“Homeland” Security … in Ann Arbor?
“The Ann Arbor Police Department was one of seven law enforcement agencies in southeastern Michigan to receive a Justice Department grant for overtime services related to homeland security.
The police department was awarded $92,867 under the terms of the Homeland Security Overtime Program, part of the Justice Department’s Community Oriented Policing Services. The Dearborn, Detroit, Monroe County and Southfield police departments and the sheriff’s departments in Macomb and Wayne counties also received grants.
The grants awarded to Michigan law enforcement agencies totaled $6.3 million.”
> From the Ann Arbor News