When requesting a police officer in an EMERGENCY:
When requesting a police officer to come to your location to make a NON-EMERGENCY Report:
For a specific request of non-emergency service, please fill out the following:Request for Action Form
Forward the completed form to the Duty Dayshift Sergeant at the above address, or fax to the above-listed fax number.
Police incident and Traffic Crash reports can be picked up from the substation typically within 3-5 business days. You can get a copy of Traffic Crash reports from CLEMIS
typically after 7-10 business days. Copies of reports picked up from the Rochester Hills substation are $4 for the first page and $1 for each additional page thereafter. You can also get copies of all reports from the Sheriff's Office Records Division, located at 1201 N. Telegraph Road, Pontiac, MI 48341.
Special Needs Form
– To alert dispatch and responding personnel that a person at the residence has special needs.
- To assist in keeping track of information relating to your valuables.
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.
Traffic Safety, Education and Enforcement:
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers:
Q: Can I get fingerprints taken for employment purposes?
A: Yes. There is a $5 fee and is available for Rochester Hills city residents and can be taken at the Rochester Hills Sheriff substation.
Q: Do you provide court ordered PBT (alcohol breath) tests?
A: Yes. There is a $5 fee for each test and is available for Rochester Hills city residents. You must be pre-paid to have tests conducted on weekends and holidays. Payment for PBT tests is only accepted during normal business hours 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Q: Does the Sheriff's Office provide a clearance letter for pre-employment or for coaching children's sports?
A: We provide a basic "Letter of Good Conduct" for a Rochester Hills resident which is not a criminal background check. A Good Conduct Letter is a document that reflects a check of local police records regarding negative police contacts.
Q: I need a full criminal history check for employment or international travel purposes, can I get it done at the Sheriff's Office?