Events

Fund-raiser for the family of Corporal Myron A. Jarrett, End of Watch October 28, 2016 {0}

Fund-raiser for the family of Corporal Myron A. Jarrett, End of Watch October 28, 2016

 

4th Annual Officer Hammond Memorial Hockey Game
January 21, 2017, 730 pm
Tickets $10.00

Raffle
Mt. Clemens Ice Arena
200 N. Groesbeck Hwy, Mt. Clemens, Michigan 48043
Contact Sergeant Warner at warnerj3@michigan.gov for more information

 

Please share and support also bring your friends and family showing support for one of our own that gave the ultimate sacrifice!

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

Custom Badge Art

Custom Badge Art {0}

Revised Coffee and Cake Retirement Celebration for Sergeant James H. Lightfoot Jr. {0}

REVISED!!!!! Please NOTE Date, Time and Location Change!
Please Join us for the Coffee and Cake Retirement Celebration of Sergeant James H. Lightfoot Jr., assigned to Fleet Management.
Sergeant Lightfoot is retiring after serving the Detroit Police Department for over 31 years of committed, dedicated and honorable service!
The Coffee and Cake Celebration will be FRIDAY, January 6, 2017, PRISM RESTAURANT, located inside the GREEKTOWN CASINO, located at 555 E. Lafayette, Detroit Michigan, 48226, from 130 pm to 330 pm.
Please come and celebrate the accomplishments and wonderful career of an awesome individual!

Please Join us for the Retirement Celebration of Sergeant James H. Lightfoot Jr., assigned to Fleet Management. {0}

Please Join us for the Retirement Celebration of Sergeant James H. Lightfoot Jr., assigned to Fleet Management.
 
Sergeant Lightfoot is retiring after serving the Detroit Police Department for over 31 years of committed, dedicated and honorable service!
 
The Coffee and Cake Celebration will be Thursday, January 5, 2017, 11 am to 2 pm at the Second Precinct located at 13530 Lesure.
 
Please come and celebrate the accomplishments and wonderful career of an awesome individual!

Congratulations to the newly promoted members of the Detroit Police Department {0}

Congratulations to the newly promoted members of the Detroit Police Department.

THE RANK OF CAPTAIN

Miles, Octaveious Tucker, Joe, Jr

THE RANK OF LIEUTENANT

Lewis, Brandon D.
Potts,LaShanna M.
Phillips, Howard
Kennedy, John F.
Jackson, Rodney D.
Severly, Ian
Lalone, Robert M.
Purifoy, Lena M.
Duncan, Willie F.
Hughes Cregg D.

THE RANK OF SERGEANT

Pasharikovski, John
Williams, Elaine E.
Moore, Nzinga
Bell, Michele D.
Hughes, Raymond D.
Brown, Darchell C.
Ways, Marcus R.
Holeman Michael M.
Williams, Shanelle C.
Dunning, Shaun
Thirlkill, Marcus M.
Russell, Dana
Butler, Kenneth E.
Bolden, Matthew L.
Snyder, Murch A.
Fulgenzi, Matthew L.
Davidson, Dominic J.
Covington, Donald R.
Frederick, Erica S
Gardner, Jon K.

THE RANK OF DETECTIVE

Davis, Tia
Sargent, Aubrey
Beasley, Reginald
Jones, Eugene
Rietz, Mathew
Robert, Jeffrey
Felix, Joshua
Forte, Renee

THE RANK OF CORPORAL

Fountain, Michael

THE RANK OF CHIEF RESERVE OFFICER

Linda Gruss

Continue to make us proud!

Detroit Red Wings and Law Enforcement Team Up for the Final Law Enforcement Appreciation Night at Joe Louis Arena {0}

Detroit Red Wings and Law Enforcement Team Up for the Final Law Enforcement Appreciation Night at Joe Louis Arena

Detroit Red Wings v. Los Angeles Kings, Joe Louis Arena, on Thursday, December 15, 2016

WASHINGTON DC—The Detroit Red Wings have joined the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund to host their final Law Enforcement Appreciation Night at Joe Louis Arena on Thursday, December 15, 2016, at 7:30 pm. For the sixth year in a row, this special night will honor the service and sacrifice of law enforcement officers, correctional officers, their families and the communities they serve while raising awareness and funds for the National Law Enforcement Museum, currently under construction in Washington, DC, and scheduled to open in 2018.

The game’s opening ceremony will be dedicated to honoring Michigan officers killed in the line of duty this year, including Wayne State University Police Department Officer Collin Rose, Berrien County (MI) Sheriff’s Department Court Security Officer Ronald Kienzle, Berrien County (MI) Sheriff’s Department Court Security Supervisor Joe Zangaro, Detroit (MI) Police Department Sergeant Kenneth Steil and Officer Myron Jarrett.

The Macomb County (MI) Sheriff’s Department Honor Guard will present the colors for the National Anthem during the evening’s opening ceremony.

“We’re excited to welcome more than 1,100 police officers and their families from throughout the state of Michigan to the Red Wings game on Thursday to thank them for their service,” said Rick Fenton, Vice President of Corporate Security for Ilitch Holdings, Inc. “With proceeds benefitting the [National] Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, we look forward to raising money and paying respect to officers who continue to put their lives on the line to protect our communities.”

During the game, the Detroit Red Wings coaching staff will be supporting law enforcement by wearing special-edition National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund lapel pins.

“This is a memorable night as we honor Michigan law enforcement officers at ‘The Joe,’” said Craig W. Floyd, President & CEO of the Memorial Fund. “Many years of great hockey games have taken place on the ice at the JOE, including six law enforcement appreciation events. We look forward to our continued partnership with the Detroit Red Wings and are excited to honor law enforcement in the new Little Caesars Arena next year.”

The Detroit Red Wings are offering a special all-inclusive Law Enforcement Appreciation Night package starting at just $47 for the general public, law enforcement officers and their families. The package

includes a ticket to the game and a Detroit Red Wings Farewell Law Enforcement Patch. Additionally, the Detroit Red Wings will donate $10 from each ticket sold directly to the Memorial Fund in support of the National Law Enforcement Museum.

To learn more information and to purchase the limited ticket packages, visit www.detroitredwings.com/law or contact Jamie Clark at (313) 394-7138 or Jamie.Clark@hockeytown.com.

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About the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund

Established in 1984, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund is a private non-profit organization dedicated to telling the story of American law enforcement and making it safer for those who serve. The Memorial Fund maintains the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, DC, which contains the names of 20,789 officers who have died in the line of duty throughout U.S. history. The Memorial Fund is now building the National Law Enforcement Museum, which will tell the story of American law enforcement through high-tech, interactive exhibitions, historical artifacts and extensive educational programming. For more information, visit www.LawMemorial.org.

COFFEE AND CAKE RECEPTION FOR RETIRING POLICE OFFICER TRENT BROWN ASSIGNED TO THE SPECIAL RESPONSE TEAM {0}

COFFEE AND CAKE RECEPTION FOR RETIRING POLICE OFFICER TRENT BROWN ASSIGNED TO THE SPECIAL RESPONSE TEAM

The Special Response Team is hosting a Coffee and Cake Reception for retiring Police Officer Trent Brown, assigned to the Special Response Team, on Wednesday, December 14, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. Officer Brown will be retiring after twenty-two (22) years of dedicated service. Please join us at the Training Center, located at 6050 Linwood, in celebrating his accomplishments and contributions to the Detroit Police Department and the City of Detroit.

An awesome individual, thanks Trent for everything!

Detroit Police Department’s Appointment and Promotional Ceremony {0}

DETROIT POLICE DEPARTMENT’S APPOINTMENT AND PROMOTIONAL CEREMONY
The Detroit Police Department’s Ceremony for Appointments and Promotions will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, December 16, 2016, at Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church, located at 2080 W. Grand Boulevard, Detroit, Michigan 48208.
THE RANK OF CAPTAIN
Miles, Octaveious Tucker, Joe, Jr
THE RANK OF LIEUTENANT
Lewis, Brandon D.
Potts,LaShanna M.
Phillips, Howard
Kennedy, John F.
Jackson, Rodney D.
Severly, Ian
Lalone, Robert M.
Purifoy, Lena M.
Duncan, Willie F.
Hughes Cregg D.
THE RANK OF SERGEANT
Pasharikovski, John
Williams, Elaine E.
Moore, Nzinga
Bell, Michele D.
Hughes, Raymond D.
Brown, Darchell C.
Ways, Marcus R.
Holeman Michael M.
Williams, Shanelle C.
Dunning, Shaun
Thirlkill, Marcus M.
Russell, Dana
Butler, Kenneth E.
Bolden, Matthew L.
Snyder, Murch A.
Fulgenzi, Matthew L.
Davidson, Dominic J.
Covington, Donald R.
Frederick, Erica S
Gardner, Jon K.
THE RANK OF DETECTIVE
Davis, Tia
Jackson, Tony
Sargent, Aubrey
Beasley, Reginald
Jones, Eugene
Rietz, Mathew
Robert, Jeffrey
Croxton, Eric
Felix, Joshua
Forte, Renee
THE RANK OF CORPORAL
Fountain, Michael
THE RANK OF CHIEF RESERVE OFFICER
Linda Gruss
Congratulations to Police Officers Dalanda Rutledge, Nathaniel Weekley and James
Aude on their re-appointment to Police Detective.
Congratulations to all and continue to represent the Detroit Police Department in the highest traditions!

2016 City of Detroit Flex Spending unused contribution rollover {0}

Members,
 
The 2016 City of Detroit Flex Spending Account the 2016 unused contributions are rolled over until March 15, 2017 with all claims filed by March 31, 2017.
 
If a member elected to contribute to the Flex Spending Plan for 2017 and has unused 2016 contributions the 2016 unused contributions are used first.
 
You work hard for your money please mark your calenders to unsure you have no unused 2016 FSA contributions that are unaccounted for by March 15, 2017.
 
If you have any questions regarding the Navia Flex Spending Account please call 1-800 699-3539, FAX 1 866 535-9227 or the Navia website https://www.naviabenefits.com/.