Community Services 

The Community Services Division conducts routine programs throughout the Howell School District’s 12 schools (3 middle schools and 9 elementary schools) and the High School. On a daily basis, they educate the students on topics such as: law enforcement, drugs, safety and seasonal issues.

In addition, the Division conducts the following programs:

  • Home and Business Security Surveys
  • Organize tours for Boy Scouts and other community groups
  • Child Identification Programs
  • Instruct at local Police Academies
  • ​​​​​​​Howell Police Cadet Program​​​​​​​    


The Division also acts as a liaison between different organizations and the police department including:


  • Bias Crimes and Gang Activity
  • Juvenile Conference Committee
  • School juvenile matters
  • DYFS complaints/notifications
  • 180 Turning Lives Around/Domestic Violence Response Team
  • Neighborhood watch meetings
  • National Night Out Against Crime
  • Howell Police Athletic League

Members of the Community Services Division also assist with:

  • Middle School Youth Leadership Counsel 
  • High School Youth Leadership Counsel 
  • Clean Communities events
  • Stranger Danger
  • Bus Safety
  • Opioid Epidemic
  • Pal /Pals - A program designed for special needs students and their parents
  • Howell Police Youth Week