Washtenaw County Sheriffs Office announces new role, police reform, oversight changes
WASHTENAW COUNTY, Mich. A policing compliance commission and police reform discussions were among numerous changes announced Wednesday morning by the Washtenaw County Sheriffs Office. At the Washtenaw County Sheriffs Office, we recognize that success comes from a desire to be better every day. We are committed to being better every day, said Washtenaw County Sheriff Jerry Clayton in a video. The topic areas include building trust, policy and oversight, community policing and crime reduction, training and officer wellness. WCSO Hiring CommitteeTo better its organization, WCSO is adding community members to the selection processes for hiring new employees.
Here’s how Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office plans to enforce Gov. Whitmer’s new mask rules
WASHTENAW COUNTY, Mich. – The Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office revealed how it plans to enforce Michigan Gov. Whitmer’s new orderWhitmer issued an executive order Friday that reiterates Michigan residents are required to wear face coverings whenever they are at an indoor public space. Any business that is open to the public must refuse entry or service to people who won’t wear a face covering, with limited exceptions. Washtenaw County enforcementOn Tuesday, the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office laid out its plan for enforcing the new mask rules. RELATED: How Wayne County Sheriff’s Office plans to enforce new mask rules“Our goal will be to gain compliance through education, offer a mask if available and, in rare circumstances, cite if absolutely necessary,” Clayton said.