Combined fire, police depts. 'doubtful'
Police chief says the plan is unlikely as similar ones have failed in other areas
The Associated Newspapers of Michigan
PLYMOUTH, Mich. — As rumor and conjecture continue to swirl about a plan to adopt a Public Safety Officer plan in the City of Plymouth, Police Chief Al Cox has doubts about the veracity of those reports.
The plan, currently under consideration in Plymouth Township, requires police officers to be trained as first-responder fire fighters.
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