Jul. 29, 2017 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Plymouth Police Chief Allen Cox was recently honored with the Schoolcraft College Board of Trustees’ Distinguished Alumni Award for 2017. Cox, a 1998 Schoolcraft graduate, earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and criminal justice and a master’s degree in administration.
Feb. 18, 2015 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News This will be the first time the City of Plymouth has asked for a dedicated millage to fund public safety. Residents in both the city and township of Plymouth will be asked to approve public safety millage requests during the
City of Plymouth Police Chief Al Cox Feb. 13, 2015 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News The City of Plymouth will hold a public information session with members of the City Commission and city staff to discuss a dedicated millage to fund public safety on Tuesday, Feb. 17, from
Plymouth Michigan Police Chief Al Cox at Liquor License Review Committee Meeting Apr. 1, 2014 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. “The owner of Fiamma has since protested erroneous reports that the arrest took place in his business” A miscommunication was the apparent cause of a four-month delay in the prosecution
Mar. 6, 2013 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. OPINION With apologies to Charles Dickens, this is a tale of two communities. Within the past few months, there was a police officer involved shooting in each of these municipalities. In each instance, a
Nov. 29, 2012 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. As rumor and conjecture continue to swirl about a plan to adopt a Public Safety Officer (PSO) plan in the City of Plymouth, Police Chief Al Cox has doubts about the veracity of those reports. The plan, currently under consideration in Plymouth Township,
Nov. 21, 2012 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. The Plymouth Noon Rotary Club presented the annual Public Safety Awards during their regular luncheon meeting last Friday. The Plymouth Township Police Department selected Sgt. Todd Seipenko as Officer of the Year and the honor went to Ofc. Justin Bulmer of the City of
Oct. 30, 2012 PLYMOUTH VOICE. People are getting impatient. A police cover-up? Its been over two weeks since the officer-involved fatal shooting in Plymouth Township and no information has been released by any of the three police agencies involved, city, township or state. We believe this is extraordinary.