Police Department

In partnership with our community members, the police department is responsible for the health, safety and welfare of the citizens and their property within the township. The department is responsible for enforcing all applicable statutes, codes, and ordinances as they apply within the township.

Mission Statement

Dedicated to excellence by our commitment to delivering service with professionalism and integrity.

  1. Kevin Jeziorowski

    Police Chief

    Police Chief Kevin Jeziorowski

    Kevin Jeziorowski began his work as Chief of Redford Police in November 2022. The promotion comes after 22 years with the Police Department.

    Redford is Kevin's hometown, and he says he came here to work in the community where he has his roots. Before joining Redford's police department, he worked for the Wayne State Police Department.

    Among his professional accomplishments and experiences, his favorite experience was serving in the K-9 Unit with his partner "Czar", for more than nine years. Kevin graduated from Eastern Michigan University's School of Staff and Command and is an Executive Board Member for the Wayne County Association of Chiefs of Police.

    Kevin says he's humbled to be able to lead and serve the fine men and women of RTPD in his role as Chief. In the future, he aims to build up the department's ranks while continuing to develop and enhance the skills of the talented men and women at RTPD, who serve the Township with pride and professionalism.


This website has been established for informational purposes only. Requests for police services, inquiries, or information you wish to convey to the Redford Police Department should be directed through telephone or written correspondence. The Redford Police Department will not respond to, nor act upon, any information or requests sent by Email.

To report suspicious behavior, please email the Police Department.

The Redford Neighborhood Watch program was established in the early 1970s under the philosophy of Community Policing, which seeks to establish a strong working relationship between the patrol officers and the citizens they serve. Community participation in this anti-crime program is essential. The Neighborhood Watch program has the measurable effect of substantially reducing the fear of crime, encouraging crime reporting, and stimulating member involvement in crime prevention.

Currently, Redford Township has over 100 blocks involved in the program. Meetings are held throughout the year. The meetings allow the citizens to discuss matters within their community. Email Officer Ryan Eddings for more information.

If interested in starting a Neighborhood Watch group or joining an existing group, contact 313-387-2536. 

Note:  Suspicious activity and requests for service should be directed to our non-emergency telephone number 313-387-2551, or call 911 in the case of an emergency.

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