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SHERIFF BENNY N. NAPOLEON JOINS FORCES WITH UHR TO PROMOTE HEALTHY LIFESTYLES


On May 16, 2017, Sheriff Benny N. Napoleon along with the men and women of the Wayne County Sheriff's Office, together with the Urban Health Resource (UHR) will be kicking off a health initiative that commits participants to eating healthier, being more physically active and manage stress. Change Your Lifestyle. Change Your Life . (CYL2) is a CDC-led diabetes prevention program that helps participants prevent diabetes by losing weight and increasing their physical activity. More than one out of three American adults has prediabetes, meaning that they are at risk for Type 2 Diabetes.

WHAT: NEWS CONFERENCE TO PRESENT THE KICK-OFF FOR CHANGE YOUR LIFESTYLE. CHANGE YOUR LIFE.

WHO:   SHERIFF BENNY N. NAPOLEON AND THE URBAN HEALTH RESOURCE (UHR) TEAM

WHEN: TUESDAY, MAY 16, 2017 FROM 4:30PM TO 6:00PM

WHERE: WCSO- 4747 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI

Monday, 01 May 2017 17:34

WCSO MARINE UNIT READY FOR BOATING SEASON

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The Wayne County Sheriff's Marine Unit and Sheriff Benny N. Napoleon are prepared and ready for this year's Boating Season. "Following the boating laws, wear a life jacket, pay attention to what's going on around you, know the weather conditions and where the shallow spots are," Napoleon said. "These may seem like basic tips but using basic safety precautions can help you have a good experience on the water."

The Marine Unit Patrols the waters in Wayne County, including Lake St. Clair, the Detroit River, Lake Erie, Huron River and Belleville Lake. This includes 38 miles of international waters.

On Friday, April 21, 2017, The Wayne County Sheriff's Office celebrated the Class of 4-17.  17 men and women graduated from the New Officer Entry School at the Wayne County Sheriff's Office. The graduates have been trained for jobs in the three Wayne County Jails. The new hires are expected to help reduce the overtime costs at the jails.

 

Thursday, 06 April 2017 16:20

WCSO HOLDS GRADUATION CEREMONY

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WAYNE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE HOLDS GRADUATION CEREMONY

On Friday, April 21, 2017, a class of men and women will graduate from New Officer Entry School at the Wayne County Sheriff's Office. The graduates have been trained for jobs in the three Wayne County jails. Sheriff Benny N. Napoleon will address the graduating class. We invite the media to come out and cover this important development not only in the graduate's careers, but for the administration of jail services.

WHAT: WCSO New Officer Entry School Graduation Ceremony

WHERE: Wayne County Community College District-Downriver Campus

21000 Northline Road, Taylor, MI 48180

WHEN: 2 p.m. Friday, April 21, 2017

Monday, 27 March 2017 19:33

WCSO & DPD HIRING EVENT

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Wayne County Sheriff’s Office and Detroit Police Hiring Event

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office continues to push its law enforcement hiring program in an effort to fill more than 100 open positions.  To meet this goal, the office will join the Detroit Police Department to host a hiring event for the public. Please note Sheriff Napoleon & Chief Craig will be available on Tuesday, April 4th at 9am to 9:15 am to do interviews to talk about the importance of this hiring event.

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Where: DESC Michigan Works, 9301 Michigan Ave. Detroit, MI 48210.

Time: 9am to 5pm

 

Monday, 27 February 2017 18:37

WCSO & DPD HIRING EVENT

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Wayne County Sheriff’s Office and Detroit Police Hiring Event

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office continues to push its law enforcement hiring program in an effort to fill more than 100 open positions.  To meet this goal, the office will join the Detroit Police Department to host an upcominghiring event for the public.

Wayne County Sheriff’s Office and Detroit Police Office Hiring Event

When: Wednesday March 15th, 2017

WhereMichigan Works! Highland Park,144 Manchester Street Highland Park, MI  48203

Time:   9am to 2pm

Requirements:

Must be at least 18 years of age                            

Valid Michigan Driver’s License

Possession of a High School Diploma or GED

No Felony Convictions

Be a U.S. Citizen

Be qualified to obtain a Concealed Pistol License

Police Officer Applications accepted on-site

Wayne County Sheriff’s Office           

Recruiting- 4747 Woodward                 

Detroit, MI 48201                                   

313-224-0641                                           

Wayne County Sheriff                         

Benny N. Napoleon

 

Thursday, 09 February 2017 22:42

WCSO ATTENDS HIRING FAIRS

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Wayne County Sheriff’s Office Attends Hiring Event

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office continues to push its law enforcement hiring program in an effort to fill more than 100 open positions.  To meet this goal, the office will join area churches to host hiring events for the public.

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Hartford Memorial Baptist Church

In Fellowship Hall

13735 W. 7 Mile Road

Detroit, MI. 48235

11am-1pm

Requirements:

Must be at least 18 years of age                                                                                                              

Valid Michigan Driver’s License

Possession of a High School Diploma or GED

No Felony Convictions

Be a U.S. Citizen

Be qualified to obtain a Concealed Pistol License

Must pass required written and agility test per agency requirements.

Police Officer Applications accepted on-site

Wayne County Sheriff’s Office

Recruiting – 4747 Woodward, Detroit, Mi. 48201

313-224-0641  

Wayne County Sheriff Benny N. Napoleon

 

 

  

Friday, 06 January 2017 16:39

WCSO CELEBRATES "OFFICER OF THE YEAR" AWARDS

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On Thursday, January 26, 2017, Sheriff Benny N. Napoleon and the executive command of The Wayne County Sheriff's Office will honor dozens of personnel for their service to the agency.

The "Officer of the Year" Awards Ceremony will recognize the men and women of the agency who have exhibited exemplary response to critical situations or have dedicated themselves to the job in a way that shines a positive light on the Wayne County Sheriff's Office. 

WHAT: "Officer of the Year" Awards Ceremony

WHEN: Thursday, January 26, 2017 Refreshments at 6pm. Ceremony at 6:30pm to 8pm.

WHERE: Wayne County Community College, Heinz C. Prechter Educ. & Perf. Arts Center, Auditorium,21000 Northline, Taylor, Michigan

On behalf of Wayne County Sheriff Benny N. Napoleon and The Wayne County Sheriff's Office we would like to wish everyone a happy, wonderful and safe holiday season!

Thursday, 22 December 2016 21:10

WCSO JOINS LOCAL 3317 & WCDSA/POAM FOR HOLIDAY DANCE

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On Friday, December 16, 2016 at the Horatio Williams Foundation, Sheriff Benny N. Napoleon along with Local 3317 & WCDSA/POAM celebrated the holiday season at the annual Holiday Dinner Dance.

Wednesday, 21 December 2016 22:01

WCSO HELPS SANTA WITH A CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY

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Sheriff Benny N. Napoleon and The Wayne County Sheriff's Office would like to thank all of our sponsors including Meijer Store, Chemical Bank, Royal Oak Storage, UAW "Making Our Children Smile" Charity just to name a few. We were able to give 75 families and 300 children in Wayne County gifts during the holiday season.

Wednesday, 21 December 2016 21:39

WCSO GIVES BACK DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON

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WCSO picked up gifts from Ms. Shirley Birch of CUP Community Group. Thank you Motown Grill in The Belmont Shopping Center for being a sponsor for this wonderful event.

Tuesday, 20 December 2016 19:44

WCSO HAS LUNCH WITH SANTA

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On Sunday, December 11, 2016, The Wayne County Sheriff's Office had Lunch With Santa at Antonio's Cucina Italiana Restaurant at the Dearborn Heights location.

Sheriff Benny N. Napoleon, Deputies & Santa collected gifts to give to Wayne County Children this holiday season. A big thanks goes out to Antonio's Cucina Italiana Restaurant for their support and generosity.

On Friday, December 9, 2016, Sheriff Benny N. Napoleon (along with Local 3317 and WCDSA/P.O.A.M.) hosted his annual Goodfellows Fundraiser party benefitting "No Child Without a Christmas." This massive, yet heartwarming event conducted by hundreds of Wayne County Sheriff's Deputies experience the joy of brightening others lives by raising money to buy toys for area girls and boys at Christmas. (Families are identified and pre-selected in advance based on need).

"We want to ensure that when Christmas rolls around that those in need have even more incentive to smile and that they know they are loved and cared for at home and also by those of us in the community." said Sheriff Benny Napoleon.

This year's party-co-sponsored by Local 3317 and WCDSA/P.O.A.M featured a raffle live auction, food and music.

On Friday, December 2, 2016, Cobo Center was filled with the sights and sounds of Christmas at the annual Adopt-A-Child Christmas Party. This year, deputies and appointees of the Wayne County Sheriff's Office adopted 50 children. They showered the children with gifts, warm clothing and toys. 

The WCSO partners with the North End Youth Improvement Council (N.E.Y.I.C) to deliver Christmas gifts to area children.

Thursday, 01 December 2016 17:01

WCSO TO HONOR WSU SGT. ROSE

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On Thursday, December 1, 2016, Sheriff Benny N. Napoleon and the entire Wayne County Sheriff’s Office will honor our fallen comrade, Wayne State University Police Sgt. Collin Rose. Sheriff Napoleon and the men and women of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office express their sincerest condolences in the loss of Sgt. Rose. Sheriff Napoleon wants to acknowledge his passing and honor Sgt. Rose’s memory with a tribute that will be executed by the members of the WCSO.

“We are saddened to hear of the passing of Sgt. Rose. Sgt. Rose was known to many for getting involved in community service. Sgt. Rose was also known for being a very proactive, canine officer who worked hard at keeping the community safe. This is a tremendous loss to us all.” said Sheriff Napoleon.

On Thursday, December 1, 2016 at 11a.m., all WCS officers in equipped units will assume a fixed location on Wayne County roads and simultaneously enable their lights and sirens for 15 seconds in memory of Sgt. Rose. We ask your assistance in alerting the traveling public who may witness this tribute that this is an agency-wide observance so they are not unnecessarily alarmed.

U.S. Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch hosted the 64th Annual Attorney General's Awards Ceremony honoring the Justice Department and WCSO.

Congratulations to our finest! The Wayne County Sheriff's Office was recognized for their dedicated service to the citizens of Wayne County. WCSO Award Recipients included, Sgt. Daniel Carmona, Cpl. Brian Rinehart, Cpl. David Weinman and Cpl. Raymond Alam.

We are honored to be highlighted for our community efforts. "The Attorney General's Awards provide us with a rare opporunity to honor the efforts of outstanding department employees and our invaluable partners across the federal government and at the state and local levels," said Attorney General Lynch. "Their work had made our nation- and our world- stronger, safer and more just, and I am proud of and inspired by each and every one of them."

On Friday, October 28, 2016, The American Arab Chamber of Commerce (AACC) recognized Wayne County Sheriff Benny N. Napoleon at its 24th Annual "Building Economic Bridges" Gala, which was held at Livonia's Burton Manor.

More than 1,000 guest celebrated the contributions of the local American Arab community. AT&T Regional Vice President Gregory Clark presented Wayne County Sheriff Benny N. Napoleon the Community and Economic Bridge Builder of the Year Award for his excepitional support, dedication and commitment to the American Arab Community.

AACC Chairman Ahmad Chebbani said, "We created the Community Bridge Builder Award to recognize civic leaders such as Sheriff Napoleon. His service to our cities and county, his integrity and outreach, have helped to make this region safer and attractive to businesses and families. He is a true bridge builder."

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