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City of Troy

500 West Big Beaver
Troy, MI 48084
Ph: 248.524.3300

Divisions & Special Units

Police Department

Office of the Chief of Police 
The Police Department is headed by the Chief, who is the commanding officer of the police force.  The Chief directs the police work of the City and is responsible for the enforcement of law and order.  Chief Frank Nastasi has led the Troy Police Department since 2018.

The Professional Standards & Training Section reports directly to the Chief of Police.



Investigative / Administrative Services Division
Investigative/Administrative Services Division consists of all investigative and many support elements of the Department.  This section works with numerous federal, state, county, and local law enforcement and public service agencies.  The following units make up the Investigative/Administrative Services Division:

Criminal Investigations
Special Investigations Unit
Criminal Intelligence Unit
Task Forces
Community Services Section
School Resource Officers
Communications Section
Lock-Up Section
Records Section
Property Section
Research & Technology Section


Operations Division
The primary function of the Operations Division is responding to calls for service, detecting and preventing crime, and conducting initial incident and crime scene investigations. The Operations Section is functional 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year.  The following units make up the Operations Division:

Patrol Shifts (Days, Afternoons & Midnights)
Evidence Technician Unit
K-9 Unit
Honor Guard
Tactical Support Team
Crisis Negotiation Team
Field Training
Traffic Safety Specialists
Directed Patrol Unit
Retail Liaison Officers

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