Sterling Heights Police Department recently met with leadership from major districts Utica Community Schools and Warren Consolidated Schools to identify additional measures to protect and preserve student, faculty and staff safety.
The measures to be announced include additional officers placed in local high schools, SHPD emergency access to security camera footage, a newly developed elementary school education program to be lead by SHPD staff and enhanced training.
Who: Sterling Heights Mayor Michael C. Taylor, Sterling Heights Police ChiefDale Dwojakowski, Utica Community Schools Superintendent Dr. ChristineJohns, Warren Consolidated Schools Superintendent Dr. Robert Livernois andMacomb County Prosecutor Eric J. Smith.
What: An announcement of additional safety measures for both UCS andWCS. Following, Macomb County Prosecutor Eric J. Smith will emphasize toparents and students the zero tolerance policy of any threats made againstschools.
Where: Sterling Heights Police Department, Upstairs Conference Room,40333 Dodge Park Road, Sterling Heights, MI 48313When: 3 p.m., Thursday, March 22
Media with questions can contact Sterling Heights Director of Community RelationsBridget Kozlowski at (586) 446-2471 or email@example.com or UCS Director ofSchool/Community Relations Tim McAvoy at (586) 797-1107 or firstname.lastname@example.org.