June 5, 2021
601 Hanlon St
Westland, MI 48185
Police Rotary Park Neighborhood Safety Meeting
Saturday, June 5, 2021
The Westland Police Department has developed a new community policing initiative called the “Westland Police Neighborhood Safety Program
”. The Westland Police Department recognizes that every neighborhood has different concerns and public safety needs. The goal of this program is to meet directly with the residents of specific neighborhoods to discuss their concerns. Working in partnership with neighborhood residents, the Westland Police Department will identify and resolve specific quality of life problems or concerns. In addition, this is a great opportunity for neighbors to meet each other while also meeting their City’s police officers.
“Neighbors working in partnership with each other - Neighbors working in partnership with officers, is how problems are resolved
” – Chief Jedrusik
With the cooperation of our residents, the Westland Police Department will be able to identify:
Neighborhood Traffic Concerns
Police will provide - Neighborhood Specific Crime Stats and Safety Tips
The first Neighborhood Safety meeting will take place in Rotary Park with a specific focus on the businesses and homes between Marquette/Cherry Hill and Wayne/Radcliff.