Operation Tide nabs 115 criminals across Metro Detroit
DETROIT -- Top law enforcement officials in Metro Detroit on Tuesday said 115 people have been arrested for violent crime since May under Operation Tide, a combined effort by 10 local, federal and state agencies launched in May to identify and target the city's worst criminals.
Unprecedented joint effort to battle crime in Detroit
In a show of unprecedented unity today, 10 federal, state and local law enforcement agencies gathered at Detroit's Northwestern police district and vowed to reduce crime in the city.
As killings rise, Detroit cops get help
As Detroit residents cope with a sharp rise in homicides and shootings this year, city police are joining other law enforcement agencies in an effort to stem gun-related violence.
"Operation Tide" Tactical Facts: Ten Law Enforcement Agencies Team Up for Tide in Detroit
Project Safe Neighborhoods Eastern District of Michigan Campaign wins Best in Nation at 2006 Awards Ceremony
The Detroit Police Department is committed to ensuring that the Project Safe Neighborhoods Law Enforcement collaborative (Operation TIDE) is successful and will deploy the necessary resources for this to occur.
The Department of Justice today announced 15 recipients of national Project Safe Neighborhoods Achievement Awards in a ceremony held before the
PSN national conference's more than 1,300 attendees. The recipients were chosen from a large pool of nominations submitted by United States Attorneys'
offices across the nation.