The Pittsfield Township Department of Public Safety offers a number of community services to assist our citizens. Those additional services are listed below.
Vacation Notification and Property Checks
In the event you are going to away on vacation, please let the Department of Public Safety know, so that we may be prepared for any emergencies at your residence and can conduct property checks as needed. Please complete our vacation notification form and submit it electronically, or by printing and faxing it, by mail, or drop off the form directly at the Pittsfield Township Department of Public Safety offices at 6227 W. Michigan Avenue Ann Arbor, MI 48108.
Court Ordered Services - Alcohol Testing & Fingerprinting
The Pittsfield Department of Public Safety offers our residents court ordered services such as alcohol and preliminary breath testing, as well as fingerprinting services. The department will provide preliminary breath alcohol testing to Township residents and participants of the 15th District Sobriety Court who have been ordered by the court to receive alcohol testing. This service is provided at any time.
The department fulfills court ordered fingerprinting for Pittsfield Township criminal matters. Criminal fingerprint services will be provided to individuals who have been ordered by the criminal court to submit fingerprints. This service is provided on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm A valid state issued picture ID is required to obtain this service.
Non-criminal fingerprint services are also provided to township residents. See our Records page for further information.
Sex Offender Registration
Offenders required to register, per statute, may come to the Pittsfield Township Department of Public Safety Monday through Friday between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm Request Security Information or Surveys The Pittsfield Township Department of Public Safety offers information on ways to keep your property as secure as possible. If you would like information regarding a security survey and assessment of your property, please contact the Department of Public Safety at 734.822.4911.
Public Safety & Neighborhood Watch Programs
The Pittsfield Township Department of Public Safety has developed a number of programs that are designed to increase public safety, community involvement, and partnerships. Some of our programs include crime prevention, fire prevention, neighborhood watch, apartment and condominium watch, and business security. Please go to our Public Safety Watch page If you would like more information on these programs.
Child Safety Seat Checks & Education
For important information on laws and standards, or instruction on installing a child safety seat, please visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration website.
Ride Along Program
The Pittsfield Department of Public Safety affords citizens an opportunity to observe police patrol activities and procedures, and to provide them an overall view of a police officer's duties. To begin the application process to ride along with one of our officers, review the Ride-Along Rules and Regulations and fill out the Ride-Along Application and Waiver forms.
Bad Check Diversion Program
The Pittsfield Township Police Department, in cooperation with the Washtenaw County Prosecutor's Office, have developed a bad check policy and restitution policy for Pittsfield Township residents and businesses. Visit our Bad Check Restitution Policy page for more information.
For those who only desire monetary restitution from a civil court case, as opposed to seeking criminal prosecution, the Bad Check Restitution Program can assist you. The Bad Check Restitution Program was specifically designed to assist merchants in recovering losses from intentionally written bad checks. The Program is FREE to all victims who accept a bad check within Washtenaw County. It is designed to handle dishonored checks marked 'Insufficient or Non-sufficient Funds,' 'Account Closed' and 'No Account' that are passed in Washtenaw County. Our primary goal is to assure full restitution for the victim, including a victim's service fee, without adding to the financial burden of the criminal justice system. Go to the Washtenaw County Bad Check Restitution Program for more information, forms, and to sign up.