Police Department

Mission Statement

"To Keep Royal Oak Safe."

Vision Statement

"To build Michigan's premier police agency that is a recognized leader for efficiency, effectiveness, innovation, and public safety".
2017 Police Report
Crime Mapping
Crime Stoppers
Learn about specific crime types, calls for service and more. Read the 
Royal Oak Police Department 
2016 Annual Report 
CrimeMapping.com allows residents to map out reported, verified criminal activity near any address. For more information, go to crimemapping.com.
If you have information about a crime you want to share anonymously, call Crime Stoppers of Southeast Michigan at 1-800-SPEAK UP.

Royal Oak Citizens Police Academy: Apply Now

The citizens police academy is an exciting seven-week course that meets once a week on Wednesday evenings at the police station at 6:30 p.m. Classes last for approximately three hours.

The fall session begins Oct. 4, 2017.

Apply today at: https://seam.ly/ilbAwrwf

Open only to residents of Royal Oak, attendees get an insider's look at the internal operations and challenges of the police department. You must be 18 years of age or older to attend the academy. All potential applicants are screened before they are accepted. You will be notified no later than Sept. 30, 2017, if you have been admitted.

Questions regarding the academy should be directed to Lt. Al Carter at albertc@romi.gov.