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Governor Whitmer signs executive order "Stay Safe; Stay Home" directing all Michiganders to stay home unless they are part of essential infrastructure and for all businesses to suspend in person services unless necessary to sustain or preserve life.  Click here for the Executive Order.

Beaumont Hospital - Wayne, located at 33155 Annapolis, Wayne is temporarily closed to all patients except coronavirus victims.  This includes the emergency room.

In order to help decrease the spread of COVID-19, City of Westland Administrative Offices are closed to the public through April 13, 2020. Please review our online services and department contact emails and phone numbers located on our website.  City staff will still be responding to emails and voicemails as quickly as possible.  There are also two drop boxes located at City Hall for bill payments (no cash please) and document drop offs that will be checked daily.  Thank you for your patience in this unprecedented challenging time and please stay healthy. 

 

Canine Unit

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K9 Officer Trosper and Narco

 

                                                                  


The Westland Police Department currently fields one canine team Officer Derek Trosper with his partner "Narco".  Canine Narco has been in service since 2012.

Canine Narco is fully trained, multi-purpose German Shepherd and is certified through the National Association of Professional Canine Handlers (NAPCH) and K-9 ATF.  Narco is trained in obedience, narcotic detection, building searches, evidence searches, area searches, tracking, and handler protection.

Prior to certification with NAPCH and K-9 ATF, Officer Trosper was required to complete a four month training academy with their canine partners. The team was required to pass an extensive certification course as part of this training.  The canine team continues to train weekly to maintain their skills.  Weekly training consists of life-like scenarios which officers may come across while on patrol.

Canine Hemi retired in 2019 when his handler Officer Mike Little was promoted to Sergeant and took on the role of patrol shift supervisor. Canine Hemi is enjoying the retired life with the Little family at their home. 

Officer  Trosper along with his canine partner are available for public demonstrations with schools, churches or other community groups.  If you have any questions about the canine program or would like to request a demonstration please contact Deputy Chief Brian Miller at (734)467-3529

 

 


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