The Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries (DRMM) is a non-profit organization that focuses on rebuilding the City of Detroit by providing HOPE and HELP to the hopeless, abused, disadvantaged and homeless men, women and children of the community.

The Livonia Police Department would like to congratulate Zachary of Livonia as our February Ring Video Doorbell winner! Zachary was randomly chosen as the winner this month. The doorbell will allow another camera system to be added to our “Neighbors” by Ring community.

If you have already filled out an entry form you will still be eligible for future drawings. If you have not filled out an entry form please visit. http://www.livoniapd.com/ring-door-bell-giveaway/ to enter.
Good luck in March!

The Livonia Police Department would like to congratulate Israel of Livonia as our January Ring Video Doorbell winner! Israel was randomly chosen as the winner this month. The doorbell will allow another camera system to be added to our “Neighbors” by Ring community.
If you have already filled out an entry form you will still be eligible for future drawings. If you have not filled out an entry form please visit http://www.livoniapd.com/ring-door-bell-giveaway/ to enter.
Good luck in February!

The City of Livonia and the Livonia Police Department is seeking qualified individuals for the position of School Crossing Guard.

It was fourteen years ago today; Livonia Police Officer Ervin Johnston died in the Line of Duty.

It was ten years ago today, Livonia Police Officer Larry Nehasil was shot and killed in the Line of Duty serving our community and region.

As we happily send 2020 packing and continue to cope with COVID-19, I hope you are enjoying the holiday season.

Merry Christmas from the Livonia Police Department!

The Livonia Police Department was selected by the Livonia Elks Lodge #2246 as this year’s recipient of their Emotional Support Teddy Bear gratitude grant. Their reasoning as stated in their letter to Chief Caid was for the ongoing efforts to protect and serve our community. The Elks National Foundation invests $12.4 million yearly into Elks communities to help meet local needs.

Mr. David Bibik, who is the grand coordinator for the Elks, donated these teddy bears so that our officers could hand them out when we respond to incidents involving children. Mr. Bibik described his own personal incident where his wife and son were involved in a car crash many years ago. The LPD officer that responded gave his son a stuffed bear which he kept for years and as an adult still remembers the kindness of the officer.

We here at the Livonia Police Department appreciate this act of kindness from the Livonia Elks Lodge and will use these bears to brighten up some children’s day during this holiday season.

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On October 12th, 2020, just after 6:00 pm, the Livonia Police Department received a 911 emergency call from a mother who reported that her two-year-old daughter was choking on a piece of pickled beet. Two Livonia officers arrived on scene within minutes and observed the child to be unresponsive and blue in the face. Both officers performed back blows and abdominal thrusts in an attempt to clear the child’s airway. The child was transported to St Mary’s Hospital in Livonia by the Livonia Fire Department where multiple pieces of beet were removed from her airway. The child was then air lifted to Mott’s Children Hospital in Ann Arbor where she has made a full recovery.

Recently, the child and her family came in to the Livonia Police Department to show their appreciation. The child was able to meet and get a picture with one of the officers who helped save her life that day.

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