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Washtenaw County, Michigan

2017 Environmental Excellence Award Ceremony

2017 Environmental Excellence Award Ceremony

Thank you to those of you who attended our Environmental Excellence Awards Ceremony! We had such a fun time welcoming our new partners and honoring the outstanding work that our award winners do.

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WCSO Community Work Program Assists with the Grace Fellowship Food Bank

WCSO Community Work Program Assists with the Grace Fellowship Food Bank

The Sheriff’s Office Community Work Program assists Grace Fellowship House of Solutions distribute FREE groceries to those in need on the 1st and 2nd Saturday of every month.

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All Are Welcome at Washtenaw County Public Health

All Are Welcome at Washtenaw County Public Health

When everyone is healthy, we all benefit. We proudly serve immigrants, refugees and all who live in Washtenaw County.

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WCSO warns about IRS Impersonation Scams

WCSO warns about IRS Impersonation Scams

During tax time many IRS imposters attempt to take advantage of people at tax deadline time. Criminals are looking for ways to steal your money or your identity. Don’t fall victim to an IRS scam.

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WCSO to Provide Active Shooter Training for Faith Community

WCSO to Provide Active Shooter Training for Faith Community

This Saturday, February 25, 2017 the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office will be hosting our Active Shooter and Active Assailant Training for our local faith community.

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WCSO shares SEMCOG’s regional update reference the increase in traffic crashes, fatalities and injuries with some tips on how to avoid crashes and reduce injuries.

WCSO shares SEMCOG’s regional update reference the increase in traffic crashes, fatalities and injuries with some tips on how to avoid crashes and reduce injuries.

Preliminary analysis by Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG) shows that traffic crashes in the seven-county region (Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Washtenaw, and Wayne Counties) have increased for the fourth consecutive year. Total traffic crashes increased by six percent in 2016, up from 138,710 crashes in 2015. Both traffic fatalities and serious injuries increased by 10 percent in the region. The rise in traffic crashes, fatalities, and serious injuries in Southeast Michigan is consistent with state and national trends.

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