Ferndale PD joins Sheriff Bouchard in the STOPPED Program
The Ferndale Police Department has elected to join The Michigan Sheriff Association (MSA) in the STOPPED Program. This program allows parents to register with the MSA and receive a decal for their family or teenagers vehicle. If the vehicle is STOPPED by law enforcement the Officer will fill out a notification card that will be mailed to the parent. This card will include the time and location of the stop, the driver's name and number of passengers, the reason for the stop and whether a citation(s) was issued. For further information or online registration visit the MSA website at www.michigansheriff.com.
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