Beverly Hills, Michigan
Department of Public Safety
FOIA form - click the picture above
Providing service to our community 24 hours a day. Call 248-540-3400 to reach dispatch.
News & Events
Keep current with our news and events below. Here you will find crime prevention tips, current crime trends in the area, and other safety related topics.
New service aims to assist 911 with life saving information.
This service is not yet available in our area at this time, but is being deployed in neighboring communities with great success. Residents can still sign up and advocate for this service in our community. Click the picture to the right to learn about this service.
Village of Beverly Hills
Written Public Summary of FOIA Procedures and Guidelines
Consistent with Public Act 563 of 2014 amending the Michigan Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), the following is the Written Public Summary of the Village’s FOIA Procedures and Guidelines relevant to the general public. Click on the picture for further information.
The Beverly Hills Department of Public Safety is Currently Accepting Applications for FULL TIME PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER
Applications will be accepted until the position(s) are filled.
Click on the picture to view and download the application. Click here to read more..
Community Information Service
On April 22nd, 2011 the Beverly Hills Department of Public Safety launched a new Community Information Service designed to deliver important and timely information to residents in our area. Using the latest technology, GovDelivery supplies trustworthy and important neighborhood-level public safety and community event notifications, instantly sent to you by cell phone text message, email, and/or web access. There is NO Spam or Advertising. GovDelivery is completely free (standard text message rates apply for cell phone subscribers who do not have text plans with their cell phone providers).
Click on the picture to register or visit www.govdelivery.com to learn more.
Fire Prevention Bureau
What happens if you need assistance inside your home and you are unable to get to the door to let in responders? There are any number of circumstances that could put a person in that position. When public safety officers respond to an emergency call and the location is locked, forced entry must be made. This not only results in damage to the occupancy but delays emergency crews in getting to those requiring assistance. To help with this problem (getting help to those in need), the Beverly Hills Public Safety Department participates in a Knox Box program
A Knox Box is a small but secure box that contains a key to one of the doors of your house that only the Beverly Hills Public Safety Department can access. The Knox Box company has been providing high security key boxes in cooperation with fire and public safety departments since 1975.
Participation in the Knox Box program is voluntary; however, coordination for acquiring and installation of Knox Box must be coordinated with the public safety department. If you live in Beverly Hills and think you may benefit from this program please contact the Fire Prevention Bureau at (248) 540-3417. Click the picture for more information.