FEMA announced on Friday, July 10 that federal disaster assistance has been made available to the State of Michigan to supplement state and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by flooding from May 18-21, 2020.
As Midland County moves into the rebuilding phase of flood recovery, it is imperative to know the requirements for construction permits and inspections for flood-damaged properties and infrastructure.
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The Community Relations / Crime Prevention Office offers a variety of presentations to help educate and inform the community as well.
Youth and the Law
Community and Crime Prevention
Criminal Law and Law Enforcement
School Violence Prevention
Personal Safety for Women
Car Seat Safety
Crime Prevention in Your Home
Drug Abuse Awareness
Domestic Assault Awareness
Tour the Law Enforcement Center
Parking Lot Safety and Traffic Flow
Auto Theft Prevention
Financial Institution Security
What a Police Officer Does
If you would like an officer to speak to your group or organization or you would like a tour of the Law Enforcement Center, contact Community Relations Officer Paul McDonald at 989-839-4748. The Community Relations / Crime Prevention office also offers several programs and services to citizens to deny criminals the opportunity to make them a victim of crime.