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Lakeview MSP post shares highlights of 2013

N-MSP-logoThe Michigan State Police Lakeview Post would like to share some of its accomplishments and successes from 2013. The Lakeview post serves the counties of Montcalm, Gratiot, and Ionia.

In 2013, the post welcomed four new Troopers, three new Sergeants, one new canine handler, one new Lieutenant, and one new Chaplain.

Additionally, Troopers from the post handled 11,196 calls for service; of these 740 were alcohol or drug related. The post has 2,130 Registered Sex Offenders living in the post area with a 99 percent compliance rate. There are 11,310 inmates residing in the prisons located in St. Louis, Carson City, and Ionia. MSP handles all criminal investigations associated with these prisons. Troopers and Detectives were successful in helping to break up three large groups responsible for many residential and commercial break-ins in the post area. Troopers gave 11 presentations at local senior centers and church groups on elderly safety and not becoming a victim of fraud.

As part of the department’s Strategic Plan, the post implemented a new traffic safety initiative to address aggressive driving, distracted drivers, speed, and seatbelt use. These traffic safety concerns were impacting the local communities on US-127, US-131, I-96, and M-66.

The MSP is continuing to hire new troopers. Earlier this year, the department unveiled a new recruiting campaign, ‘ENFORCE, INVESTIGATE and SERVE,’ aimed at attracting candidates interested in a career with the MSP. The new recruiting campaign highlights the training and qualities every recruit must possess in order to enforce, investigate, and serve as a State Trooper. Interested candidates should visit www.michigan.gov/mspjobs for more information on how to apply.

The MSP is committed to providing ‘Service with a Purpose’ to communities statewide. For non-emergency MSP service 24/7, call 1-800-525-5555. Connect with us on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/MichiganStatePolice, on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/MichStatePolice or visit our website at www.Michigan.gov/MSP.

 

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One Response to “Lakeview MSP post shares highlights of 2013”

  1. Eli Amishuga says:

    Cedar Springs has no highlights $750,000 wasted

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