October 2016
State Police Offers National Emergency Preparedness Program to Michigan's Fifth-Grade Students

Elementary schools across Michigan have the opportunity enroll their fifth-graders in a national emergency preparedness program that teaches students how to prepare for tornadoes, flooding, storms and other emergencies, according to the Michigan State Police, Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division (MSP/EMHSD).

Good Cyber Hygiene is Best Protection from Cybercriminals; Michiganders Have Lost More Than $26.5 Million Already This Year

In an effort to prevent Michiganders from losing millions of dollars to cybercriminals every year, the Michigan State Police (MSP) is encouraging residents and business to practice good cyber hygiene to safeguard personal information while online.

October 16-22 is National Teen Driver Safety Week; Michigan Teen Safe Driving Program Seeks To Expand To 50 Schools

Students at every high school in Michigan now have the opportunity to help make their fellow teens better, safer drivers by taking part in the Strive For a Safer Drive (S4SD) program.

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