Northville director to lead state group

Jul. 7, 2015  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.

Plymouth Michigan News

 

Northville Township Director of Public Safety John Werth will soon have even more responsibility.

Werth has been selected as the 89th president of the Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police, an association dedicated to the advance of the science and art of police administration and crime prevention, according to the group website. The state wide group is governed by an 18-member board of directors representing all geographical areas in Michigan. Werth will take his oath of office as president during the Summer Professional Development Conference at Boyne Highlands Resort this year.

Northville Township Manager Chip Snider said in a prepared statement, “Director Werth’s election to president demonstrates his tremendous commitment and adherence to the highest professional standards with the police profession.”

During his one-year term at the helm of the organization founded in 1924,Werth will lead more than 1000 law enforcement executives representing municipal township and state agencies.

 

Plymouth Voice.

 

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