The Bloomfield Township Police Department only accepts cash or checks. Sorry, we cannot process credit or debit card payments.
During the COVID-19 emergency Records Division staff will be limited. All records requests can be dropped off into the drop box inside the Police Department lobby. The Department encourages people to email FOIA requests and clearance record requests to Police. Dog licenses can be done online at Oakland County. Crash reports can be downloaded online at the CLEMIS website, and pistol sales receipts can be mailed to 4200 Telegraph Road, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302 ATTN: Records.
Bloomfield Township residents who have been involved in a traffic crash within the Township will be able to download a copy of their report via the Oakland County CLEMIS website.
You will need the following information: Incident number and date of crash or your license number, date of birth and date of crash.
This new system will not only make it more convenient for residents to obtain copies of accident reports, it will greatly reduce the waiting time.
The online document management technology allows interested parties to view and download printable copies of accident reports 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Reports are usually available within 48 hours of the date the crash was reported. Instead of taking time to make a trip to the Police Department, residents will be able to order their report anytime, day or night.
There are a limited number of crashes that require investigation beyond the initial report. Additional information resulting from these investigations may not be available until such investigations are complete.
If you wish to purchase an accident report from the Records Unit of the Bloomfield Township Police Department you may still do so during normal business hours, Monday - Thursday, 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM. Holidays excluded.
The Police Department will ink fingerprint people for non-criminal purposes such as employment, adoption, licensing, securities, etc. The cost is $10.00 per fingerprint card. The Police Department does not Livescan electronic fingerprint for any non-criminal purpose.
As statutorily mandated, requests for information from the Police Department made under the Michigan Freedom of Information Act must be made in writing. The Records Unit will supply a form for written requests or you may obtain one in PDF format by clicking here. A response to a FOIA Request will be made within five business days from the date of receipt of the request. Copying fees apply to FOIA Requests.
Police Clearance Letters
Official Police Clearance Letters are frequently needed for employment, adoption proceedings, and U.S. travel visas. Requests for Police Clearance Letters are processed for Bloomfield Township residents ONLY, and must be made in person at the Police Department - Records Unit during normal business hours. The following information must be provided to process a Police Clearance Letter: full and complete name, any previously used names, complete address, date of birth, driver's license number, and phone number. A photo ID is required. The cost for Police Clearance Letters is $15. Allow 2 to 3 business days for processing.
The Records Unit is open 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM Monday through Thursday, except for legal holidays. Records is closed on Fridays.
Those who have been involved in a traffic crash within Bloomfield Township will be able to download a copy of their accident report via the Oakland County CLEMIS website.
A Freedom of Information Act Request must be completed to obtain non-crash related police reports. You may obtain one in PDF format by clicking here. You can also email the Records Unit with your request. Records will respond to your request within 5 days and you will be notified of applicable fees.
Sex Offender Registration
The Sex Offender Registry is available for public viewing and inspection at the Police Department during regular business hours. The Registry will list all sex offenders required to register and who live within the jurisdiction of Bloomfield Township.
Sex Offender Registration Act
Online Public Sex Offender Registry Inquiry