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Chief of Police Gary G. Mayer
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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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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

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Recent News

  • The City of Troy (Police Department) is now accepting applications for Police Officer. Duties include protection of life and property through enforcement of laws and ordinances. Patrols assigned areas, investigates and makes arrests, directs and controls traffic, writes violation tickets, prepares reports, appears in court, provides service and assistance to public, performs related work as assigned. See our announcement here.

  • We are seeking any information the public may have regarding a shooting that occurred at the Clark Gas Station at South Blvd. and Rochester Road on Saturday February 8, 2014. Please see our press releases <a href="> here.

  • Troy has been named Safest City in Michigan again! CQ Press has released their “City Crime Rankings 2014: Crime in Metropolitan America:” (http://os.cqpress.com/citycrime/2013/cc2014.htm). Troy is ranked as the 1st overall safest city in Michigan and 35th overall safest city in America (regardless of population size). Making this designation more significant is Troy’s proximity to more dangerous areas. See our Press Release here.

  • This summer the Community Services Section of the Troy Police Department will be hosting a one day summer clinic for kids 8-12 years of age. This one day clinic is designed for children 8 – 12 years old to become familiar with the Troy Police Department. Topics include: Safety with Strangers, Staying Home Alone, Gun Safety and basic first aid. Each day includes a K9, Evidence Tech and SWAT team demonstrations. They will learn basic defensive tactics and go through an obstacle course, along with many more fun and exciting tasks. Lunch and a snack will be provided. Tennis Shoes must be worn. Clinic is held from 9am-3pm & cost is $10 per child. Open to Troy residents. Registration is required. Information and Applications are available at the front police desk or application for 8-9 year old or application for 10-12 year old. Registration ends May 11th, 2014. Parents will also have to sign this waiver.

  • The Troy Police Department has partnered with Crime Mapping.com CrimeMapping.com to offer residents and visitors of Troy information on the latest crime incidents. This is a FREE smart phone app which can be downloaded from the links here. Crime incidents are pulled from our reporting database and transposed onto a map centered on the user’s smart phone location. Incident details only include type of crime and general location.

  • The Michigan State Police, Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division has created a packet full of flooding preparedness information . The information is also available at the Michigan Flood Ready website


  • As a reminder, the Troy Police Department also 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 10 pm weekdays, and 8 am to 4 pm on weekends.

  • The Troy Police Department and Troy School District have enjoyed a long standing partnership to ensure the safety of the students, staff and visitors to Troy schools. With the increased need to ensure security and safety, both the school district and the police department have taken a proactive step in collaborating on a dedicated School Resource Officer (SRO). See Press Release here.

  • The City of Troy Department of Public Works is now on Facebook and Twitter! Check out the links below:
    www.facebook.com/TroyDPW
    www.twitter.com/@TroyDPW

  • 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.