Do I call 911 even if it is not an emergency?
If you are calling to file a complaint or need the assistance of the police you are asked to dial 911. If you are trying to call a specific officer you may call the Shift supervisor at 989-839-4713. Or you may call a specific officer’s voice mail and leave a message to by calling 989-839-4790. See question #3 for further information.

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1. Who do I contact to make a report about a problem?
2. Do I call 911 even if it is not an emergency?
3. I want to reach a specific officer. How do I contact them?
4. How do I get a copy of a report from a complaint that I made?
5. What is the Freedom of Information Act (F.O.I.A)?
6. What happens when I file a complaint?
7. How do I find out the status of a complaint that I filed?
8. The father/mother of my child has violated a Friend of the Court visitation order. Can the Midland Police Department assist me in getting my child back?
9. Where can I get a Preliminary Breath Test (PBT)?
10. Who do I contact and where do I go to have my fingerprints taken?
11. Can I get a copy of a criminal history?
12. There is a vehicle parked on my business or personal property that is not mine. What can I do about it?
13. How can I assist or get more involved with the Midland Police Department?
14. Someone I know has been arrested. Who do I contact for information about their release from jail?
15. There is a neighborhood dog that is a nuisance. Who can I contact?
16. What are the hours for allowable excessive noise in Midland?
17. How loud is too loud for my car stereo?
18. Can I have a “campfire” in my backyard?
19. What are Midland's curfew laws?
20. Why did I receive a bill from the Midland Police Department for a false alarm?
21. How can I get a tour of the Law Enforcement Center?