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Phone: (734) 782-2496
Fax: (734) 782-2462

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Police Chief
Glen Hoffman
ghoffman@flatrockmi.org

 

DEPARTMENT MISSION STATEMENT

"It is the mission of the Flat Rock Police Department to protect the lives and property of the community we serve, to reduce crime, and enhance the safety of the public.  Our mandate is to do so with integrity, honor, respect, and compassion.  In partnership with our community, we will conduct ourselves with the highest ethical standards to forever maintain the trust and confidence of all who live, work, and visit here."

Welcome to the Flat Rock Police Department

 

Officer John Syc and Officer Robert Wydryck

 

New Hires

 

The City of Flat Rock's new Police Chief

Congratulations to Glen A. Hoffman on being promoted to Police Chief.

 

Chief Hoffman swear in

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Neighborhood Watch

The Flat Rock Police Department actively promotes Neighborhood Watch.  Neighborhood Watch is a systematic approach to crime prevention.  When operated properly, Neighborhood Watch becomes a vehicle by which the community and police department partner with each other to have a marked impact on not just crime, but other quality of life issues as well.

If you are interested in obtaining information on how to start a Neighborhood Watch where you live, or would just like to know more about Neighborhood Watch in general, please contact Chief Glen Hoffman for more information.  He can be reached at 734-782-2496 ext. 2300.  Together, we can, as McGruff the Crime Dog would say, "TAKE A BITE OUT OF CRIME!"

Questions/Comments

Have a question or concern?  Want to leave us an anonymous tip?  Not sure how to handle that traffic ticket, or just have a question you think we can help you with?  WE'D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU!  Please contact us at

(734) 782-2496 Ext. 0

Police Reports

We are happy to help you obtain a copy of a police report.  Fill out a Freedom of Information Act form located in the lobby of the police department or online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Requests are generally completed within 3-5 business days and will be mailed to your address.

 

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