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​​​​​Neighborhood Events

Whether you're planning a formal meeting or an informal event, consider ​inviting community engagement officers to join the conversation. These events are a great way to get to know your local officers and ask questions in a casual setting.

To invite an officer to your event please contact Sgt. Corey Mills at 734.794.6900, ext. 49112, or email cmills@a2gov.org. ​​

​Presentations an​​d T​ours

The community engagement unit offers a wide variety of presentations. Tours of the Ann Arbor Police Station are also available.  To schedule a presentation, please contact Sgt. Corey Mills at 734.794.6900, ext. 49112, or cmills@a2gov.org.​​    

Corporat​e Presentations

Presentations are available to all businesses on a variety of topics including:

  • Financial crimes and identity theft.

  • Holiday safety tips.

  • Retail fraud prevention.

  • Workplace violence prevention​.​

School Pres​​entations 

An assortment of presentations are available for schools that would like to have an officer visit to promote good relationships with the police and provide educational material to youth.

  • ​Books and Badges - This program promotes a positive association between our police officers and children in the community while encouraging an interest in reading.
  • Officer Friendly - This program introduces students to police officers to foster a positive relationship.  Students meet a uniformed officer and learn about their job and equipment.

Senior P​resentations

The community engagement unit strives to team with seniors in reducing their vulnerability with criminal behavior, consequently improving their quality of life through education and partnership.

The Coffee and Conversation with a Cop presentation has been implemented by the AAPD in an effort to enhance communication between senior community members and the police d​epartment. These events are available to interested groups of seniors who would like the opportunity to ask questions and learn about new programs and efforts the police are currently focusing on in their neighborhoods. There is no set agenda for these meetings and is driven by the questions and concerns brought forward by those attending.  Contact Sgt. Corey Mills at 734.794.6900, ext. 49112, or email cmills@a2gov.org f​​or upcoming Coffee and Conversation with a Cop dates and times.

Tours of the Ann Arbor Police Station

The Ann Arbor Police Department welcomes community and student organizations for tours of the police station. Tour groups will learn about the equipment police officers use and the responsibilities of the police department. The police station tour will show the different operational areas including patrol operations, detective bureau, and jail cell area.

Tours must be scheduled at least 14 days in advance to ensure sufficient personnel are available. For safety reasons, we ask that tour groups are no larger than 20 people and that enough adults are present to supervise children.

Please contact Sgt. Corey Mills at 734.794.6910, ext. 49112, or  cmills@a2gov.org to schedule a tour.​ 

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