Honoring Those Who Serve With Honor

In celebration of National Police Week, we were honored to participate in a ceremony on Monday, May 16, 2022, at 3:00 p.m. that recognizes our dedicated men and women in blue who come to work each day to serve and protect the Auburn Hills community.  The ceremony also recognized Officers who lost their lives in the line of duty in the State of Michigan from January 1, 2021, to present. 

For those who may be inclined to express their gratitude for the great work performed by our police department, we encourage you to give the Auburn Hills Police Department a call this week (National Police Week) at 248.364.6850 or email them at ahpolice@auburnhills.org.  No doubt they will greatly appreciate your kind words and encouragement. 

To learn more about National Police Week, visit :  https://nleomf.org/memorial/programs/national-police-week-2022/.

Chief of Police Ryan Gagnon speaks at the National Police Week Ceremony.
Pastor Cal Garcia, Chaplain for the AHPD, delivers the invocation.
Auburn Hills Police Department Honor Guard
Memorial wreath will remain on display at the entrance to the Public Safety Building during the entirety of National Police Week.

Tom Tanghe, City Manager

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