School Liaison Officers
Through a partnership with our local law enforcement agencies, three police officers are assigned to be within FPS on a daily basis. While stationed at our three of our schools (Farmington High School, East Middle School, and North Farmington High School). In turn, each officer is assigned to liaison with other schools in the district. These officers support school safety and when necessary, directly address student/community issues. Our liaison officers work hard to integrate themselves into the communities of their schools so that their presence feels helpful and supportive to both students and staff.
Law Enforcement Access to Schools
Farmington Public Schools Encourages our local law enforcement officers to visit our schools. Often, the public may see a vehicle sitting outside of one of our schools or in a parking lot. This is not necessarily due to a problem at school. Rather local law enforcement often uses our locations as stopping points to conduct their daily duties. Additionally, all law enforcement vehicles have FOB access to our schools, in the event that they ever need quick access. Finally, law enforcement dispatch, which services emergency responders from both Farmington and Farmington Hills, has access to our video surveillance system in the event of a school emergency.