The Ann Arbor Police Department will be hosting the following Ward meetings in April:
April 5, 2022 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. for Wards 1 & 5: Access to AAPD Internal Affairs.
April 7, 2022 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. for Wards 2, 3, 4: Access to AAPD Internal Affairs.
Spread the word and invite your neighbors!
"Find My Ward"
The AAPD is honored to allow our citizens see, first hand, how we serve the community from the inside out. Station tours expose citizens to our patrol division and our detective division to see the behind the scenes work that goes on within the AAPD. To schedule a station tour, please contact Police Service Specialist Susan Casey, 734.794.6900, ext. 49526, or [email protected].
The AAPD is excited to share with you in detail how we serve the Ann Arbor community. Topics of conversations can range from providing an understanding of our philosophy of service to our hiring/training practices. To schedule a presentation, please contact Police Service Specialist Susan Casey, 734.794.6900, ext. 49526 or [email protected].
The AAPD encourages our citizens to ride a long with officers during the performance of their daily duties. The has been one of the more popular services and outreach activities we provide. Ride alongs allow you to “partner" with a police officer and learn how we respond to calls. This experience will allow you to really understand just how unique police service is in the city of Ann Arbor. People interested must go through a basic background check and must be at least 16 years of age. To schedule a ride-along, call the AAPD command desk at 734.794.6921. Please print and complete the ride-along waiver (PDF) and bring it with you to your scheduled appointment. (NOTE: Scheduling for the ride-along program is temporarily on hold due to COVID-19. AAPD looks forward to reinstating this popular program as soon as it is safe to do so. Thank you for your patience.)
School Conversations and Engagement
The AAPD is committed to engaging with the youth of our city. We believe youth are the voice of the future. The AAPD provides a wide array of presentations for youth of all ages and grade levels K-12. (use Elementary info currently on website) Our commitment to community policing, communication, transparency, and citizen input involves our youth as well as adult citizens. We encourage youth input in how we provide our services, and there is no better way to engage than having conversations from the youth perspective. To schedule a with the AAPD, please contact Police Service Specialist Susan Casey, 734.794.6900, ext. 49526 or [email protected].