The Flushing Township Police Department offers a variety of services to residents and visitors alike. Below are various links to information on specific services. If you need further assistance, please call 810-659-0809.
Freedom of Information Act
Preliminary Breath Test
We provide a basic "Letter of Good Conduct" for a Flushing Township resident, which is not a criminal background check. A Good Conduct Letter is a document that reflects a check of local police records regarding negative police contacts. If you require a statewide criminal background check, please contact the Michigan State Police 810-732-1111 or you may visit www.Michigan.gov.
If you need to be fingerprinted for employment or licensing, you must contact L-1 Identity Solutions at 1-866-226-2952 or the Michigan State Police Post at 810-732-1111.
The Flushing Township Police Department requires that any party requesting a copy of a police report must be directly involved in order to obtain a copy. If you are not involved, but are interested in obtaining a copy of the police report, you must submit a Freedom of Information Act request form. Click on FOIA to print a copy of the form. We have 5 days to respond to the request once it has been received in our office.
Turn in your unused, unwanted or expired medication (pills only) for safe disposal! No liquids, patches, needles, etc. accepted.
For more information contact Lisa Coleman, Genesee Health System (formerly Genesee County CMH) at 810-496-5544 or email@example.com
Locations in Genesee County:
- Davison City Police Department 200 E. Flint Street, Mon-Fri 8:00am-4:00pm
- Fenton City Police Department 301 S. Leroy Street, Available 24 hours
- Flint Township Police Department 5200 Norko Drive, Available 24 hours
- Flushing City Police Department 725 E. Main Street, Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:30pm
- Grand Blanc Twp Police Department 5405 S. Saginaw, Available 24 hours
- Mott Community College Public Safety 1401 E. Court Street, Available 24 hours
The Flushing Township Police Department is able to provide this service for those with court ordered PBT's. The cost is $5.
Police reports made in Flushing Township may be obtained by the complainants and victims at the Flushing Township Police Department during regular business hours. Open police reports are not released until they are closed and suspects or arrestees may obtain a copy of the police report from the prosecutor's office.
Police reports are usually available after 3 business days, exceptions may apply.
You may contact our office at 810-659-0809, to obtain the police report number and to check the status of a case.
There is a fee of $5.00 for one page, $1.00 for each additional page.
To obtain an accident report, click here. You will need to know the date of the accident and the report number in order to obtain a copy of the report.
In the event of an emergency, Reverse 911 provides a fast and secure way to inform residents of the incident and how to react in order to maintain the best possible security and safety.
Reverse 911 is a notification tool through which you can be contacted by various governments (such as Davison Township or the Genesee County 911 Communications Center) of situations that may have an impact on you. It can be used to notify the public of significant incidents affecting local neighborhoods and specific geographic areas within the County.
With the trend of many residents to use cellular or internet phones or to maintain an unlisted telephone number, residents must inform the Genesee County Communications Center of those telephone numbers if they wish to receive any notifications through those telephones.
If you are a Genesee County resident please click here to fill out the form to add your home or cell phone to the Reverse 911 calling list.
The Flushing Township Police Department offers vacation checks, at the homeowner's request, to better serve the needs of our community. The Police Department and the community need to work together to prevent break-ins while the owner is away for extended periods of time.
It is recommended that the homeowner follow these simple steps in order to better safeguard their home. For instance:
Put a hold on all mail. (forms may be obtained at the United States Postal Service Offices)
Ask a neighbor to collect leaflets left on the door.
Ask a neighbor to bring in trash cans from the roadway.
Possibly arrange for the grass/lawn to be mowed in your absence.
Leave emergency numbers with people chosen to watch your residence.
Remove messages on the home answering machine stating that you will be away.
Secure doors, windows, points of entry for animals, and turn off garage door opener.
Never leave a key outside, under a mat, "fake rock", or under a flower pot.
Ask a neighbor to park their car in your driveway to make it look like the house is occupied.
Set automatic timers to turn on and off lights in the evening around the same time you would normally be in the home.
Possibly arrange to have your driveway plowed and sidewalks shoveled in the winter time.
The Flushing Township Police Department may be able to assist you if you have locked your keys in your vehicle. Call 911 after hours. There is no fee for this service.