Congrats to Ecorse's new Public Safet...

Congrats to Ecorse's new Public Safety Officers

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DRUG ENFORCER

United States

#1 May 30, 2012
Congratulations to our new public safety officers. Impressive work guys, you make us proud you are working in our community.

These gentleman volunteered to take the fire training, while also maintaining their positions as police officers. They received awards for their achievements in the classroom and in the training field. Some are going to further their education by taking Paramedic training and learning to operate the fire hose.

Thank you for opting in to make our community a safer place to live.

I would like to mention that our full-time officers have been working 12 hour shifts while getting paid for 8 hours. They have sacrificed plenty in order to attempt to create a safer environment for the citizens of Ecorse. Hopefully in the very near future the city finances and grant monies will increase enough to pay them their just salary.
Hambone

Detroit, MI

#2 May 31, 2012
agreed as well....but truth be told they didn't have much choice.....proud either way
How Bout That

Washington, DC

#3 Jun 5, 2012
Why are we training Police Officers to be Firefighters and Paramedics? This is just stupid! Hire at least 4 Firefighters, that are EMT qualified. Save us Money in the long run. Its like hiring a carpenter to do a plumbers job, it does not make any sense.
Waist of Time

Washington, DC

#4 Jun 15, 2012
What a complete waist of time! Train officers to find drugs and arrest hard criminals with warrants, not give traffic tickets on southfield rd and/or train them to be paramedic/firefighters!
WASTE

Livonia, MI

#5 Jun 16, 2012
so what happens when the two cops on road have someone arrested, and a fire happens????????

forgot ecorse police are idiots and they dont do there police job, guess they wont do there fire job also

great idea, just cuz its ecorse doesnt mean life is important
WASTE

Livonia, MI

#6 Jun 16, 2012
DRUG ENFORCER wrote:
Congratulations to our new public safety officers. Impressive work guys, you make us proud you are working in our community.
These gentleman volunteered to take the fire training, while also maintaining their positions as police officers. They received awards for their achievements in the classroom and in the training field. Some are going to further their education by taking Paramedic training and learning to operate the fire hose.
Thank you for opting in to make our community a safer place to live.
I would like to mention that our full-time officers have been working 12 hour shifts while getting paid for 8 hours. They have sacrificed plenty in order to attempt to create a safer environment for the citizens of Ecorse. Hopefully in the very near future the city finances and grant monies will increase enough to pay them their just salary.
DRUG ENFORCER???????
Does that mean you enforce the sale of drugs, because pal you aint doin very good at aressting drug sales or users!
LMAOF you cops are in on it baby !!!!!
WASTE

Livonia, MI

#7 Jun 16, 2012
I like to see the WAYNE COUNTY SHERIFF TAKE OVER ECORSE POLICE
disapointd

Detroit, MI

#8 Aug 12, 2012
small wonders no one responds when we need helps up in dis place

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