Flint Police Department Welcomes Newest K-9 Team to its Ranks

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The City of Flint Police Department is proud to announce that it now has a second K-9 team on the job. Flint Police Officer Andrew “Andy” Grocholski and his new K-9 Partner Sonitrol (named for the company sponsoring the dog) have graduated the Oakland ...

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Flint City Hall Closed Monday, May 30, 2016 for Memorial Day

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Flint City Hall will be closed for Memorial Day on Monday, May 30, 2016.

 

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Flint Police Foundation Awarded $1.08 Million Grant from Ruth Mott Foundation for North End Community Crime Strategy

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The Flint Police Foundation has been awarded a $1,087,107 grant from the Ruth Mott Foundation to implement its North End Community Crime Strategy (NECCS). The strategy targets changes in community infrastructure, culture and physical environment in order ...

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Flint Police Officers Participate in “Movember” to Raise Money for Men’s Health Cancer Research

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The Flint Police Department is allowing its officers the chance to go unshaven for the month of November for a good cause. “Movember” as it’s called is a month long awareness campaign for men’s health in which men grow beards ...

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Flint Police Chief James Tolbert Addresses Incident at Brownell Elementary School

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The following statement from Police Chief James Tolbert is in regards to an incident that happened at Brownell Elementary School.

“The City of Flint Police Department takes pride in its commitment to protect the health, safety, and welfare of its citizens, especially children. ...

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City of Flint Selected to Join the Department of Justice’s Violence Reduction Network

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The City of Flint has been selected by the United States Department of Justice (U.S. DOJ) to join the Violence Reduction Network (VRN), a comprehensive approach to reducing violent crime in communities around the country. Deputy Attorney General Sally Q. Yates ...

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Receivership Transition Advisory Board Approves Budget Amendment to Reallocate Funds for More Police Positions

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During the monthly meeting of the Receivership Transition Advisory Board (RTAB) held on Wednesday, August 12, 2015, a budget amendment reallocating funds to increase staffing in the Flint Police Department was approved. The resolution brought before the RTAB was passed ...

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United States Army to Conduct Training Exercises in the City of Flint

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The Flint Police Department is advising the public that elements of the U.S. military are conducting training June 1-12 in designated parts of southeast Michigan, including the Flint area. The training involves the use of training simunitions (simulation munitions) and helicopters. Sounds associated ...

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Dort Mall Blue Badge Community Service Center Opens

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A grand opening of the new Flint Police Blue Badge Community Service Center was held Monday, May 11 at the center’s new location in the Dort Mall, 3600 blk. S. Dort Hwy. The Community Service Center will be staffed by a Police Officer, a Neighborhood Service Officer and volunteers ...

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