Troy PD has joined with various federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies in an effort to curtail criminal activity directly impacting the Troy business and residential community. Task forces provide personnel, resources, and expertise to enhance law enforcement efforts for all contributing police departments. Task forces have proven to be remarkably successful in reducing criminal activity in and around the City of Troy.
Drug Enforcement Administration Task Force (DEA)
A Troy Officer is assigned to the Drug Enforcement Administration Task Force (DEA) as part of our overall commitment to the enforcement of federal, state, and local narcotics laws. We recognize the importance of well-coordinated efforts between federal, state, and local law enforcement because of the wide-ranging organizations that traffic in illegal narcotics.
FBI-Oakland County Gang and Violent Crime Task Force (OCGVCTF)
In the fall of 2015, Troy PD assigned an investigator to the FBI-Oakland County Gang and Violent Crime Task Force (OCGVCTF). The overall mission of the OCGVCTF is to identify and target violent criminal enterprises that operate in and around the Oakland County area. The OCGVCTF is a joint venture to enhance the effectiveness of Federal, State, and Local law enforcement resources through a well-coordinated initiative, seeking the most effective investigative and prosecutorial avenues by which to convict and incarcerate dangerous offenders.
Southeast Michigan Financial Crimes Task Force (SEMFCTF)
In 2013, Troy PD assigned an investigator to Southeast Michigan Financial Crimes Task Force (SEMFCTF). Staff from the United States Secret Service (USSS), Homeland Security Investigations, U. S. Postal Inspector, Internal Revenue Service, Novi PD, West Bloomfield PD, Royal Oak PD, Southfield PD, and Troy PD comprise this task force. Task Force objective is to connect individual financial crimes with larger cases involving organized criminal groups. SEMFCTF investigates various types of organized financial crimes to include identity theft, device fraud (credit card fraud), and check fraud