New Take on Community Policing in Plymouth Township (MI)

About two dozen police officers have been assigned to the officer-assisted program, The Plymouth Observer reports. They won’t walk a beat, but each will be a liaison for one or more homeowners association in the 60 or so subdivisions in the township.     Read the article………..


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