Patrol Operations Bureau
The Patrol Operations Bureau is staffed by uniformed personnel who respond to 911 calls for service and patrol the City of Flint in an effort to detect and prevent crime and render aid to those in need of assistance. The Patrol Operations Bureau consist of 4 patrol squads, the traffic division and support services such as the Downtown Beat Officers.
The City of Flint Police Department Traffic Division oversees the day to day operations of Accident Investigation and Traffic Enforcement. The Division covers several areas including the Neighborhood Safety Officer Program which focuses on blight and abandoned vehicles. There is a Hit and Run Investigations unit that also manages the School Crossing Guard Program. The police officers themselves are assigned to crash investigations and selective enforcement responsibilities. They respond to citizen’s complaints reference traffic issues and target areas, where high volumes of crashes occur. Our officers have been trained in the use of Radar and Laser for speed enforcement. They have also been trained in Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (SFST), Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement, Preliminary Breath Testing (PBT) and Data Master Breath Testing for Operating While Intoxicated and Drugged Driver Enforcement.
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The City of Flint Police Department is proud to announce that it now has a second K-9 team on the job. Flint Police...Read More
Flint City Hall Closed Monday, May 30, 2016 for Memorial Day
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Flint Police Foundation Awarded $1.08 Million Grant from Ruth Mott Foundation for North End Community Crime Strategy
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