CORE Program

The new program, called CORE (Community Outreach and Engagement), gives each of the six area districts of the City its own officer assigned to serve as a resource to residents of the region. CORE uses the Sterling Heights Police Department existing area district map and divides the City into six boundaries: Adam, Baker, Charlie, David, Edward and Frank. Each area district's officer will be the region’s advocate and neighborhood expert. These six officers will work not only to make meaningful relationships, but to identify and report potential crime trends or neighborhood issues to SHPD leadership. 

"The goal of the CORE program is to better humanize our department as well as for us to be more proactive in our community outreach," Police Chief John Berg said. "We hope the CORE program will not only increase trust of police and allow for greater cooperation from citizens, but also make our officers' jobs safer and easier to do."

For more information on the program, please contact (586) 446-CORE. 

Officer Wojciechowski

ADAM Officer

Robert Wojciechowski

Officer Kashat

BAKER Officer

Lamar Kashat

Officer Le Roux


Eric Le Roux

Officer Lynn

DAVID Officer

Guy Lynn

Officer Swenson

EDWARD Officer

Kirk Swenson

Officer Roeske

FRANK Officer

Anthony Roeske

CORE District Areas

Upcoming CORE Events:

Safety Briefing River Park Estates HOA  
Rogers Roost 33626 Schoenherr Road 
April 25 at 6:30 pm 

Walgreens Drug Take Back Program
Walgreens 13901 Metro Pkwy 
April 29 at 10 am - 2 pm

Adult Ed Safety Briefing
Walsh Elementary 38901 Dodge Park Road
May 1 at 9:30 am

Growing in Our Community
Messmore Elementary 8742 Dill Dr.
June 2 at 5 - 7 pm

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