Beyond The Badge

Beyond The Badge

Beyond the Badge explores the efforts of police, fire and public safety organizations in Meridian Township, Ingham County and the State of Michigan.

On this month's episode of Beyond the Badge, voters will decide the fate of a new Police and Fire Millage in August and we hear from both chiefs as they explain what the millage could mean for the departments, our very own Julie Dunmire represents HOMTV in the Police Media Shoot Out and firefighters put their cooking skills to use at a local Pancake Breakfast.

Concealed Carry Could Become More Accessible In Michigan

About one month ago a bill package was recently introduced that would allow gun owners to conceal carry without having to obtain a permit. Under current state laws gun owners are allowed to open carry 4/26/2017 9:29:39 AM


Area Youth Experience What Its Like to Be A Police Officer

Meridian Township Police Officer Edward Besonen said, "the Youth Citizens Academy is an opportunity for kids, mostly high school students in Meridian Township and the surrounding areas, to come listen 4/19/2017 5:00:18 PM


Law Enforcement and Local Officials Speak About Police And Fire Millage

On March 21st, the Meridian Township Board adopted a resolution to place a police and fire millage protection millage on the ballot. Part of this millage would go towards eliminating the pension d 4/6/2017 3:13:32 PM


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