The Plymouth Township Police Department, in conjunction with the City of Plymouth Police Department, offers a program to our physically or mentally impaired citizens who might walk away from their homes and be unable to communicate their name or address to authorities.
A file is maintained in the Police Department containing a photo and contact information for these citizens. In the event they become disoriented or lost, we will have the information available to identify the person. We will then contact the responsible person listed on their form and return them safely to their homes.
With assistance of Jack's Place for Autism, the Plymouth Township Police offers the following items for pickup, free of charge, at our front desk located at 9955 N. Haggerty Rd.
House/door stickers and vehicle clings.
At the time of pick up we would request that a Safe Citizens Form or Autism File and Emergency Contact Form be completed. The completion of the form is not required but will assist police and fire first responders in properly assisting those in need.
Photos: Once the form is completed, attach a current photo of the person. If you complete the form online, please remember to bring in your photo(s). You may drop off hard copy forms and photos at:
Plymouth Township Police Department
9955 N. Haggerty Rd.
Plymouth, MI 48170
Please help us to keep our records updated by notifying us if the person moves out of the city or township, or no longer requires this service.
Contact Information: If you have any questions, please contact Renee Revels, City of Plymouth Police Department at (734) 453-1234 ext. 210 or Plymouth Township Police Department at (734) 354-3232.
Jack's Place for Autism: Jack’s Place for Autism was created by Jim and Lisa Price as a non-profit to help families in Metro Detroit cope with Autism.
Jack's Place Mission Statement Jack's Place is dedicated to providing support, education, compassion and a comprehensive array of services to help families cope with the everyday challenges of autism.
What is Autism? Autism is a neurological disorder of the brain that typically appears before the age of three. It is referred to as a spectrum disorder because it comes in many different forms and severities.
People with autism have difficulty communicating with others and relating to the outside world. They may exhibit repeated body movements (hand flapping, rocking), have unusual responses to both people and objects, and resist change in daily routine. Many also experience unusual sensitivities to light, color, sound touch, taste and smell.
Contact Jack's Place: Office: (248) 443-7427 Fax: (248) 443-7145