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City police have quick turnaround on crash reports

Each year the Michigan State Police produces a pamphlet showing how long it takes area police departments to submit their UD-10 crash reports.  According to Cedar Springs Police Chief Roger Parent, the Michigan state average in 2009 was 22 days.

“Officers’ work schedules and returning reports for mistakes or corrections will affect the time line when submitting completed crash reports to the state,” explained Parent. “I am very proud to inform you that our average was 9.5 days,” he told the Cedar Springs City Council last month. “I give credit to our officers for this accomplishment.”

Many area agencies averaged less time than the state average, but more than Cedar Springs: Sparta 27.6 days, Kent County Sheriff Dept. 17.6, Rockford Police 16.4, and Michigan State Police Rockford 11.2.

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