CHOSEN GENERATIONS COMMUNITY CENTER. 2328 E. 7 MILE RD.
DETROIT, MI 48234 (Across from Solomon’s Temple)
Saturday, March 19, 2011
10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
Housing counseling, career training, business startup, legal assistance, utility bills, employment assistance, and crime prevention resources and more will available at the forum!!! For more information please contact Kenneth Scott at 313-819-7065 or email@example.com.
Sponsored by Michigan Works, Crime Stoppers, Henry Ford Health System, the Detroit Water & Sewage Department, Kaplan Career Institute, DTE Energy, the Accounting Aid Society and Neighborhood Legal Services.
To view flier click on the following link:
Community Resource Forum
January 2011 Campus Crime Summary:
ROBBERY: On Wednesday, January 12th, 2011, a 54 year old male student reported that he was the victim of an Robbery Not Armed incident on E. Warren east of Woodward.
The student reports that on Wednesday, January 12th, 2011 at approximately 5:30pm, he was walking westbound on E. Warren east of Woodward. He attempted to pass 5 or 6 unknown males walking eastbound in the other direction. As he began passing the group of males on the sidewalk, one of the subjects punched him in the face, causing him to fall to the ground. One or two of the subjects then tried to pull the student’s backpack off him. The student refused to let go and was again struck in the face. The student surrendered the backpack and the group of males continued walking eastbound on E. Warren. The victim was only able to provide a general physical description…2 black males (one wearing a red billed hat) approximately 17 to 20 years of age.
WSUPD Officers responded immediately and began an area search. Two subjects, matching the general physical description provided, were stopped on Brush north of Warren. However, the student could not positively identify them and they did not have the student’s backpack in their possession at the time they were stopped. The student was not seriously injured, but did suffer a small laceration and abrasion on his face.
VEHICLE THEFTS: A total of eight (8) vehicles were reported as stolen to WSUPD, from city streets immediately adjoining campus locations, during January 2011. Two of those vehicles were reported stolen from WSU parking locations.
Stolen from WSU parking facilities during January 2010 were:
Jan. 3rd 545 E. Canfield/Lot 75 12noon – 3pm 2001 Jeep Cherokee
Jan. 3rd 545 E. Canfield/Lot 75 12noon – 4pm 1998 Jeep Cherokee
Stolen from city streets, immediately adjoining campus locations, during January 2011 were:
Jan. 4th Brush N/O Canfield 8:15am – 5:00pm 2004 Jeep Liberty
Jan. 14th F/O 2761 E. Jefferson taken at 2:30pm 2011 Lincoln MKS
Jan. 14th Anthony Wayne @ Merrick 12noon – 5:00pm 1999 Ford Taurus
Jan. 18th Anthony Wayne N/O Warren taken at 10:30pm 1996 Plym. Breeze
Jan. 25th Palmer W/O John R 4:30pm – 3:30pm 1997 Ford Taurus
Jan. 31st 4710 Cass (private lot) 1:00pm – 6:00pm 1999 Dodge Intrepid
Old Cell Phone Donations Needed:
If you have an old working cell phone that needs a good home, we can find one for you. WSUPD is looking for donations of old working cell phones for use by various groups and organizations, including senior citizens groups, battered women’s shelters and even the “Cell Phones for Soldier’s” program.
Please place your old working cell phone, including any power cords and chargers, in a paper or zip lock plastic bag and drop it by our station. The WSU Police Department is located at 6050 Cass Avenue, two blocks north of the Ford freeway…just up the street from Parking Structure # 1. Feel free to park in the ‘police only’ zone in front of the building while you stop in the front door.
*NOTE: PLEASE DELETE ALL NAMES AND PHONE NUMBERS FROM THE CELL PHONE DIRECTORY PRIOR TO DONATING. *
As always, we welcome your comments, questions, suggestions and concerns. Send them to via, via email, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Crime Prevention Section
Wayne State University Police Dept.
6050 Cass Avenue
Detroit, Mich. 48202
EMERGENCY phone: 313-577-2222
There will be a large scale national fencing tournament & youth expo at Cobo Hall on March 11th & 12th. This event will not only engage parents and youth in the areas of health, nutrition, & financial literacy. But also expose them to other culturally enriching programs available in the Detroit area.
YOU ARE INVITED!!!
March 12, 2011
8:00am to 5:00pm
Youth Expo & Youth Fencing Demos
- Free Fencing Demonstrations!
- Sign-up online to reserve your space!
- Youth games & activities focused on:
- Financial Literacy
- Cyber bullying
- And much more…
Register for Fencing Demos on our event website: www.EnGardeDetroit.com
For More Information: Info@EnGardeDetroit.com
To view flier click here: 2011 Project EGD Community Invite Letter
Shereece Fleming-Freeman former Commander of the Central District Police Department has been transferred to Organized Crime. The new Commander at Central is Commander Kenneth Williams. In addition, the Patrol Inspector is Lieutenant Charles Fitzpatrick, and for Central Events and Gaming is Lieutenant LaShinda Houser. The Central Woodward/North End Collaborative would like to thank her for fantastic service as Commander and we wish her the best in her new position. We also welcome Kenneth Williams as the new Commander of the Central District.
Wednesday – March 9th
(Second between Willis and Canfield)
Help make our neighborhood safe and clean
Wednesday, March 9th
— 6pm to 8pm –
at the Flynn Pavilion
between the historic Casino building and the Nancy Brown Peace Carillon Tower
ALL ARE WELCOME!
Sarah Earley, the founder and president of the Belle Isle Women’s Committee, will be the guest speaker. She will be speaking on the future of Belle Isle.
All are welcome to attend and partake in the light potluck meal that will be provided.
Please RSVP to attend at 313-331-7760.
FOBI THEATRE PARTY …… Sunday, April 3 — Detroit Repertory Theatre
SAVE THE DATE! Sunday, April 3rd is our Theatre Party at the Detroit Repertory Theatre. Forgiving John Lennon A full-length one act by William Missouri Downs is the performance. Watch for details.
FOBI ANNUAL SPRING CLEAN UP …… Saturday, April 30 — meet at the Casino
SAVE THE DATE! Saturday, April 30 the FOBI Annual Spring Clean Up will take place. Watch for details
For more information call 313-331-7760.