The Records Department, under the supervision of the Investigations Lieutenant, is staffed by one civilian Records Clerk. The bureau is the "hub" for the flow of all official departmental reports, and is responsible for the maintenance and processing of documents.
The Records Department maintains information on officer productivity, records of all crimes and arrests, and data used in crime analysis and crime prevention. The bureau works closely with other criminal justice agencies, governmental units, insurance companies, news media and courts by preparing information upon their request. Requests for information made pursuant to the Michigan Freedom of Information Act are processed by the Records Department staff.
The Records Department is available Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm. Contact the Records Department at (248)684-1815 for any questions.
Services provided by the Records Clerk include:
Notary Services: $10.00
Background Clearance: 10.00
Private Property Accident Reports: $4.00
Police Report: $4.00
Freedom of Information Act requests (FOIA): Fee varies. Contact Records Clerk to determine amount.