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MACP ImageDearborn Police Department
16099 Michigan Ave.
Dearborn, MI 48126
313-943-2241 (Non-emergency)

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Office of the Chief of Police
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Administrative Division
Commander Andrew Zelazny

Internal Affairs Unit

Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)

Critical Incident Command Support Unit

False Alarm Inquiries

Police FOIA Support
313-943-3048 Fax
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Investigative Division

Commander Timothy McHale 313-943-2237, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Liquor Control/Enforcement

Neighborhood Community Policing Initiative

Neighborhood Watch Program

Operation Identification

Patrol Division

Commander Madou Bazzi 313-943-2249, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Captain Vincent Belloli, 313-943-2055

Record Bureau
313-943-3048 Fax

Special Events Coordinator

Special Needs Registry
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TIP Line (Non-Emergency)

Traffic Safety / Accident Investigation Bureau

Training Office

Online Citizens Police Report System

Use the Dearborn Police Department Incident Reporting System to submit a report online immediately for non-emergency crimes, such as minor traffic accidents, lost property or crime tips.
This system should only be used if the incident fits the following circumstances:
• Do NOT use this system if this is an emergency. If you have an emergency please call 911 immediately.
• The incident must have occurred within the City of Dearborn limits.
• There are no known suspects involved (excluding gas theft drive-off or defrauding an innkeeper incidents).
• There is no evidence that could lead to identification of a suspect (prints, video surveillance, tools, etc.).
• Incidents of lost or stolen forms of ID (e.g. driver’s license, social security card, passport) or financial transaction devices (e.g. ATM, credit/debit cards) MUST be made in person and cannot be made online.

Click here to report a non-emergency crime


Online Services

The City of Dearborn and the Dearborn Police Department are constantly working to provide online services to our community.

From this page you can send a FOIA Request or obtain a copy of an accident report. You can also sign up for some our services including our House Check program and the Special Needs 911 Registry.

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Parking / Ordinance Enforcement

The Parking Ordinance Enforcement Unit is responsible for all enforcement action within the parking districts and streeParkingSignts of the City. These Officers are also responsible for public service days, abandoned vehicles, nuisance violations, commercial vehicle parking complaints, residential zoning complaints, school crossing details and ordinance violations.

Utilizing new electronic citation technology, Officers are able to use eChalking for parking spaces and eliminates paper processes. The technology also allows Officers to create citations and transmit the data directly to the 19th District Court while away from the police station. This allows residents to make inqueries in a more timely and transparent fashion.

Special Parking Permits
Parking ordinances are strictly enforced in the City of Dearborn. Understandably, some special parking permits may be needed for approved exemptions. Applications need to be approved before the special parking is allowed.

See below for links to download permit applications. Fill out the required permit application, provide the requested materials and bring to the Dearborn Police Department to begin the permit approval process.

Public Service Days Parking Exemption Application

Residential and Handicapped Permit Parking Application

Commercial Vehicle Permit Parking Application

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