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10,000 Visor Cards for 10,000 Patrol Cars

August 24, 2016

LANSING - On Thursday, August 25, the Michigan Department of Civil Rights Division on Deaf, DeafBlind and Hard of Hearing (DODDBHH) will hold a press briefing and begin distribution of 10,000 visor cards for use in police patrol cars throughout Michigan. The cards are specifically designed to ensure safe and effective communication between law enforcement and drivers who are deaf or hard of hearing.


  • Patrol officers and police vehicles representing a number of Michigan law enforcement agencies, including the Michigan State Police, the Ingham County Sheriff’s Department, the East Lansing Police Department and others TBA
  • DODDBHH Director Annie Urasky
  • Ingham Co. Sheriff Gene Wriggelsworth
  • Director Agustin Arbulu, Michigan Department of Civil Rights

Where: Ingham County Sheriff’s Department, 630 North Cedar St., Mason, MI

When: 1:30 pm on Thursday, August 25, 2016

Visuals: Patrol cars from multiple police agencies, law enforcement officers in uniform, large blow-up of colorful and graphic visor card.