Pontiac Patrol Services Division
Oakland County, MichiganSheriffPontiac Patrol Services Division

Pontiac Patrol Services Division

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Captain Gary Miller​​​The Pontiac Patrol Division was created to provide contracted police services to the City of Pontiac. In addition to performing the conventional duties of law enforcement, the Sheriff's Office maintains a substation in the City of Pontiac, which is open 24 hours a day, affording residents the ability to:

  • Place their house on the House Check list, providing extra patrol during extended periods the homeowner will be away.
  • Make reports of incidents or accidents when a police officer was not called to the scene.
  • Have officers available to talk to Community Groups, Homeowners Associations and Businesses on topics of concern.
  • Provide PBT (preliminary breath tests) at a fee of $10 per test.

 Get e-mail updates and emergency notifications. 

Address:
110 East Pike Street
Pontiac, Michigan, USA 48342

Phone: 248-409-7100

Crime Tips: ​1-888-TURN-1-IN

Fax: 248-409​-7101

Substation Commander: Captain Gary Miller

 
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110 East Pike Street Pontiac, Michigan, USA 48342
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​​To Request an Officer:
When requesting a police officer in an EMERGENCY: 9-1-1
When requesting a police officer to come to your location to make a NON-EMERGENCY Report:
248-858-4950. 

For a specific request of non-emergency service, please fill out the following: Request for Action Form and forward the completed form to the Duty Dayshift Sergeant at the above address, or fax to the above-listed fax number.

Accident Reports: 

You can get a copy of Traffic Crash reports from CLEMIS typically after 7-10 business days. You can get copies of all reports from the Sheriff's Office Records Division, located at 1201 N. Telegraph Road, Pontiac, MI  48341. 

Miscellaneous Forms:

Personal Protection Order (PPO) Instructions:
For information on obtaining a Personal Protection Order (PPO), review this document PPO Instructions and proceed to the Oakland County Circuit Court for proper filing of the PPO request.

Court Information:

Community Policing & Neighborhood Watch Information:

Traffic Safety, Education and Enforcement:

Frequently Asked Questions and Answers:

  • Q: Do you provide court ordered PBT (alcohol breath) tests?
    • A: Yes. There is a $10 fee for each test.
  • Q: I need a full criminal history check for employment or international travel purposes, can I get it done at the Sheriff's Office?

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