Orchard Lake Police Department

  • Agency: Orchard Lake Police Department
  • Address: 3955 Orchard Lake Road, Orchard Lake, 48323 MI
  • Chief: Frederick Rosenau (Chief of Police)

Orchard Lake Police Department is located at 3955 Orchard Lake Road, Orchard Lake, 48323 MI. The Chief of Police of the department is Frederick Rosenau. The Orchard Lake Police Department phone number is 248-682-2400.

Orchard Lake Police Department News

It’s looking like we may see our first snow of the season tomorrow. Although no significant accumulation is expected, please leave some extra time and take it slow.

A great reminder from the fire department:

For the month of November, the Orchard Lake Police Department is supporting “Maggie’s Wigs 4 Kids of Michigan.” The initiative “Pigs 4 Wigs” was developed to raise cancer awareness and generate funds to benefit children living with ailments that affect their hair. As visible public figures, members of the Orchard Lake Police Department will be growing their facial hair as a sign of support. For every $800 raised one deserving child will be given a free hair prosthesis and services. The Orchard Lake Police Department and Maggie’s Wigs 4 Kids of Michigan thank you for your support and generosity!

Surplus police vehicle for sale – 2014 Ford Taurus Police Interceptor VIN: 1FAHP2MK7EG105516 The City of Orchard Lake is now accepting SEALED BIDS for this former police patrol vehicle. The vehicle has 79,075 miles and is equipped with a 3.7 liter V6 engine, automatic transmission, and all wheel drive. Some of the features include power windows, power door locks, power mirrors, power driver’s seat, power adjustable pedals, AM/FM stereo with CD player, cruise control, driver’s side LED spot lamp, etc. This was a marked unit and there are some blemishes from police use. There are plugged holes in the roof and trunk from the previously installed emergency equipment, and the rear doors do not work from the inside. The vehicle may be inspected at Orchard Lake City Hall at 3955 Orchard Lake Rd, Orchard Lake, MI 48323 Monday-Friday between 8:00 AM -3:00 PM. Please call 248-682-2400 if you have any questions. Test drives will NOT be permitted. The vehicle is being sold AS IS with NO warranty. SEALED BIDS must be received by City Hall no later than November 15, 2018 at 3:00 PM. All bids are to include the bidder’s name, address, phone number, and VIN number in addition to the bid amount. The envelope must also be clearly marked SEALED BID on the outside of the envelope. The City Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids regardless of circumstances of prices, bids, and market value.


Drive safe today and watch out for those little ones!

The Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign is now in effect through November 4th. Law enforcement agencies nationwide will looking for impaired drivers in an effort reduce traffic crashes and enhance the safety of other motorists on the road. Please don't drink and drive, have a plan if you are going to consume alcohol. Ride sharing & taxicabs are much cheaper than fines, court fees, towing fees, your freedom, or even your life. Stay Safe!

It was great to see all the children in their costumes at the Our Lady of Refuge Trunk or Treat event!

To cap off teen driver safety, we find this message to be one of the most important. Please educate your teenagers on the dangers of drinking & driving.

We are participating in the DEA's National Prescription Drug Take Back Day this Saturday, October 27th from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM. You may turn in any unused or expired prescription medication at the police station. We cannot accept any liquids, aerosols, inhalers, or syringes. for more information, please visit https://takebackday.dea.gov/ https://youtu.be/4O17ihuRIUM

It’s Teen Driver Safety Week. Please talk to your teens about the dangers of distracted driving.

Join the dispatch team!


From Chief George: The Orchard Lake Police Department Announces the “Be the Match Challenge” In response to the law enforcement Lip Sync Challenge, the Berkley Department of Public Safety is hosting a “Be the Match” bone marrow registry challenge starting on October 2, 2018. Berkley DPS would like to challenge 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. CHALLENGE ACCEPTED! Orchard Lake Police Department link is: Https://join.bethematch.org/BDPSChallengeOL 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. To find out more about “Be the Match,” please go to www.bethematch.org.

Fire Department Open House:

Old Orchard Trail is done! (The speed limit is still 25!) 😎

Anyone missing 2 kayaks? A resident along the northern shore of Orchard Lake reported that 2 kayaks (1 green, 1 blue) along with 2 paddles appeared on his dock approximately 2 weeks ago. Please contact the police department to claim them. You must be able to provide proof of ownership or accurately describe them. Please share!

Today we remember West Bloomfield Sgt. Patrick O’Rourke who made the ultimate sacrifice on this day in 2012.

Welcome to the new school year! Please drive safely and watch out for children. There are school zone speed limits in place on Commerce and Orchard Lake roads that are effective at the beginning of the school day and dismissal. Here is a good reminder of what school bus lights indicate:

Per Chief Joe George, on today’s date at 2:43 PM, Orchard Lake Police and West Bloomfield Fire were dispatched to 5652 Pontiac Trail in reference to a helicopter crash reported in the area. Upon arrival, responding units found the helicopter down on its side. A small fire was extinguished and the helicopter had to be pushed over to extract the pilot. The pilot was found to be the lone occupant of the helicopter and was conscious and alert as he was transported to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries. A preliminary interview of the pilot revealed that the aircraft is privately owned and as the pilot was coming in for a landing, the helicopter went into a spin and subsequently crashed. There were no other injuries or property damage reported. The FAA is currently on scene conducting an investigation. Great job Sgt. Banks, Ofc. Frost, and WBFD for their quick response! Photo credits to WBFD

Reminder: The Nature Sanctuary will be closed at noon for the holiday weekend.