Community Service Troopers
Michigan State Police (MSP) Community Service Troopers (CSTs) are assigned to regions across the state to focus on community outreach to help strengthen communities. They serve citizens in a range of ways, including mentoring youth, working with seniors, educating citizens on emerging crime trends and focusing on community service and training. CSTs also work with other police agencies to help strengthen law enforcement.
CST Specializations Include:
- Teaching, Educating and Mentoring (T.E.A.M.)
- Social Media as an Investigative Tool
- Internet Crimes Against Children: Emerging Trends in Technology
- Elder Abuse
- ID Theft
- Autism Awareness
- Media Relations
- Neighborhood Watch
- Security in Places of Worship
- Personal Safety
- Business Security
- Community Emergency Response (CERT) Training
2015 CST Activity Highlights
- Presented Teaching, Educating and Mentoring (T.E.A.M.) curriculum to more than 106,500 elementary, junior high and high school students.
- Presented Gang Resistance Education and Training (G.R.E.A.T.) curriculum to over 2,700 elementary and junior high students.
- Met with over 1,950 local businesses.
- Met with over 1,750 non-profit and faith-based organizations.
- Met with over 1,750 faith-based organizations.
- Appeared in or met with local media outlets over 1,350 times.