Rochester Police Department

  • Agency: Rochester Police Department
  • Address: 400 Sixth St, Rochester, 48307 MI
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 248-651-9621
Fax: 248-651-3607

Rochester Police Department is located at 400 Sixth St, Rochester, 48307 MI. The Rochester Police Department phone number is 248-651-9621.

Rochester Police Department News

Kitt trading cards are now available at the front desk of the Police Department.

****TRAFFIC UPDATE: All lanes are now open again Southbound Dequindre is currently shut down at Parkdale due to an accident there. Please use an alternate route****

The winner of the Rochester Police Experience Like and Share contest is.....Richard Rush. Please contact the PD at your convenience. Congrats!

**** Update ****** All lanes opened sooner than expected. No problems for rush hour in the morning. Thank you for your patience. When the road was opened up further problems were located. The crew will continue working through the night with the plan to complete this project by the end of the day tomorrow. There will be only one lane in each direction in the morning. Road Construction Advisory on Main St. (Rochester Rd.) near Woodward Thursday and Friday November 8-9. Main Street will be restricted to one lane in either direction from 9a to 3p Thursday and Friday in the area north and south of Woodward. This is needed to complete an emergency sewer repair. Please use caution and consider using an alternate route over the next two days.

We are so appreciative of all the support! We have reached 10,000 likes. As promised we will announce the winner of the Like and Share contest later today.

Winter Awareness Week Day 4- Winter Survival Kits

Winter Hazards Awareness Week: Day 3 Tips Winter Safety Tips for Home and Car

Polls will be open from 7am to 8pm today. Our officers will be providing extra patrol to St. Paul's Methodist Church, the OPC and the Community House to help make things go smoothly at these polling locations. Please get out and vote today.

Winter Hazards Awareness Week November 4 - November 10, 2018 To help Rochester City residents minimize the risks of Winter, the Rochester Fire Department Emergency Planning and Preparedness Section, in collaboration with the National Weather Service and other County State, Federal, and non-profit agencies, sponsors Winter Hazard Awareness Week each Fall. The event includes a website promotion on and social media posts. The week-long effort provides specific information each day that can be used in conjunction with school, church, or civic programs. Day 2: Cold weather and hypothermia

Tuesday is election day. All polls open at 7am. Due to the Ludlow construction project there will be no access to the Community House from University. Use Woodward off Main to get to the Community House. You can view a map of the detour here:

Officers Knight, Dusovic, Saric, and Beazley showing off their mustaches in support of "No-Shave November". This is to increase awareness for men’s cancer issues. Share your "No-Shave November" picture below!

Only two more days to vote for K-9 Kitt in the Aftermath K-9 grant program. Follow the link to vote today and tomorrow for Kitt.

Daylight saving time ends Sunday morning at 2 am. Don't forget to turn your clocks back one hour. This is also a good time to change your batteries in your smoke alarms.

We recently got new department photos. Turns out Kitt is the most photogenic member!

Happy Halloween! Make sure it is a safe one. Traditional, un-official hours for trick or treating are 6-8 in Rochester Hills and 7-8 in the City of Rochester. Have fun!

*Sign Up to get Notifications* The City of Rochester is introducing a new campaign called Ready Rochester. Ready Rochester is designed to give you the tools necessary to mitigate, prepare, respond, and recovery from community disasters such as fire, flood, tornado, and severe winter weather. Please watch this important video from Rochester Mayor Rob Ray. Learn more about Ready Rochester at or on the City of Rochester website at You can also sign up for Civic Ready notifications on the City website under the Community Tab- Emergency Alerts.

Officer Saric joined in on some fun at a neighborhood parade today!

A big thank you to all who came out and supported both the police and fire teams last night. The Police team won. The big winner was the New Day Foundation and all who will be helped due to the generous donations from the fans in the stands.

We are getting ready for the big game to start. Doors open at 6:45 at the Onyx. Lots of raffle items to pick from. Hope to see you there.

We will be participating in the DEA Drug Takeback event on Saturday from 10a to 2p. This is a great opportunity to rid yourself of unwanted and expired prescription medications. Please bring your medications to the police station lobby. If you miss this event we take medications 24 hours a day as part of our Operation Medicine Cabinet program.

****REMINDER, THE GAME IS THIS SATURDAY NIGHT. PLEASE JOIN US IN SUPPORTING THIS GREAT CAUSE**** We are proud to announce that our police officers, alongside our brothers and sisters at the Rochester Fire Department, will be hitting the ice in the fight against cancer this fall! Join us as our hockey teams take to the ice on October 27th at the Onyx Ice Arena in Rochester for our inaugural “Guns and Hoses” charity hockey game. All proceeds of the event will benefit the New Day Foundation for Families, a local charity that helps families with cancer diagnoses. To buy tickets to the game, or for information on how you can help in our fight against cancer this fall, visit, or visit us at the police department for more details!

It’s Monday. Back to work and school. Officers are out in the subdivisions again providing extra enforcement. Please drive safe.

DTE has posted a repair update of 1130 pm tomorrow night to have the power restored

No restoration update yet from DTE. We have some traffic lights out. Please treat these intersections as 4-Way stops. We have portable stop signs out at both Pine and Wilcox on University.