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Police Department

Chief of Police: Scott McCanham
4200 Telegraph Road
P.O. Box 489
Bloomfield Township, MI 48303-0489
Fax: 248-433-7784
Emergency services are provided 24 hours each day, seven days each week.
Administrative Offices Hours: Monday - Thursday
7:00 AM to 5:30 PM
Department Email: Police Department
To report a crime in progress or request the presence of an officer, please call 248-433-7755. This email address is NOT monitored 24 hours a day and should be used ONLY for non-responding questions and/or comments.

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The Bloomfield Township Police Department is dedicated to providing the finest in professional law enforcement aimed to preserve the peace and protection of persons and property. To this end, the men and women of the Bloomfield Township Police Department aspire to be responsive to community safety needs, vigilant to public safety issues and trends, and respectful and courteous to residents and visitors of the Bloomfield Township community.

Bloomfield Township police officers meet rigorous pre-employment qualifications. They are required to possess a four-year college degree. After being hired, they are obligated to stay abreast of the latest in law enforcement technology as well as the constant changes in laws they have sworn to uphold. Police officers manage to blend a law and order philosophy with service to the citizen.

The Police Department is located at 4200 Telegraph Road in the lower level of the Bloomfield Township Hall. The entrance and parking lot are on the south side of the building.

The Department is open 24 hours, 7 days a week, with police officers ready to respond to emergency calls, accidents, and other police-related matters. The Department boasts 70 sworn police officers and 19 civilian personnel are organized into two 12-hour shifts in order to provide full coverage for the people of Bloomfield Township. The Department includes a Canine Unit and oversees the Bloomfield Village Police Department.

Township residents are always welcome to visit the Department or to invite an officer to speak at a community meeting. To arrange for a tour or a speaker, call the Community Liaison Officer at 248-433-7724.