The Waterford Police Department offers a drop off site for unused medications/drugs that are no longer needed. A small black drop-type box has been placed adjacent to the records window in the Police Department lobby. It is placed there as a means for you, the public, to safely dispose of any medications/drugs that expired or you no longer use. It functions similar to a mail box. Simply open the bin on the top of the unit and place the items inside. When the bin is closed, the items drop down inside the unit. Please feel free to use this service at any time. Remember it is not safe to flush medications down the toilet system nor is it safe to wash medications down the drain.
Please Note: No syringes or needles are accepted. For places to dispose of these please see Sharps Disposal (PDF). No liquids or aerosols can be accepted either. Please contact your local pharmacy or hospital for proper disposal of these items.
In an emergency – you dial 911 - you need police assistance immediately, but can the officer find your home or business?
When a police officer is dispatched to answer a call for assistance, the officer needs to be able to find your address quickly. Quite often an officer will arrive in the general area only to find that the specific address is not listed on the home or business. In other words, your call for assistance is put on hold while the officer searches for the location.
Please make sure that your address is large and legible and in a location that is easily viewed from the street. This reminder is for the safety of you and your family members. Please inform friends and neighbors. “Policing is a Partnership” – please assist us so that we can keep you safe.
Waterford Resident Contact Information
If you are a Waterford Township resident and you have a question about local law enforcement matters or general questions about the Waterford Police Department that are not addressed on this site, please contact us at 248-674-0351.
Crossing Guards Needed
Crossing guards are needed for the Waterford School District.
Pay starts at $13/hour.
Must pass a criminal background and drug screening test. Training will be provided by the Waterford Police Department.
If interested, see Arlene Ward at the Waterford Township Hall on the 3rd Floor to fill out an application or visit the Human Resources page of the Waterford Township website.
Any questions may be directed to Shaun Damron at 248-618-7502 or Sgt. Tom Bowen at 248-618-6046.