Saline Police Department

  • Agency: Saline Police Department
  • Address: 100 N Harris St, Saline, 48176 MI
  • Chief: Paul L Bunten (Chief of Police)

Saline Police Department is located at 100 N Harris St, Saline, 48176 MI. The Chief of Police of the department is Paul L Bunten. The Saline Police Department phone number is 734-429-7911.

Saline Police Department News

Many thanks to our wonderful community members for turning in nearly 50 pounds of unwanted medications this past Saturday! The drugs were taken to the Detroit Field Office of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration yesterday morning for disposal. If you missed the drug take back event, remember you can always drop off unwanted medication 24/7/365 in our front lobby. #togetherWEcanmakeadifference

We said YES! In partnership with Oakwood Church, we will be providing a free Halloween candy check at the UAW Hall located at 601 Woodland Dr. Our volunteer Cadets will be on hand to check candy from 7p-830p. Church staff will be providing free cider, donuts and coffee so how could we say no? We hope to see you there!

We are proud to announce our participation in "No-shave November" through the "Pigs 4 Wigs" campaign. Officers pay $50.00 and can raise additional funds so they can avoid shaving for the month of November. Monies are then donated to Maggie's Wigs 4 Kids of Michigan. Maggie's Wigs 4 Kids Wellness Center and Salon is a Michigan grassroots non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides wigs and support services at no charge to children and young adults experiencing hair loss due to cancer, alopecia, trichotillomania, burns and other disorders. Wig recipients, also known as Ambassadors, range in age from 3 to 18, and are located throughout Michigan. If you would like to participate, please click on the link and select the Saline Police Department to make your donation. In the comments section you can write the name of your favorite Saline Police Officer or dispatcher if you wish. In November, we will announce our "Double Down December" fundraiser for Saline Area Social Service Thank you all for your support!

We had a great night at Trunk or Treat! Thanks to Reserve Ofc. Salame and VIPS volunteer Donna Johnston for showcasing our VIPS vehicle. Chief Hart’s wife decorated the squad car and we handed out a lot of candy. It was great to see so many community members, especially our young ones dressed as police officers. #community

What do Minnie Mouse, Spiderman and Batman have to do with traffic safety?? Watch this high tech video to get the answer! #trafficsafety #dontwave! #doesthatcoffeeshophavedonuts?

There are 79 days until Christmas, don’t get on the naughty list! We have received complaints regarding motorists moving or driving around construction barricades on S. Ann Arbor. The barricades really do apply to all of us and if a Saline Police Officer observes a violation, it will cost the driver $155 in fees and fines along with 2 points on your driving record.

Stop for pedestrians at crosswalks. #DriveSafe SEMCOG, Southeast Michigan Council of Governments

During the month of September, Officers issued 163 traffic violations. The map shows where the majority of the violations were issued. The icon which looks like a cell phone is actually representative of a ticket. The numbered icons represent more than one violation at the same location.

70% of pedestrian deaths happen outside of a crosswalk. #WalkSafe SEMCOG, Southeast Michigan Council of Governments

Allow at least 3 feet when passing bikes. #DriveSafe SEMCOG, Southeast Michigan Council of Governments

65% of bicyclists’ deaths happen in the dark. Darkness is Deadly. Get Lit. #BikeSafe SEMCOG, Southeast Michigan Council of Governments

The National EAS and WEA test will be held Wednesday, October 3, 2018, beginning at 2:18 p.m. EDT. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), will conduct a nationwide test of the Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) and Emergency Alert System (EAS) on the backup date of October 3, 2018 due to ongoing response efforts to Hurricane Florence. The WEA portion of the test commences at 2:18 p.m. EDT, and the EAS portion follows at 2:20 p.m. EDT. The test will assess the operational readiness of the infrastructure for distribution of a national message and determine whether improvements are needed. The WEA test message will be sent to cell phones that are connected to wireless providers participating in WEA. This is the fourth EAS nationwide test and the first national WEA test. Previous EAS national tests were conducted in November 2011, September 2016, and September 2017 in collaboration with the FCC, broadcasters, and emergency management officials in recognition of FEMA’s National Preparedness Month. City of Saline Government Saline Area Fire Department Saline Recreation

94% of crashes are due to human error. Avoid distractions. #DriveSafe SEMCOG, Southeast Michigan Council of Governments

Here is a look at traffic crash locations for the month of September 2018. There were 33 traffic crashes, 8 of which involved a reported injury. Crashes are further broken down by day of week and time of day. Type of crash and cause are also shown. City of Saline Government

Pedestrian and bicycle crashes make up approximately 1% of all traffic crashes, they account for 30 percent of all traffic fatalities in Southeast Michigan. #DriveSafe #WalkSafe #BikeSafe SEMCOG, Southeast Michigan Council of Governments

Please take a moment to review 2017 Michigan Traffic Crash Facts. Of particular concern is the marked increase in reported cell phone use as a factor in crashes. 1,028 citizens died in 314,921 crashes in 2017. Although road and vehicle conditions along with driver actions all contribute to accidents, driver error is the chief cause. We need to refocus on safe driving habits. #trafficsafety #looktwice #SLOWDOWN #donttext&drive

Yesterday, we received thank you letters from Jamie Cady's 4th grade class at Heritage Elementary School in memory of 9/11. School Resource Officer Ringe and Ofc. Lupi visited the class and personally thanked them this morning. Many thanks to our young community members and Ms. Cady for thinking of us! Our community support is second to none and much appreciated. Saline Area Schools Heritage School 2018-19 #Community #Buildingtrust

We are proud of our partnership with C.S. Mott Children's Hospital and the Office of Highway Safety Planning to host the Child Protective Seat certification class at the Saline Police Department. Police officers, firefighters and healthcare professionals from Michigan and Ohio are in attendance. At the conclusion of the class, we will have 2 certified car seat inspectors ready to assist our community members with the proper installation of car seats. As always, this class would not be possible without several volunteers. #safety1st #trafficsafety

Are you aware you can view reported crimes in our community? We participate in through Oakland County's Courts and Law Enforcement Management Information System (CLEMIS). We posted a picture of our reported crimes for the month of August but to know what each symbol represents, follow the link and run your own report. #informed

During the month of August, Saline PD Officers issued 74 traffic citations. Their location, day of week and times are shown below. Speeding, improper lane use, disobeying traffic control devices (stop signs and red lights) are the most commonly issued violation. #slowdown

In an effort to become more transparent and keep you informed of incidents in our community, Saline PD is using Oakland County Courts and Law Enforcement Management Information Systems (CLEMIS) CrimeView Dashboard to share traffic crash, citation and crime data on a monthly basis. In August, we handled 24 traffic crashes, most of which occurred along the Michigan Ave corridor. Friday leads the day of week and the 3 o'clock PM hour appears to be the most likely time of day for accidents. Fail to Yield, Improper Backing and Fail to Stop in a Clear Assured Distance Ahead are the top 3 causes of accidents. #trafficsafety #lookbothways

We had a great morning greeting students on their first day back to school. We took a few selfies with staff and students, and sent our very own “Officer Dave” off to his first day of school as the full time School Resource Officer (SRO). The SRO position represents a commitment to the safety and security of ALL students attending school in Saline by our Saline City Council, Saline Area School Board, Superintendent Graden and City Manager Campbell. Thank you all for your support and we look forward to a safe school year! City of Saline Government SMS Saline Middle School Pleasant Ridge Elementary School Woodland Meadows Elementary School Heritage Elementary School Saline Area Schools

While on foot patrol today at Mill Pond Park Officer Snook helped assemble two fishing poles and show some young community members how to cast their lines. Thanks for always being ready to assist Ofc. Snook!

We are happy to host Retired Detroit Police Sergeant and author, Robert M. Haig today. Robert is sharing his wealth of experience investigating common scams, especially those committed against our older adults. Robert will be here until 1130am if you want to join us. #themoreuknow #crimeprevention