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Ann Arbor Fire Department

Stations at 111 N. Fifth, 2130 Jackson, 2415 Huron Pkwy., 1946 Beal, & 1881 Briarwood Cir. fire@a2gov.org, a2gov.org/fire

Emergency: 911. Nonemergency dispatch: (734) 793-0911


Ann Arbor Police Department

a2gov.org/police
301 E. Huron [map]
Emergency: 911. Nonemergency dispatch: (734) 994-2911 (24 hours)


Pittsfield Police Department

Emergency: 911. Dispatch nonemergency: (734) 822-4911, ext. 8. Confidential tip line: (734) 822-4958. publicsafety@pittsfield-mi.gov, pittsfield-mi.gov
6227 W. Michigan Ave. [map]
(734) 822-4911


U-M Division of Public Safety and Security

DPSS conducts all U-M police and security operations. DPSS administration: (734) 763-8391 (Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.). U-M anonymous tip line: (734) 763-9180. dpss-safety-security@umich.edu, dpss.umich.edu
U-M Police Department: 1239 Kipke. Administration: 109 E. Madison
Emergency: 911. (734) 763-1131 (24 hrs.)


Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office

The sheriff provides local police services in parts of the City Guide area, including Ann Arbor, Freedom, Lodi, Scio, and Superior townships. Sign up for emergency Everbridge text alerts by visiting washtenaw.org/alert,then clicking on "Sign Up." washtenaw.org/1124/sheriff
2201 Hogback [map]
Emergency: 911. Nonemergency dispatch: (734) 994-2911 (24 hours). For all other calls: (734) 971-8400




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