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$750 savings on Lincoln vehicles for NAPO members

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POLC actions bring justice to Flushing officers

Justice was served to three Flushing Township Police officers when an arbitrator ruled they be returned to work with full back pay. The POLC...

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News Law Enforcement

Posted by: Jennifer Foley Posted date: August 12, 2016


Enjoy a day of golf, support Auburn Hills Police and Fire Fighters

POLC members and their families are invited to support one of their own and enjoy a day of golfing. The Auburn Hills Police and Fire Benevolent Association is hosting a golf scramble Monday, Sept. 12, 2016. The cost is $100 per person and includes breakfast, lunch and buffet dinner with 2-hour open bar. Sponsorship opportunities are […]

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Posted by: Jennifer Foley Posted date: June 20, 2016


Mundy Patrol, Command join POLC, form regional authority with Swartz Creek

— By Jennifer Foley, POJ Editor Swartz Creek and Mundy Township Police wanted to join forces to save money while providing better coverage, but the problem was deciding which of their unions would represent them? Swartz Creek Police were represented by the Police Officers Labor Council (POLC) and Mundy Township Police Patrol and Command Officers […]

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News New Legislation

Posted by: Jennifer Foley Posted date: August 30, 2016


Karoub Report – Aug. 25, 2016

This edition of the Karoub Report highlights key legislation as follows: State Representatives Sam Singh of East Lansing and Tom Cochran of Mason have introduced a pair of bills that would legalize assisted suicide in Michigan; Michigan’s unemployment rate dropped to 4.5 percent in July, below the national rate of 4.9 percent; the Court of […]

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Posted by: Jennifer Foley Posted date: August 29, 2016

Former POLC Director’s brother passes away after long illness

POLC’s recently retired Director Richard Weiler’s brother, Alan, passed away last week after an extended illness. His visitation and memorial service are scheduled for this Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016 at Kaul Funeral Home in Roseville, Mich. For more information, please click on the link below.

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