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CodeRed is a community notification software. After you make an account, you will receive a notification via text or email when there is an emergency in the area. Some examples of notifications are evacuation notices, bio-terrorism alerts, boil water notices, and missing child reports.
The House Key program is a free service provided to the residents of the City of Bloomfield Hills by the Public Safety Department. The purpose is to provide a safe and secure location for an additional key to your house to be stored.
Should you become locked out of your house, you can call our station and an officer will respond with the key and assist you in opening your home. Your key will only be used by this department in cases of an emergency such as medical problems or fire emergencies.
To register for this program you will need to fill out the house key form below or pick up a copy at our front desk. Once this is completed, bring it along with a key to the front desk and drop it off. The form will need to be notarized and either the Chief or certain on-duty dispatchers can assist you with that.
Yes, we now allow residents to use our range facilities to shoot their private firearms. You will need to supply your own ammunition and we require lead-free frangible ammunition. This can be purchased at your local gun shop. Residents wishing to use the range facilities must make arrangements ahead of time with one of our range officers. Please call 248-644-4200 and ask to speak with a range officer to set up your appointment.
The House Watch program is a free service provided to the residents of the City of Bloomfield Hills by the Public Safety Department.
To take advantage of this free service call 248-644-4200 or complete the House Watch Request online form, whenever you are leaving your home unoccupied for 2 or more days (some houses we watch 3 to 4 months). Let the Communications Specialist or Officer who answers the phone know you would like to be placed on House Watch.
They will ask you several questions and then your house will be placed on the watch list. Throughout the time you will be gone an officer will periodically check the outside of your home and if anything unusual is found or occurs to your home, you or your contact person will be notified.
OK2SAY is a new program that enables students to confidentially report potential harm or criminal activities involving students or school employees.
Students (and others) can submit tips 24/7 by telephone, text, Email, Smart Phone App, or via a web-based form on the OK2SAY Website.
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