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Birmingham Police open house next Saturday

The Birmingham Police Department will host their inaugural open house event on Saturday, July 29, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the parking lot behind Birmingham City Hall, where those attending can meet Birmingham police officers and learn how they work to keep the community safe.

Birmingham Police Chief Scott Grewe and his fellow officers will welcome community members as they demonstrate a variety of resources their department provides. The community will enjoy an evidence technician demonstration, vehicle display, impaired driving simulator, and learn about the Adopt a Senior program, Oakland Community Health Network, comfort canine/therapy dogs, Michigan state police bomb squad and Oakland County Sheriff Office drone team.

The Birmingham Fire Department will demonstrate a simulated vehicle extrication. Birmingham staff members will also be available to assist with prescription drug drop off and to hand out free gun safety locks.

Attendees will also have an opportunity to soak one of Birmingham's finest in the dunk tank, with suggested donations going to benefit the Special Olympics.

“We look forward to meeting the community and demonstrating how hard our officers work to keep Birmingham safe,” said Grewe. “We also encourage young members of our community to bring their bikes and helmets to learn about bicycle safety during our Bike Rodeo taking place throughout the event.”

The Police Department open house will take place during Day On The Town. Birmingham City Hall is located at 151 Martin Street.


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