Detroit Council Says 'No' To Police Millage Vote Citing the already heavy tax burden on Detroit homeowners, City Council has voted not to put a public safety millage on the November ballot.
Detroit Council Delays Decision On Police Millage RequestDetroit City Council has decided to set up special session, sometime in the next two weeks, to decide on whether to put a police millage proposal before voters this November.
Better ... But DPD Still Not In Full Compliance With Consent DecreeThe consent decrees arose out of an investigation that began in 2000, and involve how Detroit police officers are trained, use force, and how prisoners are housed.
Police Chief: Officers Showing Maturity Through Tough TimesA day after the city announced plans to make wage and benefit cuts, Detroit's Police Chief is sending a message to officers.
Detroit Fire, Police Departments Suffer Deep CutsA city plagued by arson fires now has fewer engines on the streets and police officers on patrol.
Detroit Mayor: Fireworks Will Be 'Safe' EventDetroit Mayor Dave Bing is inviting area residents downtown Monday night for a "safe" holiday celebration -- just one week after the police chief warned of rumored plans for gang violence.
Godbee: Shooting Death Of Detroit 300 Volunteer 'A Sad Irony' Talking live on WWJ Newsradio 950 says they hope to make an arrest soon in the drive-by shooting death of a man who was a volunteer for the community organization "Detroit 300".
Gang Violence, Budget Crunch Threaten Holiday Events In DetroitThis could be the last year for Detroit's Thanksgiving Day Parade and fireworks display.
Detroit Police Chief: $1Million In Drugs SeizedOver a million dollars in illegal drugs have been taken off the streets of Detroit.
Detroit Biz Owners Pledge To Honor K2 BanAn organization representing hundreds of store and gas station owners have stepped forward to say they support the ban and have pulled the product from their shelves.
State Senator, Police Seek Tougher Gun LawsMichigan State Senator Rick Jones, along with law enforcement officials, say they want tougher laws on the books to prevent further gun violence in the state.
Meeting Addresses Direction For More Positive CommunityDetroit police chief Ralph Godbee and other members of the department met with members of the community to discuss ways to return criminals back to the community in a positive way.
Project Lighthouse Aims To Keep Detroit Residents Safe"These are safe havens for are visitors and residents downtown," said Detroit Police Chief Ralph Godbee.
Detroit Recognized As Pioneer In Youth Violence PreventionAttorney General Eric Holder is recognizing Detroit and five other cities for their progress in preventing youth violence.
Symposium Focuses On Minority Youths In DetroitHundreds of teens and college students spent the day at the Skillman Foundation's Boys of Color event at Wayne County Community College.