Wed. Sep 22nd, 2021

FARMINGTON, MI – The Farmington Public Safety Department has implemented a new means for the public to issue police reports to them in a timely manner in the wake of the COVID-19 health crisis.

The Farmington Public Safety Department remains committed to providing the highest level of service to the community. In response to the Governor’s stay at home order, they have implemented an online police reporting system.  Residents can access the online reporting system at the following link:

The following types of incidents can be reported on-line:

-Barking / Nuisance Dog.
-Damaged Property / Vandalism.
-Car/Animal Crash.
-Harassing phone calls/No known suspects.
-Larceny/Theft/ No Known Suspects.
-Accidental/Non Intentional Property Damage
-Private property traffic crash/ Parked unattended, returned to find had been struck.
-Suspicious Situation.
-Identity Theft/ No known suspects.
-Lost Property.
-Child Custody Violation.

The public safety department will continue to take police reports in-person for those who do not have internet access or for reports that do not meet the online reporting requirements. They encourage residents to call therm to your home where they can take your information outside of your residence and still achieve social distancing.

Stay safe and stay healthy Farmington!!

City of Farmington MI
23600 Liberty St
Farmington, MI 48335

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 248-474-4700

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