Community Engagement
challenge-coin-2017-01The Auburn Hills Police Department has long prided itself on a robust community policing philosophy. This type of policing allows citizens to have a stake in the differences that are made by law enforcement officers in this community on a daily basis. The goal of community policing is to better integrate public service professionals with the people that they serve through education, community engagement events, and personal relationships. The Auburn Hills Police Department offers a wide variety of opportunities to get in involved with the department, below are the current available opportunities.

DEA National Prescription Drug Takeback Day

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) announced that the next National Prescription Drug Take Back Day will be held on Saturday, October 29, 2022, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.   AHPD will be hosting a collection site at the Public Safety Building Lobby (1899 N. Squirrel Rd).  Bring unused prescriptions in a plastic bag, no pill bottles, liquids, or sharps will be accepted.  No Epi-Pens will be accepted.

Any questions about community engagement opportunities or requests to become more involved with AHPD should be directed to Community Engagement Officer Miller.

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Officer Brian Miller