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Farmington Hills Police Department
31655 W 11 Mile Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48336
Under the direction of Police Chief Chuck Nebus, the Farmington Hills Police Department provides emergency, traffic andMore routine patrol services. The department operates with a community policing philosophy, establishing and fostering partnerships with residents and businesses to create a safer community. Programs include Neighborhood Watch, civilian volunteer opportunities, school liaison officers and Michigan Community Child Watch, among others. The department also has a K-9 unit, a mountain-bike patrol and a Mobile Command Center. Crime data analyzed by CQ Press and Morgan-Quitno show Farmington Hills as the 40th safest city in the United States and the fourth safest in Michigan, a ranking directly attributed to the successful police/community relationships established over the past two decades.
University Moving and Storage
23305 Commerce Dr, Farmington Hills, MI 48335
University Moving and Storage celebratec its 40th anniversary in 2010. The company is the seventh largest hauling fleetMore for North American Van Lines, and the company is certified by the Woman's Business Enterprise National Council. The company offers moving services for both residential and commercial clients. The company also offers corporate relocation services, international moving services and storage service for pre-moves. Storage services are charged per month and are typically based on weight.
Harrison High School
29995 W 12 Mile Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48334

Celebrating its 40th year in 2010, Harrison High School serves students in grades 9 - 12 on the east side of theMore district. The school faculty has established a mission of working with students, parents and the community to "provide a comprehensive curriculum, including extra-curricular activities, which will permit students to achieve their potential to become responsible and productive citizens in a rapidly changing world."

The school has met Annual Yearly Progress as defined by the federal No Child Left Behind Act, and received a "B" composite grade on its State of Michigan report card. Known for its powerhouse sports programs, the school has established an academic hall of fame. Students also excel in performing arts, and Harrison has active music, theater and dance programs. High schools within the district have been closed to intra-district open enrollment since 2004.