The concept of crime prevention consists of steps you can take to limit your chances of becoming a victim of a crime. The Dearborn Police Crime Prevention Unit enlists the participation of citizens in cooperation with the Police Department with the purpose to reduce crime, create an alert neighborhood and facilitate the reporting of suspicious activity.
The Crime Prevention Unit consists of four full-time sworn police officers and one Sergeant; and falls under the supervision of the Training & Development Office. Programs offered include; Neighborhood Watch, Operation Identification, Community Policing, Home Safety, Personal Safety, ATM Safety, and Identification Fraud.
To arrange for any of these programs contact any Community Policing Officer at 313-943-3092 or 313-943-2244 or 313-943-2238.
Community Policing Unit
The Department’s Community Policing Unit consists of two full-time sworn police officers, supported by three additional officers and one Sergeant. The purpose of Community Policing is to offer a wide range of services designed to improve the quality of life within the community. This is achieved by working in a partnership between the community and the police department. Community Policing consists of community education, crime prevention, crime reduction, and problem solving. The Community Policing Unit can focus on the needs of citizens and businesses located within the City.
The hours of the Warren Avenue Community Police Office are Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
For further information call Community Policing at 313-943-2800.
Neighborhood Watch Program