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Chief of Police

Chief of Police Gary G. Mayer
About Chief Gary Mayer

Mission Statement

The Mission of the City of Troy Police Department is the protection of life, property and human rights, through law enforcement service.

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About Us

Department Overview by Chief of Police Gary Mayer.

Troy Police Department

Welcome to the Troy, Michigan Police Department

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-Emergency: (248) 524-3477

ONLINE - Citizens Police Reporting System CLICK HERE!

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Recent News

  •  The Records Section will be closed on Friday, November 20 as well as Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 26 and Friday, November 27.

  • The Troy Police Department Records Section now has the 2015 dog licenses for sale, three year licenses and one year licenses. To avoid a late fee, get your license before June 1, 2015.

  • The Troy Police Department participates in the ongoing Operation Medicine Cabinet, and any unused medications (pills) can be brought into the police lobby and turned in. Those hours are 7 am to 9 pm weekdays, and 8 am to 3 pm on weekends. We can only take in pills or capsules, no liquids, gels, injectables or powders can be accepted for disposal. Please place all pills and capsules into a ziplock baggie prior to bring in them to the Police department, medications may be mixed.

  • Weather Emergencies

    Weather EmergenciesTornado sirens are tested on the first Saturday of the month at 1 pm from March through November. In the event of a weather emergency, seek shelter and tune to your local television or radio station for further information. For further information, visit Oakland County Homeland Security Division.