Gysel and her new position in the Police Department as The Chief of Police and Deputy Chief of Police's new Administrative Secretary. Welcome to our new Animal Control Officer Justin Holland.

Trick or Treating is a fun time for all but please help keep it safe. Drive slowly down the streets tonight. Watch for children darting out into the street. Put your porch lights on if you are passing out treats. Put dogs in another room to keep them from darting out the door when handing out treats. If you see anything suspicious, please call us at 248-585-2100. HAPPY HALLOWEEN

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The Madison Heights Police Department will be participating in the Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning’s (OHSP) October Impaired Driving Enforcement Campaign which runs from October 18th through November 4th. During the two-week enforcement period, law enforcement officers from approximately 100 agencies in Michigan will be on the lookout for impaired drivers. If you plan on enjoying fall activities like tailgating and football games, plan for a sober driver to get you home safely. Remember: It is never okay to drive while impaired.

MADD is hosting a social media campaign that offers middle school, high school and college students under the age of 21 a chance to win $500 towards an alcohol-free party for their group. Visit PowerOfYouth.com for sweepstakes details and share with the young people in your life! MADD is asking youth groups to post pics on social media to show how they support each other. Groups don't have to be school-based. Community and church based groups can also work together to meet MADD's challenge! Entering is Simple 1. Download and print the #ProtectUrSquad flyer. 2. Gather your group and take a selfie with the flyer. 3. Post the picture on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and use the hashtag #ProtectUrSquad to enter. http://www.powerofyouth.com/

The Berkley Department of Public Safety is hosting a “Be the Match” bone marrow registry challenge starting on October 2, 2018. Berkley DPS has challenged all law enforcement agencies in Oakland County to see which department can register the most new donors to the bone marrow registry. The number of donors each department registers will be tallied in three months to determine the winner. In December 2015, a Berkley public safety officer was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML). He has been in remission after receiving five months of treatment. While he was fortunate enough not to need a stem cell transplant, his cousin now has AML and is in desperate need of a stem cell match. Each of the 39 law enforcement agencies in Oakland County will be given their own “BDPSChallenge” link that their residents can use to order “Be the Match” cheek swab kits. Each kit will be sent to their homes where they can perform the mouth swabs to determine if they are a match for someone in need. The kits come with directions on how to perform the swab, and a postage paid envelope to return it. The Madison Heights Police Department’s link is: Join.bethematch.org/BDPSChallengeMH There are age and health guidelines to participate. Participants must be between the ages of 18-44, in relatively good health, and most importantly, willing to follow through with the process if they are ever selected as a match for a patient. Being a bone marrow match can save a life and cure someone of their blood cancer.

Madison Heights residents have reported receiving this pamphlet as a solicitation to paint their address on the curb in front of their house. The person soliciting this service has not applied for a permit to conduct door-to-door business and thus has not been vetted by the Madison Heights Police Department or any other City department. If this person was to apply for a permit, they would be denied, as the curb is City property. We ask that you contact the police department if you witness him or her conducting their business in your neighborhood. (248-585-2100)

We are always proud of our Officers but even more so when they get promoted. Ofc. Dixon was sworn in as Sargeant on Monday 9/10/18. Congrats Sgt. Dixon.

Ofc. Geloso shares a proud moment.

Ofc. Cook Shares a proud moment.

Please join us in welcoming our two new Police Officers. Ofc. Cook and Geloso were sworn in on Monday 9/10/18

Welcome to our new Crossing Guards Pam & Vickie.

The Madison Heights Police Department encourages residents to have block parties. When neighbors know one another, they know who belongs on the street and are more likely to respond to suspicious activity. Here are 10 more good reasons to have a block party: • To provide an opportunity to get to know your neighbors and where they live. • To establish friendships. • To increase that sense of belonging to a community. • To learn a little about each other and know who might need a little extra help from time to time. • To meet neighbors on your block that might be able to help you with a problem, or simply lend you that needed ingredient for your recipe. • To encourage neighbors to look after the neighborhood. • To help with safety/crime prevention by knowing who lives where and who does not. • To increase security by knowing each other’s schedules. • To develop an opportunity to meet some of the long term residents and learn about your community history. • To have fun – no excuses or reasons are needed to celebrate. *If you want to close down the street or have traffic re-directed, you will need to complete an application with the police department. The applications can be obtained at the front desk of the PD.

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