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Pause to Save Lives

Plymouth Township Police Department is open to the public with certain conditions.

Your visit to the police department should be for an essential purpose; if you have business at Township Hall you must wear a mask and adhere to our safety protocols.

Please use the drop-off mailboxes for water bills and other correspondence in front of Township Hall. Thanks for your patience.

Purchase Permits for firearms can be placed in the green mailbox in front of the police department in the circle drive.

All critical and emergency services will continue to operate with full staffing.

The Plymouth Twp. Police department will implement a modified report-taking process in light of the current epidemic. The health & safety of our citizens is our top priority. Police officers are frequently in contact with many individuals; therefore, are at a greater risk to be exposed to the COVID-19 virus. Due to these unusual circumstances, our agency will be taking reports via telephone for non-emergency calls for service in an effort to reduce exposure. Officers will still respond to emergency and in-progress calls, and conduct on-scene investigations when needed. We greatly appreciate the support and patience of our community members during this time.

Please be advised that the following changes have been implemented at the Police Department:
 - PBT's will not be administered during the COVID-19 pandemic
- Fingerprinting services have been suspended during the "Pause to Save Lives"
- All citizen requests for copies of accident reports should be obtained thru:

Please do not call 911 for the following:
- Questions about Coronavirus
- Questions about where to get tested
- If you only have mild symptoms such as low fever or cough
Michigan Coronavirus Hotline 1-888-535-6136

Contact your physician first if you have more severe symptoms.

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Please use the below link to learn more about Michigan's response to the Coronavirus