Police Department

Welcome to the Madison Heights Police Department

The Madison Heights Police Department has introduced a new concept of community awareness that invites citizens to join with us in making Madison Heights a more pleasant, comfortable, and safe place to live, work and play.

Accident Reports

Insurance agencies requesting state accident reports will be able to access the information online at CLEMIS. The Madison Heights Police Department no longer processes insurance requests for state accidents (effective November 11, 2009).

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The Madison Heights Police Department is committed to enhancing the quality of life and eliminating the fear of criminal activity within the community. We are a progressive organization devoted to maintaining citizen satisfaction and cooperation. 


Information & Resources


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Chief of Police


New Roberts Our commitment is to improve the quality of life through operating on the principles of quality leadership and community partnership which promotes a safe and secure community.

 About Chief Anthony Roberts 


Trash Day Parking


Parking on streets during scheduled trash collection days is prohibited between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Any person who violates this ordinance will be ticketed. A special parking permit may be issued as determined by the Police Department. However, there is a fee associated with the parking permit.


Contact Us


Madison Heights Police Department
280 West 13 Mile Road
Madison Heights, Michigan  48071

Phone: 248-585-2100
Emergencies:  Dial 911 

Anthony Roberts is the Police Chief

The Madison Heights Police Department welcomes the public to use the police Department lobby or front parking lot as a “Transaction Safe Zone” – A place to meet potential buyers and sellers (Craigslist etc.), set up parent / child drop-offs / exchanges, etc. The Madison Heights Police Department is located at 280 W. 13 Mile Road in Madison Heights (Behind City Hall).