Detroit Police Department
A lieutenant in charge of the Detroit Police Department’s drug unit says he was the victim of racial discrimination and subjected to a hostile work environment for reporting wrongdoing.
Graduates of the 2014-B graduating class made their way across the stage at the Greater Grace Temple in Detroit to meet Police Chief James Craig and be sworn into Detroit’s protective force.
The article titled, “A Show of Courage In Detroit,” comes following at least five fatal shootings in two months involving homeowners protecting themselves from intruders.
Life as a Detroit cop can be tough, says Sgt. Michael Woody.
“These kinds of incendiary and slanted statements only add to the sense of fear and promotion of violence that we are now experiencing in this city.”
Detroit police have received the final complement of squad cars funded by $8 million from a group of businesses and foundations.
It’s a 30-day pilot program, said Detroit Police Chief James Craig.
Detroit Police Chief James Craig says that when you see the green light, you’ll know it’s a safe place to seek shelter, any time of night or day.
A total of 63 people were arrested and about two dozen illegal weapons were seized in the latest Detroit police crime sweep.
He’ll cut crime by 10 percent, and reduce response times to 5 minutes this year, Chief James Craig says.