Thieves often target homes of citizens who are on vacation or otherwise gone for an extended period of time. In response to this unique factor, the Novi Police Department has developed and implemented the Home Watch Program. Novi residents can come to Police Headquarters, call 248-348-7100, or fill out an online form to arrange a Home Watch check.
The Novi Police Department is looking for volunteers to help patrol the parking lots within the City of Novi to ensure handicapped parking spots are available for those who need them. Applicants must be at 21 years old, possess a valid Michigan driver’s license, pass a background check, and be able to calmly handle situations with an understanding of the rules and regulations of the programs. For more information, contact the Novi Police Department at 248-348-7100 or visit the Handicap Patrol page.
Drug Take Back Program
The Novi Police Department accepts unwanted prescription medications on a continuous basis. By creating a secure place to dispose of prescription medications, we will reduce the amount of unused and/or expired prescription medications from accidentally or intentionally being consumed by children, sold on the street or improperly disposed of in landfill or sewer systems which can negatively affect our environment. Citizens may turn in unwanted medications 24 hours a day by bringing them to the Novi Police Headquarters, located at 45125 Ten Mile Road. A person turning in prescription medications can remain anonymous, if they choose.
Nixle Email Alerts
Community members may subscribe to Nixle to receive real-time public safety information including emergencies, traffic issues, missing persons, and more. Updates can be sent via email or mobile phone. Visit www.nixle.com to register.
Volunteers in Public Safety (VIPS)
The mission of the Novi VIPS Program is to “Observe, Report and Educate.” VIPS members can help educate community members about rules and local ordinances for the safety of all residents. VIPS members will also be able to observe and report on any situation requiring public safety response. Members must be at least 21 years old, possess a valid MI driver’s license, maintain a satisfactory driving record, have no criminal convictions, pass background check and attend a training session. Contact Sgt. Mark Boody at 248-348-7100 for more information.
Novi Police Department Civilian Pistol (CPL) Safety
View class schedule.
This course fulfills both the classroom and shooting requirements to obtain a Michigan Concealed Pistol License (CPL). Students must bring their own equipment, including a personal handgun, 100 rounds of ammunition, safety glasses, and shooter’s earmuffs or ear plugs. Participants must be 21 years old and do not have to be a Novi resident to attend. Register by completing this application or registration forms are also available at the Novi Police Department. Class size is limited and all participants are subject to a criminal background check.
- Personal hand gun (weapons will not be provided)
- 100 rounds of ammunition
- Safety Glasses
- Shooter’s earmuffs or ear plugs
- Pen or pencil
- Baseball Cap
- Loose comfortable clothing appropriate for range
For more information, contact Sergeant Michael Warren via email, or call 248-348-7100.
Location: Program begins at Novi Police Department Training Center, 45125 Ten Mile Road
Home Fire Inspections
The Novi Fire Department will provide a free courtesy Home Safety Inspection. Inspections provide an opportunity to educate the home owner or occupants about fire safe behavior and the need for adequate fire and life safety conditions inside and outside of the residence. The inspection will check each area of your home and offer fire safety tips and suggestions to safe guard your family from the threat of fire or other potential hazards. The inspection typically lasts between 20-30 minutes. At the conclusion of the inspection a copy of the findings will be given to the resident along with suggestions and recommendations on how to correct any hazard found during the inspection. This program is strictly voluntary, but if you participate there are many benefits to you and your family. The Novi Fire Department simply wishes to assist you in making your home fire safe and hazard free. To schedule an appointment, please contact the Novi Fire Department Shift Supervisor at 248-349-2162.
Child Car Seat Inspections
The Novi Fire Department provides free Child Car Seat Safety Checks and Installations, Monday through Friday, by appointment. Limited night and weekend appointments are available. They also hold free safety checks on Saturdays, Station #4 from 9am-noon, no appointment necessary, view the schedule here.
The Department has four Certified & Licensed Child Passenger Safety Technicians on staff ready to provide the most updated information, a free check of your child seat and, if necessary, perform a complete child seat installation. The technicians were recently certified through the State of Michigan Department of Community Health and the National Child Passenger Safety Board (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) after completing an intensive, 80-hour course. Community members are asked to bring the following items to the inspection:
- Vehicles owner’s manual
- Car Seat owner’s manual
- And, if possible, the child who will be “properly secured” in safety seat.
Please allow 25 minutes for the installation and the safety check process. Please contact the Novi Fire Department at 248.349.2162 to schedule an appointment.
File Of Life
The Novi Fire Department offers free File of Life envelopes in which you can place medical records in and affix to your refrigerator. This allows emergency response staff easy access to crucial information. To obtain a File of Life or for more information please contact the Novi Fire Department Shift Supervisor at 248-349-2162.
Fire & Fall Prevention For Older Adults
In an effort to better protect and prepare our older adults, the Novi Fire Department offers a program aimed at reducing the threat of injury and fire to Novi’s residents. The Fire and Fall Prevention for Older Adults Program is designed to educate residents of the hazards within their own homes that could cause harm by leading to a fire or causing injury. Slips and falls are the main source of injury for older people in the home. Fire Department Inspection personnel will offer recommendations to ensure your health and safety. They will also check to in ensure the proper installation and maintenance of at least one smoke detector on every floor of the home. The Fire and Fall Prevention Program will be delivered to Novi residents through both group presentations and by making in-home visits upon their request. To schedule an appointment, please contact the Novi Fire Department Shift Supervisor at 248.349.2162.
ADULT AND CHILD HEARTSAVER CPR
Jan 3, Feb 7, Mar 7, Apr 4
This is an American Heart Association course covering CPR and choking emergencies for adults and children. Students will receive a two-year certification card upon successful completion of the course. Free for Novi residents. The class is offered the first Wednesday of the month. There is minimum of six and maximum of 14 students per class. Participants can register online at cityofnovi.org or at the front desk of the Civic Center. Please call 248-347-0400 for more information.
Price: Residents Free / Non-Res. Office $45
Location: Novi Fire Station #4, 49375 Ten Mile, at Wixom Road.
Registration Ends: Dec 30, Jan 30, Feb 28, Mar 1
CPR OR AED COURSES FOR BUSINESSES
These classes are designed for businesses that are in need of training their staff in CPR. Course offerings are Heartsaver Adult and Child CPR and Heartsaver AED. The class is approximately 3.5 hours long and instructed by certified Novi Firefighters. Students will receive a two-year certification card upon successful completion of the course. Please contact Philip Duczyminski at 248-735-5667, to schedule a date and time. Twelve students per class maximum.
Price: $200 per business
Location: Novi Fire Station #4, 49375
Ten Mile, at Wixom Road
FIRE EXTINGUISHER TRAINING FOR BUSINESSES
Becoming familiar with fi re extinguishers and their use in the workplace may allow you to put out small fires before they spread which may prevent injury as well as save lives. The class is offered the first Friday of the month. Please contact Philip Duczyminski at 248-735-5667, to schedule a date and time. Limit of 10 to 15 students per-class. There is no refund or transfer of funds.
Price: $150 per business
Location: Novi Fire Station #4, 49375
Ten Mile, at Wixom Road.
BLS FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDER FOR BUSINESSES
This American Heart Association course covers Adult, child and infant Basic Life Support Skills, (CPR, AED use, Bag Valve Mask use and Choking), for both one and two rescuers. The class is designed for businesses that are in need of training their staff in Basic Life Support and is approximately four hours in length. Students will receive a two-year American Heart Association certification card upon completion of the course. There is no refund or transfer of funds. Please contact Philip Duczyminski at 248-735-5667, to schedule a date and time. There is a limit of 12 students
Price: $300 per business
Location: Novi Fire Station #4, 49375
Ten Mile, at Wixom Road.
The Providence Center for the Healing Arts
The Providence Center for the Healing Arts is committed to providing ongoing programs that deliver spiritually-centered, holistic care to help heal body, mind and spirit. Healing Arts is proud to offer a variety of programs that encourage creativity, exercise, self-exploration, stress reduction and more. Programs and services are available to our patients, family members, associates and community members. See our full list of programs online at www.stjohnprovidence.org/ProvidenceHealingArts or call 248-465-5455.