A MESSAGE FROM LIEUTENANT WENDY K. REYES
Welcome to the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office Commerce Township Substation Web Page.
The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office provides police services for the residents of Commerce Township. There are currently 34 Deputies assigned to the Commerce Township Substation. This number includes 1 Lieutenant, 3 Sergeants, 3 Investigators, 1 Desk Officer, 3 Liaison Officers to Walled Lake Schools, 23 Deputies assigned to Patrol Duties.
Our Substation is located as 2401 Glengary Road and co-exists with Commerce Township Fire Station #4. Substation business hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
At this location you may obtain copies of accident reports for a minimal fee of $7.00. Local background checks and fingerprints are provided to Commerce Township residents for the purpose of employment and adoption applications. Valid picture identification is required at the time of the request. There is a $10.00 fee for this service. (Only inked impressions will be provided).
Copies of incident reports (burglary, larceny, etc.) may only be obtained from our Central Records Bureau located at 1200 N. Telegraph Road, Building 10E, Pontiac, MI. Concealed Weapons Applications may be obtained at the substation and then returned to the Records Bureau in Pontiac.
On behalf of Sheriff Michael J. Bouchard and Undersheriff Michael McCabe, I would like to thank you for taking time to view this page. We are very happy to be part of this wonderful community and our ongoing desire is to provide you with the best Law Enforcement services possible.
Lieutenant Wendy K. Reyes
Public Safety Home
911 Public Safety Answering Point / Police, Fire & Rescue Communications receives and processes all emergency 9-1-1 calls for assistance, including fire, EMS, and police. Once sufficient information has been gathered, the call-taker must alert the appropriate response agencies, maintain communications, and log all pertinent information. Additionally, all staff must maintain nationally certified Emergency Medical Dispatch training which provides emergency medical instructions to callers, as well as Emergency Police Dispatch training.
Chief of Communications: Ken Collins
Asst. Chief of Communications: Justin Orendorf
Cpl. TAC Officer: John Feather
EMS Call Log Form
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The City of Auburn Hills Dispatching/PSAP (Public Safety Answering Point a.k.a. 911) was transferred to Oakland County Sheriff’s Office Central Dispatch on July 11, 2016, at 7 a.m. This does not change how our Police and Fire Department respond to service needs, only where and who answers 9-1-1 calls and request for Police and Fire.
Anyone who needs emergency response from Police/Fire/EMS should call 9-1-1.
Non-emergency calls for Police/Fire/EMS call 248-370-9444 or 248-858-4911.This will also include requests of the Fire Department.
Walk-in citizens will be handled in the same manner as they traditionally have been. After 10 p.m., the lobby doors will be locked and citizen should use the call box located in the foyer of the Public Safety building to speak to someone.
Our records (reports) bureau, gun registrations and Sex Offender Registration, will continue to operate during administrative hours Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
To make miscellaneous reports, post bond, waivable (fix-it) citations sign off and other police services will still be handle in the same manner at the Public Safety Building 24-hours a day -7-days a week.
Chief LeRonne L. Armstrong was born and raised in West Oakland, California, and is a graduate of McClymonds High School. Chief Armstrong attended California State University, Sacramento, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and holds a Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership.
After graduating college, Chief Armstrong returned home to Oakland where he started his career in public service by joining the Alameda County Juvenile Probation Department. For four years, Armstrong served as a positive role model and provided mentorship for young people living in the same marginalized communities where he grew up. This is where he made the commitment and began the effort to make his community safer.
In 1999, Chief Armstrong joined the Oakland Police Department (OPD) as a police officer. During his 22-year career, he has served in several assignments before being promoted to Chief of Police. He started in patrol, worked as a Problem-Solving Officer, supervised the Gang Intelligence Task Force, and was assigned to the Criminal Investigation Division. He was also a Watch Commander, Commander of the Youth and School Safety Section, Special Resource Commander, Area Commander, and the Commanding Officer of the Special Operations Division.
Chief Armstrong is a graduate of the nationally acclaimed P.E.R.F. (Police Executive Research Forum) Senior Management Institute for Police Executives (S.M.I.P), California POST Leadership School, and the FBI National Academy Session 261. He is a California POST-certified instructor in Procedural Justice and Principled Policing where he is recognized as a California P.O.S.T. Subject Matter Expert. Chief Armstrong is one of the original officers assigned to work on the Oakland Ceasefire Strategy which has reduced violent crime by more than 50% since 2012 and remains as Co-Chair of the Ceasefire Steering Committee. Chief Armstrong leads OPD’s Stop-Data Collection Project which has been recognized nationally for OPD’s implementation of strategies that have reduced the number of OPD traffic stops by 60% since 2016 and stops of African Americans by over 50%. Chief Armstrong has been called upon to train and testify before the State of California’s R.I.P.A board on the Oakland Police Department’s Stop-Data program. He served as the department’s liaison to Stanford University S.P.A.R.K.S. Program and led the implementation of all 50 Stanford recommendations to increase trust from the “Strategies” report.
Chief Armstrong has been the subject of multiple news articles regarding “Black Officers Policing in America” and he’s one of the featured officers in the award-winning documentary “The Force”. He was the former President of the Oakland Black Officers Association and continues to lead the Oakland Police Department's trust-building efforts city-wide. Chief Armstrong resides in Oakland with his wife and two daughters. Chief Armstrong’s career has always been inspired by the idea of being a part of the change you want to see in OPD!
On February 8, 2021, Mayor Libby Schaaf and Oakland Police Commission Chair Regina Jackson swore-in LeRonne L. Armstrong as Chief of the Oakland Police Department.
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Law Enforcement Services in Independence Township are provided by contract with the Oakland County Sheriff's Office.
Lt. Todd Hill, Commander
Oakland County Sheriff’s Substation
6560 Citation Drive
Clarkston, MI 48346
Office Hours are Monday Through Friday (8:00 AM - 4:00 PM)
CONTACT NUMBERS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES:
EMERGENCY PLEASE DIAL 911
NON EMERGENCY please call our Dispatch Center (available 24 hrs, 7 days a week, including holidays: 248-858-4950 Ext #8
(Front Office closed on all major holidays)
The Oakland County Sheriff's Office Mission Statement
The Oakland County Sheriffs Office is dedicated to the safety and protection of the citizens and businesses within our boundaries. We are committed to the task of keeping our courts and correctional system secure and our service is built upon Integrity,respect,vision,and leadership.
Oakland County Sheriff's Office Home Page: Click Here
Do you need a copy of a report, have questions regarding gun registration, or other Records Division related questions?: Click Here
Operation Medicine Cabinet: Prescription Take-Back Program
The Independence Township Sheriff’s Office is a proud partner in Operation Medicine Cabinet. Anyone wishing to dispose of unused prescription medications (no liquids, inhalers or sharps) may bring them to the Substation (6560 Citation Drive) Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM or by appointment. For more information, contact: 248-620-4968.
The Charter Township of Lyon contracts with the Oakland County Sheriff’s Officefor police protection
58000 Grand River Avenue New Hudson, MI 48165 (located below Township Hall)
General Line: 248-437-5600
Non-Emergency Dispatch: 248-858-4950
Link to Substation information on the Oakland County Sheriff Website
Lieutenant Leslie Whitfield
Lyon Township works with the Oakland County Sheriff's Office to provide police services. This provides us with community-oriented policing and crime investigation services.
By contracting with the County, the Township also has access to specialized services that may be needed occasionally, such as the Aviation Unit, K-9 Unit, Horse Mounted Unit, S.W.A.T. Team Drug Enforcement Unit, Auto Theft Team, Fugitive Apprehension Team, and Marine Dive & Rescue.
Our law enforcement services are funded through a dedicated millage and grants.
Police reports, gun permits, and concealed weapons applications may be obtained at the substation Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
Accident reports can be obtained online at http://www.clemis.org.
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