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Dearborn United Dispatch Center

Officer in Charge: Lieutenant Jack Lengyel

Dispatch Center

The Dearborn United Dispatch Center answers calls for five other communities within Wayne County (Westland, Wayne, Garden City, Inkster and Melvindale), providing routine and emergency communication services for over 313,000 citizens. The consolidation serves the national objective of interoperability while improving the coordination of response across jurisdictions when needed. Consolidation also shortened the response times for fire and EMS while reducing the cost of service for taxpayers.

Dispatchers at the state-of-the-art facility receive, screen and prioritize calls for service and initiate appropriate responses and services. The Dispatch Center is equipped with Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) which allows users to create, update, track, and manage all public safety calls for service. It allows dispatchers to plot calls for service on a map and recommend the correct units to send on the call.DUDPatch

Dispatch is also responsible for the following: Neighborhood Watch and TIP Line; monthly siren testing and maintenance of the Outdoor Early Warning Siren System; building alarms; Knox lock boxes; TTY (electronic communication for the hearing impaired); the incident notification paging system; LEIN including queries, entries, cancellations, administrative and Mutual Aid messaging; emergency call boxes; and the Dearborn Fire Department House Watch Program.

Dearborn Special Needs 911 Registry

Neighborhood Watch and TIP Line

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Critical Incident Command Support Unit

Supervisor: Lieutenant Sergio Popescu

The CICSU (Critical Incident Command Support Unit) provides a mobile, flexible and uniquely skilled force to address critical incidents and a variety of community and law enforcement needs. By consolidating major critical incident response assets under one chain of command, the department has an enhanced capability to select, train, plan, direct and deploy those assets timely and effectively.

This unit has the capability to address unique situations with a sizable response force in order to rapidly resolvCICSe a situation and enhance the quality of life for our citizens.

The CICSU was tasked with the coordination of the various COVID-19 Testing Sites around the city. The CICSU Sergeant and Corporal delegated several responsibilities of these testing sites to the Ordinance Division. In return it assisted in ensuring over 25,000 COVID-19 tests were administered to residents of South Eastern Michigan.

These duties included scheduling man power for the testing sites, conducting traffic, setting up and breaking down of testing sites daily, and educating the community on the importance of social distancing and other prevention methods against the worldwide pandemic.

Critical Incident Command Support Unit

Dearborn Police Chief Issa Shahin

Chief ShahinIssa Shahin, appointed in January of 2022, is the Dearborn, Michigan, Chief of Police.
Additional 2022 appointments include joining the Michigan Commission on Law
Enforcement Standards, the Department of Homeland Security’s Faith-Based Security
Advisory Council, and the Ford Motor Company Police Advisory Board. During his 26-
year career with Dearborn Police, Shahin served the department in many roles,
including the commanding officer of the Investigative Division, a captain in the
Investigative and Patrol Divisions, and a lieutenant in the Critical Incident and
Community Support Unit. Between 2009 and 2013, Shahin was a sergeant in the
Tactical Patrol Unit, and an ATF task force officer. Issa Shahin earned a Bachelor of
Science degree cum laude in political science and government, and a master's degree
in homeland security and emergency management, from Eastern Michigan University
(EMU). He is also a graduate of EMU's Police Staff & Command Executive Program
and spent several years studying at the American University in Cairo. As leader of one
of the largest police departments in Michigan, he strives to promote procedural justice,
where officers and citizens alike are treated with dignity and respect, are given a voice,
and can view their interactions with decision makers as neutral, transparent, and

Phone number: 313-943-2235
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Annual Crime Report

The Dearborn Police Department's Annual Crime Report contains crime statistics for the previous year. Please see the links below to view the most recent report.

Additionally, the report can be obtained at any branch of the Dearborn Public Library.

2019 Annual Crime Report