Lake Angelus Police

The Lake Angelus City Council appointed Michael Farley to the position of Chief of Police of the Lake Angelus Police Department on January 16, 2018. Michael was an officer with the LAPD since April, 2012. He was employed as a sworn Police Officer with the Oakland County Sheriff's Office, the Farmington Hills Police Department - where he retired after 27 years of service - and the Lathrup Village Police Department. In addition to many awards/promotions he was elected Police Officer of the Year in 1989 and 1999 for the Farmington HIlls Police Department.

Contact

Emergencies: Dial 9-1-1
Phone:
Cell: 1 (248) 379-2636
Station: (248) 332-1220

Fax: 248-332-1295

Lake Angelus Police Department
3575 Baldwin Road
Lake Angelus, MI 48326

House Check

The House Check Request program is designed to give residents of Lake Angelus a piece of mind when they are away form their home for an extended period.  

To register for the program, download the House Check Request form and return the completed form the the Lake Angelus Police Department using one of the following methods:

Mail the completed for to:
Lake Angelus Police Department
3575 Baldwin Road
Lake Angelus, Michigan 48326

Fax the completed form to:
248-332-1295

Links

Offender Tracking (OTIS)
Michigan Sex Offender Registry
Oakland County Sheriff's Office
Michigan Department of Corrections
FBI's Most Wanted Fugitives
Pay for Crash Reports

Crash Reports

The Lake Angelus Police Department now makes purchasing accident/crash reports and/or paying traffic tickets easier and more convenient. Crash reports may be purchased and ticket fines paid using your VISA or MasterCard.

FAQ

When do I call 911?
Only call 911 for actual emergencies! For non-emergencies and information, you may call (248) 332-1220.
 

I have locked my keys in my car! Can you help me?
Sorry, but the Lake Angelus Police Department no longer offers lockout service. We suggest you call a tow company or a locksmith to assist you.
 

Can I make a report with the Lake Angelus Police Department if the crime or accident occurred outside the city?
No. Even though you may live here, we can only take reports of crimes or accidents that occur within the city limits. You will have to contact the jurisdiction where the incident occurred to file a police report. If it is an incident that is not serious in nature, the police department in the jurisdiction in which it occurrred may have a program similar to the Lake Angelus Police Department's in which you can file the report right over the telephone.
 

Can you tell me if someone I know has been arrested?
We can tell you if they are in the police station, at the court, or if we transported them to the Oakland County Jail. In certain situations, we will release what charges they are facing, but for specific information we may refer you to the Freedom of Information Act.
 

How do I get a copy of a police report?
Through the CLEMIS System, the Lake Angelus Police Department now makes purchasing accident/crash reports and/or paying tra ffic tickets easier and more convenient. Crash reports may be purchased and ticket fines paid using your Visa or MasterCard. Please use this link.
 

When can I make a missing person report?
Usually the person must be missing for 24 hours. However, if the missing person is a minor, or if there are extenuating circumstances, the Lake Angelus Police Department will take a missing persons report immediately.​

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