Keep up with Ann Arbor Police Department news, events and updates.
Saturday Jan. 25, 2020 and February 1, 2020: Ready Ann Arbor Training presented by the Ann Arbor Police and Fire Departments, from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Learn about fire safety, using a fire extinguisher, hands only CPR, Stop the bleed, self defense, active shooter presentation, and crime and fraud prevention. There is no cost for the training. The deadline to apply is Friday December 6, 2019. Please click on the link below to fill out an application online. For more information, email Susan Casey at firstname.lastname@example.org
Members of the media seeking more information can contact the police department:
Lieutenant Aimee Metzer, 734.794.6930, extension 49301 | email@example.com, for all crime-related media inquiries.
Lieutenant Renee Bush, 734.794.6940, extension 49401 | firstname.lastname@example.org, for all traffic-related media inquiries or any non-criminal inquires.
AAPD by the Numbers
View statistics (PDF) on crime in the city and AAPD response and service.
Current Scams to Be Aware Of
Visit the "frauds and scams" page to learn about the latest scams taking place nationally and/or locally.
Online Crime Mapping features reported, verified criminal activity searchable by address, crime types, date ranges and provides the option to generate reports.
Community engagement officers have teamed up with Community Television Network (CTN) to create brief video segments featuring useful information for the public. The A2 Shield began in 2015 to create a dialog between the police and the public. Episodes cover important public safety topics, police department news and events, as well as law enforcement personnel perspectives. Visit CTN's YouTube channel to watch episodes of A2 Shield.