Honoring the Fallen: Honor Guard School

“I wanted to extend my personal thanks and make sure everyone at POAM understands just how much it means that you support this Honor Guard training. It can, at times, be hard to understand but this school deals with pride, integrity, morals, standards, and values. These are all items that we want in our law … Continued

Dearborn Heights Entry Level Police Officer Opening

ENTRY LEVEL POLICE OFFICER Starting Pay $36,160 plus benefits after 90 days ($60,267 after 5 years of service) Must be 18 years of age and possess a valid, non-restricted Michigan driver’s license. All applicants must have the following documentation at the time of application: College transcripts indicating 60 hours of college credit in criminal justice. For … Continued

U.S. Security Associates Hiring Police & Law Enforcement

Hiring Police & Law Enforcement Full and Part-time Benefits w/ full time Weekend posts Flexible hours  Command Center Officers Great location in Novi $18.50 Per Hour CTTV experience needed Command Center experience needed Armed Officers Detroit and surrounding area $12.00 – $16.00 Per Hour All shifts available Easy for retired officers APPLY HERE You must … Continued

2017 Police Officer of the Year Awards

2017 Police Officer of the Year Awards Officer Daniel Kolar Grosse Pointe Park Department of Public Safety Bloodied, tortured and just minutes away from an almost-certain grisly death, a 32-year-old Hazel Park woman’s fate rested in the hands of an alert police officer on the afternoon of March 24, 2016. Using an extraordinary blend of … Continued

2017 POAM Annual Convention Recap

“You deserve to be treated fairly. You deserve these jobs. And we are going to continue to keep working for you every single day. What do we have to offer you? Every single one of these people to my right and to my left here, they care about you.” – POAM President, Jim Tignanelli Day … Continued

POAM Annual Convention: Seminar Highlights

Legislative Updates May 24, 2017 Governor’s Task Force Update Ken Grabowski The Governor’s Task Force has met about 15 times. It’s the product of a lot of talk, a lot of paper flying back and forth, and not a lot of accomplishments. However, I’ve seen the most recent draft and in a week or two a … Continued