Police Department FAQ
Does the Township Police Department provide services to the youth of the Community?
The department has an active School Resource Officer program. This program assigns one police officer to serve the five elementary schools in our community and another officer in the two middle schools. These officers provide drug and violence prevention programs (T.E.A.M) and act as a resource to the school administrators in safety, disciplinary, and intervention areas.
Does the police department provide property checks while we are away on vacation?
Yes - Vacation check forms may be obtained at the police department or
through this website. Vacation check forms are located under forms and
permits (police Dept)
What are the police department hours?
Officers are available to file complaints and accident reports 24 hours a
day 7 days a week. Copies of reports, fingerprinting and complaint
Inquiries can be done Monday- Friday 830am - 400pm
Where is the 35th District court located?
660 Plymouth Rd, Plymouth, MI 48170 (west of Haggerty Rd)
Can I pay a ticket at police station?
NO. Tickets must be paid by mail or at the 35th District Court.
Do I report an electrical power outage to the police department?
NO. You must contact Detroit Edison at 800-477-4747
My car has been impounded, where is the tow yard?
All vehicles Impounded by the Plymouth Township Police are taken to
Mayflower Towing which is located at :
1179 Starkweather St. Plymouth MI 48170
* You MUST obtain a vehicle release from the Police dept and provide valid registration and insurance.