The Milford Police are a department of the Milford Village government, however, the department has contracted out its services with Milford Township for many years and provides full services to the whole community.
The Chief of Police directs 17 full-time sworn officers, who provide 24-hour, 365-day service and response. The officers are well equipped and well trained, and are held to the highest standards of the police profession. Five dispatchers provide complete E-911 communications services. Our dispatchers release reports, issue burn permits, and solve problems based on first-hand knowledge of our community.
One civilian secretary/clerk maintains records and information services and acts as liaison to the public. The clerk prepares permit and employment applications and official department correspondence.
Ten reserve officers augment the strength of road patrol, provide support for parades and special events, and act as an important liaison to the community. The Milford Police reserves are one of Michigan's oldest police auxiliary units, formed in 1950. The reserves meet the same standard of training as the regular officers.
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