Michigan Law Enforcement Officers Complete First Day In New Orleans
Some of the residents the officers encountered were escorted to awaiting military personnel to be air lifted out of the area. Residents refusing to leave were allowed to stay in their homes for now. Although the
The officers returned to
Officers in the Michigan contingent are from the Barry County Sheriff’s Department, Berkley Police Department, Burton Police Department, Charlevoix County Sheriff’s Department, Cheboygan County Sheriff’s Department, Dearborn Police Department, Emmet County Sheriff’s Department, Grand Rapids Police Department, Jackson County Sheriff’s Department, Jackson Police Department, Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety, Lansing Police Department, Leelanau County Sheriff’s Department, Mackinaw City Police Department, Meridian Township Police Department, Michigan State Police, Redford Township Police Department, Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Police Department, Southgate Police Department, Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Department and West Bloomfield Township Police Department.
Law enforcement resources from
The convoy included a six-member Emergency Support Team with full equipment, a mobile command vehicle with communications capability, a National Guard transport vehicle with enough supplies to sustain the officers for four days, a tactical medical unit from Life EMS Medic of Grand Rapids and a gasoline tanker from Mooney Oil Company of Flint.