State Police Want State Law To Address Lasers Pointing At AircraftTwo bills that involve the growing problem of shining lasers at aircraft are scheduled to go in front of a Michigan House Committee on Tuesday.
41 Troopers Graduate, Join The Michigan State PoliceA class of new troopers is reporting for duty at the Michigan State Police.
State Police To Target Aggressive, Drunken DrivingState police troopers patrolling Michigan roadways this weekend are cracking down on aggressive and drunken driving as part of a national initiative to reduce traffic injuries and deaths.
Michigan State Police To Change How Troopers Record Race During Traffic StopsThe change was enacted following a complaint from the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan.
State Police To Hold Informational Recruit Seminar For WomenThe free seminar starts at 10 a.m. Saturday in Kehrl Auditorium at the school's VisTaTech Center.
Troopers Sue After $5.2 Million Verdict, Say They Faced RetaliationTwo black Michigan State Police troopers who won a $5.2 million racial discrimination lawsuit in 2013 are suing again, saying they've faced retaliation.
Ex-State Police Sergeant Gets $350K In Case Over HarassmentA federal jury has awarded $350,000 to a former state police sergeant who said she suffered retaliation for reporting sexual harassment.
2nd Michigan Man Faces Federal Charge After Aiming Laser At Police HelicopterThe same week police caught a man shining a laser at an MSP helicopter in Detroit, a second man was caught doing the same in Saginaw.
Michigan State Police Looking For More Female TroopersThe weekend event is being held at the Vis Ta Tech Center at Schoolcraft College.
Man Arrested For Shining Laser At Michigan State Police HelicopterThat laser hit the tactical flight officer, who assists the pilot, in the eyes.
Driver Blamed For Michigan Trooper's Traffic Death To Face TrialA 70-year-old man charged in the death of a state trooper who was dragged for miles in Oakland County will stand trial on felony charges.
New Michigan Law Eliminates 'Policewomen' ClassificationGov. Snyder recently signed a bill modernizing existing law by removing the title from the state police list of ranks and duties.