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2017 DPLSA Annual Golf Outing Fund – Raiser

2017 DPLSA Annual Golf Outing Fund – Raiser {0}

2017 DPLSA Golf Outing
Mark Your Calenders!
Friday, June 23, 2017
Registration 7 am, Tee Off at 8 am
Woodside Meadows Club
20820 Inkster Road

Romulus Michigan, 48174
Fee $125
Please come and support our Annual Fund -Raiser
Please Post and Share, thank you!
Call 313 961-5699 for any questions

24th Annual Michigan Peace Officers’ Candlelight Memorial Service {0}

24th Annual Michigan Peace Officers’ Candlelight Memorial Service

May 1 — Michigan

Monday, May 1: 24th Annual Michigan Peace Officers’ Candlelight Memorial Service — 7 p.m. east steps of Lansing State Capitol, 100 North Capitol Avenue. Contact Denise Scarbrough, Michigan Concerns of Police Survivors President at (877) 464-2677 or email survivor@micops.org

National Police Week 2017 – Washington DC {0}

National Police Week 2017 – Washington DC
Saturday, May 13: 29th Annual Candlelight Vigil — 8 p.m. No tickets required. Vigil will be held the National Mall between 4th and 7th streets, NW. Call (202) 737-3400. A reading of the newly engraved names at 9 p.m. Register to watch the live Vigil webcast at http://www.nleomf.org/candle-light-vigil-wall/

Attached are the Mandatory Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) License Revocation Provisions, please review! {0}

Attached are the Mandatory Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) License Revocation Provisions, please review!

LICENSE REVOCATION

 

I. MCOLES license revocation will occur if a licensed officer is:

 

A. Subjected to an adjudication of guilt for an offense in any jurisdiction that is punishable by more than 1 year of imprisonment; or

 

B. Subjected to an adjudication of guilt for any of the following Michigan misdemeanors, or equivalent offenses in another jurisdiction:

 

1. MCL 750.81(4)

 

Second offense for assaulting or assaulting and battering any of the following:

 

  1. current or former spouse;
  2. current or former dating partner;
  3. current or former co-parent;
  4. or current or former co-resident of a household; or
  5. person whom the defendant knows is pregnant.

     

    2. MCL 750.81a(1)

     

    Assaulting an individual without a weapon and inflicting serious or aggravated injury, without intending to commit murder or to inflict great bodily harm less than murder.

     

    3. MCL 750.81a(2)

     

    Assaulting or battering any of the following, without a weapon and inflicting serious or aggravated injury, without intending to commit murder or to inflict great bodily harm less than murder:

     

  1. current or former spouse;
  2. current or former dating partner;
  3. current or former co-parent;
  4. or current or former co-resident of a household; or
  5. person whom the defendant knows is pregnant.

     

    4. MCL 750.411h(2)(a)

     

    Stalking.

     

     

    5. MCL 333.7403(2)(c)

     

    Possessing any of the following controlled substances, or their analogues, without a valid prescription:

     

  1. LSD;
  2. peyote;
  3. mescaline;
  4. dimethyltryptamine;
  5. psilocin;
  6. psilocybin; or
  7. any Schedule 5 controlled substance.

     

    6. MCL 333.7404(2)

     

    Using any of the following controlled substances, or their analogues, without a valid prescription:

     

  1. those listed in schedules 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 ;
  2. MDMA;
  3. coca leaves and any of its salts, compounds, or derivatives; and
  4. methamphetamine, including its salts, stereoisomers, and salts of stereoisomers;
  5. LSD;
  6. Peyote;
  7. Mescaline;
  8. Dimethyltryptamine;
  9. psilocin; or
  10. psilocybin.

     

    7. MCL 257.625

     

    OWI or OWPD, if there was a prior conviction in the preceding 7 years, as that term is defined in MCL 257.625(25)(b).

     

    II. An “adjudication of guilt” that triggers license revocation includes any of the following:

     

  1. Judgment of guilty;

     

  2. Plea of guilty;

     

  3. Plea of guilty but mentally ill;
  4. Plea of nolo contendere;

     

  5. An order delaying sentence entered in conjunction with a disqualifying offense;

     

  6. An order of probation entered under the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act in conjunction with a disqualifying offense.

     

  7. An order of probation entered under MCL 333.7411 in conjunction with a disqualifying first-time controlled substance offense; or

     

  8. An order of probation entered under MCL 769.4a in conjunction with a disqualifying first-time assaultive offense.

     

     

FYI, Better Health for Law Enforcement {0}

FYI, GOOD TO KNOW!

Dr. Oz’s Ultimate Supplement Checklist
Dr. Oz sheds light on one of the most confusing health issues: What vitamins you should be taking daily. Find out what 4 supplements he takes every day and why you should too.

If you’ve ever stood paralyzed in the vitamin aisle, facing the alphabet soup of supplements, fear no more. This is Dr. Oz’s Ultimate Supplement Checklist. Learn what to take, why your body needs it and the proper dose.
A Multivitamin
A study of 3 million people revealed that less than 1% of the participants got enough essential vitamins from diet alone. That’s why you must take a multivitamin; it also helps prevent heart disease, breast cancer and colon cancer.

The Dose
Look for 100% of the daily value of the 12 essential vitamins and minerals – like vitamins B, C, E and zinc. Note: Only women who are menstruating need a multivitamin with iron. If you are post-menopausal or a male, you do not need a multivitamin that contains iron.
More is not better – avoid “mega-doses.” You only need 100% daily value, not 500%.
Take half in the morning and half at night to maximize absorption. You use a multivitamin’s various components during the chemical reactions that occur throughout your body. So, maintaining constant levels assures a steady supply of these vital nutrients
The Calcium Cocktail
Calcium is a necessary supplement for strong, healthy muscles, bones and teeth. You need to take it in combination with magnesium (to prevent the negative side effects of calcium) and vitamin D (to help the body absorb calcium) in order to get the maxium benefit.

The Dose
Calcium (600 mg) with magnesium (400 mg) and vitamin D (1,000 IU)
Take dose with a full glass of water, 2 hours after eating. Calcium can block the absorption of other supplements and prescriptions, so be sure to take it separately.
Vitamin D
Vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium and is integral the health of your immune system, blood vessels, muscles and nervous systems. Most of us don’t get enough vitamin D from sunlight, especially if you live in a northern climate or are dark-skinned. Vitamin D may also play a role in preventing certain cancers, including colon, uterine, breast and endometrial cancers.
The Dose
1,000 IU – this dose can be included in multi-vitamins, so make sure you read labels carefully.
Vitamin D is fat soluble, so it works better when taken with a little fat. Try taking it at breakfast with milk or yogurt.
Fish Oil
Fish oil contains omega-3 fatty acids called DHA and EPA which are essential for optimal functioning of the heart and brain. They reduce arterial inflammation, which can lower your risk for a heart attack. Fish oil is also associated with a 32% reduced risk of breast cancer. While a controversial report this year indicated that fish oil supplements could be dangerous due to possible trace amounts of mercury and/or PCBs (cancer-causing chemicals found in fish swimming in polluted waters), this small amount is not enough to be a concern. Click here for guidelines on buying fish oil with the necessary levels of DHA and EPA.

The Dose
Your daily dose must contain 600 mgs of the DHA omega-3 fatty acid.
Take fish oil with breakfast to avoid “fishy burps,” a side-effect some report when fish oil is taken on an empty stomach.
Many fish oils recommended refrigeration to keep them from spoiling. Check the label carefully.
Baby Aspirin
Though technically not a supplement, baby aspirin can help prevent heart attacks and it can reduce the chance of stroke. Recent studies suggest an added benefit: aspirin has been linked to the prevention of almost every cancer.

The Dose
Take 2 baby aspirin daily.
Consult your doctor before starting a daily aspirin regimen.

City of Detroit Benefits Survey {0}

Last week we informed you that the City of Detroit was going to forward you a survey regarding the 2018 Health Care Enrollment. The survey is more restrictive than we believed it would be because we believe there should be more concerns addressed in the survey.
 
The DPLSA is working towards more affordable options for our membership with lower co-pays, co-insurance and deductibles along with more health care concerns covered. We are also seeking enhancement to our current prescription coverage. We also want our members to be able to seek treatment wherever they choose and we support wellness options.
 
Ultimately we want Health Care plans that matter for our membership because they deserve it for their families and themselves!
 
I have attached the link for the survey, please take the time to review and address your concerns, thank you, take care of each other and stay safe!
 

Please join us at the 24th Annual State of Michigan Law Enforcement Officers Candlelight Memorial Service at 7 pm at the State Capitol,100 North Capitol Avenue, Lansing Michigan May 1, 2017. {0}

Please join us at the 24th Annual State of Michigan Law Enforcement Officers Candlelight Memorial Service at 7 pm at the State Capitol,100 North Capitol Avenue, Lansing Michigan May 1, 2017.

The Following Detroit Police Members families will be honored:

For more information please contact Michigan Concerns of Police Survivors President, at (877) 464-2677 or email survivor@micops.org

Corporal Myron A. Jarrett (EOW 10/28/16)

Captain Kenneth Steil (EOW 9/17/16)

Lieutenant Kevin Dwayne Miller (EOW 6/29/2016)

Sergeant Collin Rose, Wayne State University Police Department (EOW 11/23/16)

Please mark your calendars so that we can car pool or do whatever is needed to show our support to honor our members of our department who gave the ultimate sacrifice, thank you!

DPLSA

Please join us to celebrate the Retirement of Detective Keith Dean

Please join us to celebrate the Retirement of Detective Keith Dean {0}

Please join us to celebrate the Retirement of Detective Keith Dean
Friday, February 03, 2017
Detroit Public Safety Headquarters (DPSH) located at 1301 Third, Detroit Michigan, 48226, in the Michigan Room from 12 noon to 2 pm
Keith has served with courage, honor, integrity, commitment and dedication!

2017 Detroit Police Lieutenants and Sergeants Association General Membership Meeting Schedule {0}

2017 – DETROIT POLICE LIEUTENANTS AND SERGEANTS ASSOCIATION

GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 2017

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 2017

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2017

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2017

ALL Meetings doors open at 4:00 p.m.

Meetings start at 5:00 p.m.

Dinner after meeting

Meetings are being held at the American Serbian Hall located at

19940 Van Dyke, Detroit MI, 48234 at Outer Drive, (313)366-9668

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