Wayne County Adds Deputies To Aid Sheriff's OfficeAs overtime has been a chronic problem in the Wayne County jails this year, a new class of deputies will join the force.
Arotech Receives $3.2 Million In Orders For Batteries And ChargersArotech Corp. (Nasdaq: ARTX), a provider of defense and security products for the military, law enforcement and homeland security markets, announced that its Battery and Power Systems Division has recently received $3.2 million in new orders.
Arotech Wins $2.2 Million In Simulation OrdersArotech Corp. (Nasdaq: ARTX), a provider of defense and security products for the military, law enforcement and homeland security markets, announced that its simulation division has won $2.2 million in various recent contracts awards and modifications to previous awarded contracts.
Registry Under Consideration For Those Convicted Of Animal AbuseThe legislation would require people convicted of animal abuse to submit their address, photograph and social security number to local law enforcement.
Arotech Reports Record Revenues In 2012Arotech Corp. (NasdaqGM: ARTX), a provider of defense and security products for the military, law enforcement and security markets, reported record revenue for the quarter and full year ended Dec. 31.
Man Arrested For Child Support Failure After A CruiseA Colorado man was arrested for two counts of failure to pay child support after he came back from his vacation.
78 Recruits Graduate From Michigan Trooper SchoolDozens of recruits who graduated Friday to full-fledged troopers will give a much-needed boost to the ranks of the Michigan State Police, which is at its lowest staffing level since the late 1960s.
Opinion: Big Cities’ People-in-Power Don’t Understand Crime And MurderFor America’s big cities: the people who are supposed to have, need to have, and claim to have all the answers simply don’t have a clue.
Detroit In Spotlight Fighting International CrimeDetroit is one of the few U.S. cities playing host to a delegation of law enforcement officials from around the globe.
Snyder Plan Would Have Troopers Fight City CrimeThe state would hire 180 more state troopers this year to help fight crime in the state's toughest cities and take steps to help more inner-city young adults find jobs under crime prevention measures unveiled Wednesday by Gov. Rick Snyder.
Gov. Snyder Wants $5M, 20 Forensic Scientists For Public Safety Plan Gov. Rick Snyder plans to move criminal cases faster through the courts by spending $5 million on forensic services and hiring 20 more forensic scientists so crime cases can be turned around in 30 days.
Snyder To Deliver Public Safety SpeechMichigan Gov. Rick Snyder plans to lay out how he hopes to reduce crime during an upcoming special address.