DETROIT (CBS DETROIT) — The Detroit Police Department’s 12th Precinct Neighborhood Police Officers stopped by an elderly woman’s home Wednesday to help with blight removal.
Police said the initiative came after residents were concerned over the debris in the woman’s front yard on Hildale Street. The resident was not cited for blight violation.READ MORE: Ferndale Schools District Reinstating Face Masks Starting This Week
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Students in the police academy as well as volunteers and the Detroit General Services Department assisted in the removal.MORE NEWS: Bank Of America Report Shows A Competitive Homebuying Season
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Thank you to our 12th precinct Neighborhood Police Officers (NPOs), our students in the police academy, & the City of Detroit General Services Department for coming together to make this possible.
— DPD 12th Precinct (@DPD12Pct) April 13, 2022