The 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. 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.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder plans to lay out how he hopes to reduce crime during an upcoming special address.
The House Judiciary Committee, this week, is expected to approve legislation to legalize concealed tasers to help fight crime.
Governor Rick Snyder is releasing his 2012 through 2013 budget proposal.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced $94,000 in grants to improve public safety in three rural areas in Michigan.
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing was forced to accept City Council’s latest budget plan, after his proposed compromise was rejected.
The Detroit Firefighters Association is airing commercials as part of its campaign to protect public safety from the budget ax.
Harper Woods voters being asked May 3rd to approve a change to their city charter that would combine their police and fire departments into one department of public safety.
Eastern Michigan University Thursday offered more information on the possible identity theft committed against students believed to have been committed by two former student employees.