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Crime Reporting

Emergencies may be reported by dialing 9-1-1.  Non-emergency police incidents occurring within the jurisdiction of the Farmington Hills Police Department may be reported in person at any time. Non-emergency reports may be made at the Command Desk at the Police Department.  If you are currently in the city, you may call 248-871-2600 to have a police car dispatched to your location.  Questions or inquiries may be directed to the Police Command Desk at (248) 871-2610.

Crime Tips

The Department encourages crime tip reporting. Properly reported tips are assigned to an investigator for follow up. Tipsters may remain anonymous and/or request that their identities remain confidential. Call (248) 871-2610 to report a crime tip or for further information.

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How to Report Domestic Violence to Police

If you are in immediate danger, call 9-1-1 or ask a neighbor to call if you are unable.  If you are not in immediate danger but wish to report the incident, call the Farmington Hills Police Department non-emergency number (248) 871-2600, or come to the Farmington Hills Police Department.  This should be done as soon as possible after the incident to preserve evidence.  You should also seek medical attention for any injuries you may have suffered.

All reports of domestic violence are investigated.

For more information about domestic violence, visit the Oakland County Coordinating Council Against Domestic Violence website.

Personal Protection Order

A PPO can be obtained from the Oakland County Courthouse located at 1200 N. Telegraph in Pontiac.  The PPO form is available at the Juvenile Intake Division on the ground floor of the Courthouse.  You can get assistance in completing the form at the Women’s Survival Center, also located on the ground floor of the Courthouse.
 

For more information about how to obtain a PPO, you can call the Women’s Survival Center PPO Assistance Office at (248) 975-9511 or visit the Oakland County Coordinating Council Against Domestic Violence website

Counseling ReferencesTop of Page

Information about shelters and resources for domestic violence victims is available from a statewide 24 hour toll free hotline at (800) 799-SAFE (7233).

Counseling and Crisis:

Catholic Social Services
(248) 548-4044

Common Ground
(248) 456-0909

H.A.V.E.N.
(248) 334-1274
(248) 592-2300

Jewish Family Services
Department of Human Services (DHS)
(866) 975-5010

Legal Information:

Oakland County Bar Association (Lawyer Referral)
(248) 334-3400

Shelters:

H.A.V.E.N.  (24 Hours)
(248) 334-1274

Jewish Family Services
(248) 592-2300

If you need help from other public service agencies, you may seek help from some of following listed organizations.

Domestic and Sexual Assault:

The Haven, located in Pontiac
24-hour line (248) 334-1274

LaCasa, located in Howell
24-hour line (866) 522-2725


Suicide Prevention:

Common Ground
24-hour line  (248) 456-0909 or
Toll Free (800) 231-1127

Suicide Prevention Center
24-hour line  (248) 456-0909
Toll Free (800) 231-1127
 

Poison Control:

Poison Control (Children and Adults)
24-hour line  (800) 222-1222
24-hour line  (248) 745-5711
 

Family Service and Counseling:

Oakland County Family Services
(248) 858-7766


Substance Abuse:

Alcoholics Anonymous
(248) 332-3521

Alateen Alanon
(248) 706-1020

Common Ground
24-hour line  (248) 456-0909 or
Toll Free (800) 231-1127

24 Hour Crisis Intervention:

H.A.V.E.N.
(248) 334-1274
Toll Free: (877) 922-1274

Common Ground Sanctuary
(248) 456-0909 or (800) 231-1127

 

FraudTop of Page

Resource materials are available at the Command Desk of the Police Department for identity theft victims.
 

Status of Investigations

Due to the confidential and sensitive nature of criminal investigations, information and the status of open investigations will not be provided over the internet.  If you are the victim of a crime and request updated information regarding the status of your case, please contact the Investigative Division.  You may telephone the Investigative Division during normal business hours at (248) 871-2770, Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM.

Please be prepared to provide the complaint number of your case, if known.  If the detective in charge is unavailable to promptly respond, please request to speak with a supervisor.

Farmington Hills Police Department’s Unsolved Incidents

Danielle StislickiDANIELLE STISLICKI - MISSING PERSON
Danielle Stislicki, a 28 year old Farmington Hills resident, was last seen Dec. 2, 2016. She left her job at MetLife in Southfield and was never seen again. Her Jeep was found a day later, parked outside her home at the Independence Green apartments in the area of Halsted and Grand River in Farmington Hills.  Investigators believe that Danielle was the victim of a homicide.  The public should be alert for any potential evidence.  Evidence could be out in the open or concealed inside objects such as bags, containers, suitcases, trunks or bedding.  Items to be watchful for are Danielle’s sky blue colored three-in-one Eddie Bauer coat, black zip-up shirt, blue jeans, and burgundy boots.  The public is also asked to look for a tan and brown striped comforter, which could also be important to this case.

Up to $125,000 in rewards may be available from private sources in this case.

Anyone with information about Danielle Stislicki’s disappearance is asked to call the Farmington Hills Police Department at 248-871-2610.
 

Edgardo PerezMACHEK MURDER – The Farmington Hills Police Department is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of an international fugitive, Edgardo Luis Perez, who is wanted for murder, international flight, and the unauthorized use of the murder victim’s credit card.  The victim, Gordon Machek, was discovered murdered in his Farmington Hills home on October 20, 2001.

Edgardo Perez is a former resident of Beverly Hills, Michigan.  He may be hiding in Mexico, Spain, Puerto Rico, or the United States.

Investigators are still looking for the victim’s remains and the missing black-colored steamer trunk believed to contain the body.  The trunk looks like a pirate’s chest.  It is 2’x4’x3’ with metal straps, handles, and a pull-out wooden tray.

WANTED FOR HOMICIDE

Edgardo Perez, Hispanic male, age 19 at date of murder, 5’6”, 140 lbs., brown hair, brown eyes, no scars.

Please contact Detective Sergeant Scott Cronin with any information at (248) 871-2775 or (248) 871-2770.  For immediate assistance with information, please contact the Command Desk at (248) 871-2610 24 hours a day.

Darlene McKenzieMCKENZIE MURDER– Crime Stoppers is offering a $2,500 reward for any information regarding the murder of Darlene Rene’ McKenzie.
In June of 1975, Oakland County Road Commission employees found the remains of a young female in the area of I-696 east of Haggerty Road.  The Oakland County Medical Examiner determined the young female was the victim of a homicide.  The victim remained unidentified until 2016, when she was matched to a missing person report made by her now adult daughter.  Through DNA collected from her daughter, the victim was identified as Darlene Rene’ McKenzie.  Darlene was 15 years old at the time of her death and was a resident of Detroit.

Please contact the Farmington Hills Police Department Command Desk at 248-871-2610 24 hours a day or a Detective Sergeant at 248-871-2770 during business hours with any information about this case.  You can also contact Michigan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAKUP (1-800-773-2587) to provide information.
 

School Liaison Officers

The Department, in cooperation with the Farmington Public Schools, assigns School Liaison Officers to provide law enforcement resources to all Farmington Hills schools. The School Liaison Program has been in effect since 1989. School Liaison Officers maintain offices at North Farmington and Harrison High Schools. These officers investigate incidents that occur on school property, serve as resources for school administration, staff and students, and provide a link between the students and the Police Department.

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