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Oakland County Sheriff’s Office K-9 dies after suffering apparent heart attack at 2

OAKLAND COUNTY, Mich. (FOX 2) - An Oakland County Sheriff’s Office K-9 died unexpectedly Aug. 13 after he suffered an apparent heart attack.

Riggs, a 2-year-old Dutch shepherd died in the arms of his handler, Deputy Harvey Wilson. Riggs was exercising while on duty at Meadow the Brook Amphitheatre at Oakland University.

Michigan State University performed a necropsy. Riggs appeared to have been in excellent health and may have had a genetic defect.

Riggs was from the Netherlands and bought by the sheriff's office in September 2020.

He was a utility and narcotics patrol K-9 assigned to the Commerce Township substation. During the eight months he was with the sheriff's office, he was part of 18 tracks, nine narcotics-related vehicle searches, and six building and outdoor searches for hiding suspects.

"Our animals are such a great part of our life and impact us in so many positive ways and their passing leaves a huge void," Sheriff Michael Bouchard said. "Especially in this circumstance where this was one of our newer dogs that had showed such great promise and connection with people. He will be greatly missed."

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Oakland County

Sheriff Michael Bouchard

Address: 1200 N Telegraph Rd Building 38E Pontiac, MI 48341

Telephone: 248-858-5000


Sheriff Michael Bouchard runs one of the nation’s largest Sheriff’s Offices, overseeing over 1,400 employees and managing an annual budget of over $166 million dollars. Sheriff Bouchard brings the experience of 34 years of law enforcement and 34 years as an elected official to the position.

On January 11, 1999, Michigan Senator and Majority Floor Leader Michael Bouchard accepted the appointment as successor to John F. Nichols who passed away suddenly. In November of 2016, Sheriff Bouchard was returned to Office for the fifth time with the largest number of votes for any candidate in Oakland County.

His current term will expire on January 1, 2021.


Re-elected Oakland County Sheriff, 2016
Re-elected Oakland County Sheriff, 2012
Re-elected Oakland County Sheriff, 2008
Re-elected Oakland County Sheriff, 2004
Elected Oakland County Sheriff, 2000
Appointed Sheriff of Oakland County, January 11, 1999
Elected Majority Floor Leader of the Michigan State Senate, 1998
Re-elected to the State Senate, 1998
Elected Assistant Majority Leader of the Michigan State Senate, 1995
Re-elected to the State Senate, 1994
Elected Assistant President Pro-Tempore of the Michigan State Senate, 1994
Elected to the State Senate, 1991
Elected to the State House of Representatives, 1990
Re-elected President of the Beverly Hills Village Council, 1988
Elected President Pro-Tempore of the Beverly Hills Council, 1987
Elected to the Beverly Hills Village Council, 1986


  • Appointed to the President’s Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice Working Group on Respect for Law Enforcement by Attorney General William Barr, 2020
  • Certified Homeland Protection Professional, by National Domestic Preparedness Coalition
  • Board Member, Warriors Heart
  • Board Member, National Executive Institute Association (NEIA)
  • Multi-National, Joint-Counterterrorism, Middle East Trip 2008
  • Vice President, Government Affairs Chair of the Major County Sheriffs of America (MCSA)
  • Former President of the Major County Sheriffs of America
  • Syndicate Director, Leadership in Counterterrorism (LinCT-International Multinational Program)
  • Member of the National Sheriff’s Association Congressional Affairs Committee
  • Appointed member of the National Advisory Committee on Violence Against Women by Attorney General John Ashcroft
  • Chairman of the Michigan Citizens Corp Council
  • Board of Trustees, Traffic Improvement Association
  • Appointed member of the State Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board
  • Founder and President of the Oakland County Fallen Heroes Fund which raised a half million dollars for the families of New York’s fallen heroes
  • President of the Michigan Fallen Heroes Memorial Fund
  • Lecturer, International Reserve Police Officers Association – Scotland Yard
  • Member of Oakland County Coordinating Council Against Domestic Violence
  • Founder of Oakland County Crime Stoppers, Inc.
  • Honorary member of the Advisory Committee to the Journal of International Law and Practice
  • Advisory board member of the Birmingham Community House
  • Board Member of the Birmingham Bloomfield Cultural Council
  • Honorary Trustee to the Oakland County Center for Open Housing
  • Board Member to the Michigan Youth in Government Program
  • Community Advisory Board Member to the Birmingham Junior League
  • Member of the State Legislative Leaders Foundation
  • Member of the Advisory Board to Angels Place – Homes & Hopes for the Developmentally Disabled
  • Honorary Committee Member of the National Organization of Parents of Murdered Children
  • Executive Board of Directors, Boy Scouts of America Clinton Valley Council
  • Executive Board of Directors, HAVEN shelter against domestic violence


  • Recipient of the Patrick Henry Patriot of the Year from the Patriot Week Foundation, 2020
  • Recipient of Fraternal Order of Investigators Award 2019
  • Named Distinguished Sheriff by the Michigan Sheriffs’ Association, 2019
  • Recipient of the Ferris E. Lucas Sheriff of the Year from the National Sheriffs’ Association, 2016
  • Recipient of the Silver Star for Bravery from the American Police Hall of Fame, 2016
  • Identified as one of the most influential people in security by Security Magazine, 2014
  • Inducted into the Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice Wall of Fame, 2010
  • Recipient of the Earth Day Hero Award at Michigan Earth Day Fest, April 2010
  • Recipient of Achievement Award for Innovative Program (Operation Medicine Cabinet) from the National Association of Counties, 2009
  • Recipient of the Michigan Food and Beverage Association’s Distinguished Service Award, Metro Detroit Youth Day, 2009
  • Recipient of the Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award, 2008
  • Multiple recipient of the Commendation Award from the International Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association for Outstanding Service and Dedication in the area of Law Enforcement
  • Recipient of the ‘Executive of the Year’ by the Detroit Executive Association, 2008
  • Easter Seals’ 2008 ‘Outstanding Advocate’ Award
  • Recipient of the ESGR’s (Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve) Pro Patria Award, 2008
  • Recipient of Two (2) Achievement Awards from the National Association of Counties, 2008
  • Birmingham/Bloomfield Race Relations and Diversity Task Force Champion, 2008
  • Recipient of the Community Service Award from the Optimist Club of West Bloomfield, 2008
  • Recipient of the Oakland County Youth Assistance ‘Champion of Youth’ Award, 2007
  • Recipient of the Project Freedom of Michigan’s ‘1st Project Freedom Award’, 2007
  • Recipient of the Justice for Children’s ‘Centurion Award’, 2006
  • Recipient of the Easter Seals ‘Angel of Change Award’, 2006
  • Recipient of the Child Abuse and Neglect Council of Oakland County ‘Circle of Light Award’, 2006
  • Recognized by the FBI for Exceptional Service in the Public Interest on 9-11
  • Recipient of the Oakland County Bar Association’s Distinguished Public Servant Award, 2003
  • Recognized by the City of New York for tireless dedication to the World Trade Center recovery effort
  • Recipient of the Palace Sports and Entertainment Community Service Award, 2001
  • Recipient of the International Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association South Oakland Narcotics Intelligence Consortium Award
  • Nominated for the 2001 National Commission Against Drunk Driving Award
  • Recipient of the 2000 Oakland County Domestic Violence Prevention Award
  • Recipient of the Oakland University Distinguished Legislative Service Award
  • Recipient of the Prevention Coalition of Southeast Michigan 2000 Partner in Prevention Award
  • Recipient of the Waterford School District/Oakland Community College Diversity Conference Special Award
  • Recipient of the 1999 “Leadership Oakland” Award
  • Recipient of the 1992, 1996 and 1998 Outstanding Young Men of America Award
  • Recipient of the Michigan Jaycees Outstanding Young Michiganian Award
  • Legislator of the Year Award from the Police Officers Association of Michigan
  • Legislator of the Year Award from the Michigan Association of School Boards
  • Recipient of the 1992 Deputy Sheriff’s Distinguished Legislative Award
  • Recipient of the Distinguished Legislative Service Award from the Oakland County School Boards Association
  • Recipient of the Humanitarian Award from the Arab-American and Chaldean Council
  • Leadership Award by the American Cancer Society’s Humanitarian Committee
  • Recipient of the March of Dimes Outstanding Service Award
  • Recipient of the Birmingham Brother Rice Distinguished Alumnus Award
  • Decorated nine times for meritorious acts in the line of duty by the Bloomfield Township Police Department
  • 1996 Michigan Credit Union League State Legislator of the Year
  • 1996 Legislator of the Year by the Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police
  • 1997 Recipient of the Legislator of the Year Award by the Fraternal Order of Police


  • Bachelor of Arts, Criminal Justice and Police Administration,Michigan State University, Honor Student
  • Graduate of the United States Secret Service in Dignitary Protection Program
  • Graduate of the FBI National Executive Institute Program (NEI)
  • Mid-Michigan Law Enforcement Center, Valedictorian
  • Graduate of the National Sheriff’s Institute
  • Graduate of Darden’s Program for emerging Political Leaders, University of Virginia
  • Toll Fellow, Council of State Governments in conjunction with the University of Kentucky
  • Leadership Team Member to the pioneering Partners for Educational Technology, in cooperation with the Council of the Great Lakes Governors
  • Member of the National Conference of State Legislature Committee on Education and Job Training
  • Member of the Bowhay Institute for Legislative Leadership Development Steering Committee
  • Member, Business and Education Working Together
  • Certificate Current Trends Impacting Executive Leadership, 2012


  • Legislation that requires convicted sex offenders register with local law enforcement and allow this information to be accessible to the public
  • Legislation which saves taxpayers $358 million annually through the reduction of the Real Estate Transfer Tax
  • Legislation requiring that incinerators be set back a minimum of 1,000 feet from schools, hospitals, and nursing homes
  • Legislation to repeal the tax base sharing
  • Legislation to require accountability among the members of the parole board to the people of the State of Michigan
  • Legislation to stimulate declining downtown commercial zones
  • Legislation to allow for criminal background checks of individuals other than relatives supervising minor children
  • Legislation to give permanent standing to appealed rate reductions for property owners
  • Legislation to require convicted drunk drivers to pay costs related to their arrest and conviction
  • Legislation to allow credit cards as a method of payment at the Secretary of State
  • Legislation to regulate and license Casinos and assist those who are harmed by related activities
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Law Enforcement Services in Independence Township are provided by contract with the Oakland County Sheriff's Office.

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Lt. Todd Hill, Commander                                                     
Oakland County Sheriff’s Substation                 
6560 Citation Drive
Clarkston, MI 48346
Office Hours are Monday Through Friday (8:00 AM - 4:00 PM)


NON EMERGENCY please call our Dispatch Center (available 24 hrs, 7 days a week, including holidays: 248-858-4950  Ext #8

Independence Substation:
Office: 248-620-4968
Fax:    248-620-4869
(Front Office closed on all major holidays)

The Oakland County Sheriff's Office Mission Statement
The Oakland County Sheriffs Office is dedicated to the safety and protection of the citizens and businesses within our boundaries.  We are committed to the task of keeping our courts and correctional system secure and our service is built upon Integrity,respect,vision,and leadership.

Oakland County Sheriff's Office Home Page: Click Here

Do you need a copy of a report, have questions regarding gun registration, or other Records Division related questions?: Click Here

Operation Medicine Cabinet: Prescription Take-Back Program
The Independence Township Sheriff’s Office is a proud partner in Operation Medicine Cabinet. Anyone wishing to dispose of unused prescription medications (no liquids, inhalers or sharps) may bring them to the Substation (6560 Citation Drive) Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM or by appointment. For more information, contact: 248-620-4968.


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Oakland County Sheriff's Office

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Oakland County Sheriff's Office
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MottoComing soon
Annual budget$163 million
Operations jurisdictionOakland County, Michigan
Size907 square miles (2,350 km2)
Population1.2 million
Legal jurisdictionOakland County, Michigan
HeadquartersPontiac, Michigan
Sheriff responsible
Detention Centers1

The Oakland County Sheriff's Office is the largest "full service" Sheriff's Office in the State of Michigan.[1] With a current jurisdictional population of 1.2 million residents,[2] the Sheriff's Office services over 343,000 of those residents through law enforcement contracts in 15 different communities and corrective services for nearly 1600 inmates. The coverage area also encompasses 450 inland lakes.[3]

Sheriff Michael J. Bouchard oversees over 1,400 department employees and manages an annual budget of over $163 million.

The Oakland County Sheriff's Office has three divisions: The Administrative Services Division, which oversees hiring and human resources, as well as accounting, payroll, supplies, benefits and income; The Corrections and Court Services Division, which includes the 6th Circuit Court Detention, Main County Jail, and Jail Annexes East and South; and the Law Enforcement Division, which includes Patrol Services, Emergency Communications and Operations, Investigations and Forensic Services, and Emergency Response and Preparedness.


The Oakland County Sheriff's Office is located at 1200 N Telegraph Rd, Building 38 East in Pontiac, Michigan, the Oakland County seat.

Rank structure[edit]


There are 12 substations under the OCSO:[4]

Specialized units[edit]

  • SWAT
  • Traffic
  • K-9
  • Aviation Unit
  • Alcohol Enforcement Unit
  • Crash Reconstruction Unit
  • Marine and Parks Patrol Units
  • Mounted Division
  • Honor Guard
  • Motorcycle Unit
  • Reserves
  • Cell Extraction Team


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Lyon Township

The Charter Township of Lyon contracts with the Oakland County Sheriff’s Officefor police protection

58000 Grand River Avenue New Hudson, MI 48165 (located below Township Hall)

Phone Numbers:

General Line: 248-437-5600
Non-Emergency Dispatch: 248-858-4950

Link to Substation information on the Oakland County Sheriff Website

Lieutenant Leslie Whitfield
Substation Commander  

Lyon Township works with the Oakland County Sheriff's Office to provide police services.  This provides us with community-oriented policing and crime investigation services.

By contracting with the County, the Township also has access to specialized services that may be needed occasionally, such as the Aviation Unit, K-9 Unit, Horse Mounted Unit, S.W.A.T. Team Drug Enforcement Unit, Auto Theft Team, Fugitive Apprehension Team, and Marine Dive & Rescue.

Our law enforcement services are funded through a dedicated millage and grants.

Police reports, gun permits, and concealed weapons applications may be obtained at the substation Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

Accident reports can be obtained online at http://www.clemis.org.


Sours: https://www.lyontwp.org/sheriff_s_department.php

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Video Visitation can now be conducted using any iOS device.

You can download the "ICS Mobile" application

at no cost from the Apple App Store by searching "ICSolutions".

All visitors must register (at no cost) in order to participate in a video visitation session with an inmate at this facility. 

Visitors can register for visitation at icsolutions.com.

Oakland County offers The Visitor™ video visitation system which allows friends, family members, and professionals the control to schedule and conduct video visits at a time convenient for them and avoid wasting time waiting in long lines or traveling to the facility. Video visitation replaces traditional face to face visits on visitation telephones through a glass partition with visitation through video kiosks and are conducted with the inmate never having to leave their housing unit while the visitor can choose to visit onsite at the facility or offsite from anywhere. 

See helpful links and information located below.


Visit from the jail

Videovisitation is conducted using the video terminals located in the facility’s visitation center.

Offsite Visitation - Visit from personal Windows computer, Android or iOS device

Visitors wishing to participate in OFFSITE  visitation are required to download and test the visitation application from their Windows computer, Android or

iOS device (iPhone or iPad) before they will be able to schedule a visitation.

For OFFSITEvisitation, the visitor can choose to visit from a computer or alternatively from any android device by downloading The Visitor™ android app, 

ICS MOBILEfrom theGoogle Play store or any iOS device by downloading the iOS app,ICS MOBILEfrom theApple Storeby searchingICSolutions.

OFFSITEvisitation is fee-based and the cost will vary by facility. Internet connectivity issues during offsite visits will not be refunded.

The cost ofOFFSITEvisits (30-minute duration) has been reduced and is now $7.50!


⇒ ICSolutions website:To register, add funds, schedule a visit, or connect an offsite visit from your computer, clickhere.

                            ⇒ ICSolutions Customer Portal: To log in, create a new account, or view product availability, click here.

⇒Offsite computer application:To download the computer application to conduct offsite visits, please clickhere.

⇒Android device application:To download the Android app, please clickhere.

                            ⇒ iOS device application:To download the iOS app from the Apple Store via your iPhone or iPad, please clickhere.

⇒ Registration and scheduling help:For instructions on how to register for visitation and/or schedule a visit, please clickhere.

                            ⇒ Offsite visitation help:For instructions on how to set up your Windows computer for an offsite visit clickhere.

                            ⇒ Visiting Schedule:  To view the onsite and offsite visitation schedule and facility rules, please visitOakland County Visitation.

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