Warren Crime Commission

Warren Crime Commission City of Warren MI Crime Commission The Purpose and Function of the City of Warren Crime Commission shall be to Study the Crime situation in the City, to make recommendations for its prevention, elimination and to develop Citizens Cooperation in Law Enforc
City of Warren Michigan Crime Commission James R. Fouts, Mayor
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Warren Crime Commission is a non-paid 12-person body of citizen volunteers appointed by the mayor. The Warren Crime Commission originated in 1968 when it was created by a city ordinance. The original Crime Commission was established under the leadership of Judge Walter P. Cynar. His purpose and vision have been carried on by numerous hard-working volunteers during the past 40 years. The Warren Crime Commission meets at 6 p.m. on the first Wednesday of every month at their offices located at 5959 Beebe Street, one block east of Mound. Beebe is the first street north of 13 Mile Road. The meetings are open to the public. The commission is charged with responsibility for studying crime within Warren, making recommendations for improvements to the mayor. They also conduct crime prevention seminars and a forum for the discussion of crime. The crime commission works closely with the police department and the city council.

Mission: The Purpose and Function of the City of Warren Crime Commission shall be to Study the Crime situation in the City, to make recommendations for its prevention, elimination and to develop Citizens Cooperation in Law Enforcement.

05/21/2020
City of Warren Police Department

City of Warren Police Department

FATAL HIT & RUN

Warren Police are asking for the public's help in locating a vehicle possibly involved in an accident that took the life of a 33yr old man on west bound 8 mile near Groesbeck on Tuesday, May 19th, at approximately 10:05 PM. The vehicle involved is possibly a black Dodge Dart or Chrysler 200 with chromed side view mirrors. The driver's side view mirror was found at the scene. The vehicle probably sustained moderate to heavy front left side damage.

If you have any information that might help identify the vehicle or driver, PLEASE call Detective Kulhanek at 586-574-4705 or email at [email protected]

Sterling Heights Police Department
05/20/2020

Sterling Heights Police Department

We are calling on you for your help in cracking this case! Put on your detective hat and grab your magnifying glass because this case just landed on your desk.

Here is a picture of a suspect who wasn’t taught proper etiquette! This suspect committed check fraud in our city and then did the same thing in Shelby Township.

You can help us solve two cases with one stone by helping us identify this soon to be jail bird! Though he may have walked out of the store proud as a peacock, you can help us muster up some leads and bring this suspect to justice!

If you recognize this person, please contact Detective Becker at (586)446-2834 (or) [email protected] and help us identify this suspect!

Please like and share this post to spread the word. Thank you for your help!

Fraternal Order of Police Christopher M Wouters Lodge 124
05/15/2020

Fraternal Order of Police Christopher M Wouters Lodge 124

The Fraternal Order of Police State Lodge of Michigan and Christopher M Wouters Lodge 124 have teamed up to benefit the Special Olympics of Michigan Law Enforcement Torch Run, as a drop off location for their bottle drive fundraiser.

The bottle drive is Tomorrow, Friday May 15th! Pack up those refundable bottles that are taking up space in your garage and drop them off between 1-3 PM!

Warren
* FOP 124 (11304 14 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48093)

OTHER LOCATIONS STATEWIDE

Special Olympics Michigan offices
* Auburn Hills (2275 N. Opdyke Rd., Suite F, Auburn Hills, MI 48326)

* Grand Rapids (160 68th Street Southwest, Grand Rapids, MI 49548)

* Mt. Pleasant (1120 S. Mission Street, Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858)

* Ann Arbor, Howell & Brighton areas: contact Garth Burnside at (734) 260-5850 to arrange a meeting location

* Chesterfield: 49230 Monte Rd., Chesterfield, MI 49230

* Dewitt: 3390 Silverspring Drive, Dewitt, MI 48820 (leave bags in driveway)

* Flint (MSP Flint Post): G4481 Corunna Rd., Flint, MI 48532

* Taylor (MSP Metro South Post): 12111 Telegraph Rd., Taylor, MI 48180

* Muskegon (Terri Strait's Shed): 4074 Teanmar Ave., Muskegon, MI 49444

* Holt (Wild Strawberry Flowers and More): 2018 St., Holt, MI 48842 (May 15 only for this location)

Please bring bottles and cans in large tied-off garbage bags to help prevent spills.

The next scheduled drop-off dates will be May 20 from 1-3 PM.

'DO NOT click the link'; Police warn of scam COVID-19 text messages
05/13/2020
'DO NOT click the link'; Police warn of scam COVID-19 text messages

'DO NOT click the link'; Police warn of scam COVID-19 text messages

THOMASTON, Me. (WSET) -- Police are warning cell phone users of a new text message scam during the coronavirus pandemic. The Thomaston Police Department in Maine posted on Facebook a photo of the alert being sent to people in a text message. The message was sent to someone in Maine from an Indiana a...

Some tips to recognize a Phishing email.  Phishing is the fraudulent practice of sending emails purporting to be from re...
05/13/2020

Some tips to recognize a Phishing email. Phishing is the fraudulent practice of sending emails purporting to be from reputable companies in order to induce individuals to reveal personal information, such as passwords and credit card numbers.

National Police Week is May 10-16, 2020. In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation which designated May 1...
05/09/2020

National Police Week is May 10-16, 2020. In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation which designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week. Peace Officers Memorial Day is observed to pay tribute to the local, state, and federal law enforcement officers who have died/or been permanently disabled, in the line of duty. During this week, please honor, remember, and celebrate American Law Enforcement and especially our great men and women of the WPD.

04/29/2020

Due to the continued stay at home order in effect, the May Crime Commission meeting has been cancelled.

City of Warren Police Department
04/18/2020

City of Warren Police Department

04/17/2020
Warren Community Police Unit

Warren Community Police Unit

Officer T Werner Warren Police Department

Video Request - Homicide

Homicide occurred on 4/16/2020 around 2145hrs (9:45PM) near Cyman and Toepfer. Warren Police is requesting you CHECK YOUR SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS!. Anyone with video footage of a white Ford Crown Victoria (Police interceptor) between the hours of 2130hrs (9:30PM) and 2200hrs (10:00PM) PLEASE reach out to me via email at [email protected]

Candice Miller
04/11/2020

Candice Miller

Wipes Clog Pipes ... During the pandemic, we have seen a 340% increase in the number of disposable wipes and other trash in our sanitary sewer systems -- and that's just what we have been able to catch in our protective screens. Please remember, wipes, gloves, paper masks -- they all need to be disposed of in the trash can, not down the toilet. Adding these products to our sewer systems damages pumps and can cause backups in pipes -- either ours or the ones in your house! Photo shows just SOME of what we pulled out of one of our pump stations in less than a week!

City of Warren Police Department
04/10/2020

City of Warren Police Department

Sterling Heights Police Department
04/01/2020

Sterling Heights Police Department

**FRAUD ALERT**

We have not received any reports in Sterling Heights of these scams, but they are out there!

The two biggest ones we have heard of are a fraudulent on-line COVID-19 test. There is no such thing at this time of an online COVID-19 test.

Secondly, we have been hearing about is a scam text message with a form claiming you need to fill it out for your stimulus check. This too is a scam!

Some tips to keep in mind to defeat these scammers are:

Look at the URL, if it is a legitimate email address/website it should end in “.gov” or “.ca”.

Make sure you are on a secure website.

Do not click on links sent to you in text or email, and verify you are on a legitimate website.

Lastly, stop and think before you act. Ask yourself if you heard of these types of scams. If you aren’t sure, ask a family member or a friend. And as always, reach out to us for guidance on these types of scams.

Thank you and please continue to Stay Home & Stay Safe!


03/31/2020
Warren Police Officers Association

Warren Police Officers Association

Public Service Announcement –

If you are driving around your City to look for and report businesses that are open, you aren’t a solution to the problem, you ARE the problem! STAY HOME!

Police Departments are flooded with calls about businesses who are operating legitimately under the Governor’s Executive Order. Those businesses which are allowed to operate are:

• Health care and public health employees
• Grocery and convenience stores
• Restaurants, for takeout and delivery services
• Gas stations
• Child care workers, for children of critical infrastructure workers
• Communications and information technology, including the news media
• Financial services (banks, check cashing, etc.)
• Auto repair shops
• Insurance agencies
• Necessary government employees
• Public works employees – plumbers, electricians, exterminators, other sanitation workers
• Organizations working with hazardous material or in chemical supply chains
• Workers and volunteers for organizations that provide food, shelter and other necessities of life for the economically disadvantaged or otherwise needy
• Businesses in the energy, water and wastewater industries

DO NOT CALL 911 TO REPORT THESE BUSINESSES OPERATING. DO NOT CALL AND DEMAND IMMEDIATE ACTION. IF YOU MUST CALL ON A BUSINESS, REPORT TO THE NON-EMERGENCY POLICE NUMBERS IN YOUR AREA.

Careful with your household chemicals.
03/28/2020

Careful with your household chemicals.

PSA:
With everyone getting fancy with their own cleaning solutions, we thought this would be a good one to share.
Please be careful when mixing products and make sure to steer clear of these combos! They can be deadly.

Also in the interest of transparency, we did *acquire* this image from the Clearwater Fire & Rescue Department. Thank you 😁

03/28/2020
City of Warren Police Department

City of Warren Police Department

**WPD COVID-19 UPDATE **

If you suspect that a work place is operating and is non-essential, please DO NOT call 911. We are receiving several of these type of calls that are tying up 911 lines and 911 dispatchers. This could delay a response to an actual emergency.

We ask that anyone who feels it necessary to report a suspected non-essential business to call Warren Police NON-EMERGENCY line at 586-574-4700.

What don't you understand
03/26/2020

What don't you understand

Warren City Council
03/25/2020

Warren City Council

City of Warren Police Department
03/24/2020

City of Warren Police Department

Additional contact information for Warren Police Department Main location as well as Civic Center South locations

Our April 1, 2020 meeting has been cancelled. Please join the Digital Census Workshop on April 4, 2020 at 12:00 pm for c...
03/24/2020

Our April 1, 2020 meeting has been cancelled. Please join the Digital Census Workshop on April 4, 2020 at 12:00 pm for census information and to ask questions.

03/22/2020

EVERYONE BE CAUTIOUS!!

Fake checks and text messages claiming to give money to help in relief of the current situation.

They are scams to get personal information!

Don't fall for them.

City of Warren
03/21/2020

City of Warren

Have an impact on our community. Be counted!

Join us with your 2020 Census questions and to complete your census with us.

Once every decade, the U.S. Census works to count every person living in the United States. Every Michigander needs to be counted because census numbers affect everyone in Michigan - including seniors, students, kids, parents, businesses and communities.

We will learn about the importance of census and have the opportunity to complete the census during this session. Those who complete the census during the call will have the opportunity to win so great prizes! Join us on April 4th, 2020 at 12 PM!

Speaker: Dr. Harun Rashid, Adjunct Faculty, Wayne State University

Hosted by: APIA Vote-MI & USPS4gg and City of Warren

Join URL: https://zoom.us/j/418863026

From Mayor Fouts,Effective Monday, March 23, 2020, I have declared a State of Emergency in the City of Warren in accorda...
03/21/2020
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From Mayor Fouts,
Effective Monday, March 23, 2020, I have declared a State of Emergency in the City of Warren in accordance with Public Act 390 of 1976. The purpose of this declaration is to ensure that the City is availing itself of all possible resources as we combat the present emergency caused by COVID-19 and provide services to the residents of the City of Warren.
During the coming days the City will be discussing with City Department’s various work from home options, as they are available for the City of Warren employees. During this time the City will remain open for all services to our residents while we continue our public closure of the City Facilities.
We remain in close contact with State, County and Federal authorities as this situation continues to develop.
Stay safe and healthy
Mayor James R. Fouts
City of Warren
One City Square- Suite 215
Warren, MI 48093-6726
586-574-4520
[email protected]
www.cityofwarren.org

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03/21/2020
Warren Community Police Unit

Warren Community Police Unit

Some more tips about Covid-19 Scams:

You can’t buy a COVID-19 “cure”:

Many of the COVID-19 scams going around involve attempts by companies and individuals to sell products they claim to prevent or cure the novel coronavirus, which has already killed over 100 people in the United States alone. Scammers are peddling fake remedies ranging from colloidal silver to cow manure. But the novel coronavirus is exactly that — new — and there is no known cure yet. Vaccine trials are underway, but any scalable results are months away at best.

Watch out for scam emails and texts, too:
Phishing schemes, in which a scammer sends an email or text meant to trick you into handing over your personal info, have gotten pretty sophisticated in recent years, and can even include elements like official imagery or email addresses that look similar to email addresses used by official businesses. Likewise, phone calls and texts from scammers pretending to be official businesses may include information like your name or phone number to try to convince you that they’re real.
Scammers are trying to trick people into reserving a COVID-19 vaccine over the phone:

Police departments across the country are issuing warnings about scammers trying to trick people into reserving a COVID-19 vaccine over the phone. The callers claim to be from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and ask for peoples’ credit cards and Social Security numbers in order to complete the transactions.

Some common-sense measures to take include:
• Check the sender's email address. Are they who they claim to be? Check that their contact name matches the actual email address they’re sending from.
• Try not to click or tap! If it’s a link and you’re on a computer, take advantage of your mouse’s hover to closely inspect the domain address before clicking on them.
• Try not to download files from unfamiliar people. Avoid opening attachments from any external email addresses or phone numbers.
• Get someone else’s opinion. Ask a coworker: Were we expecting an email from this sender? Or ask a friend: Does this email look strange to you? A good practice is to use a different medium to verify (for example, if you receive a strange email claiming to be your friend, try calling your friend over the phone to double-check that it’s from them).

Turning Point, Inc.
03/21/2020

Turning Point, Inc.

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