Residents Encouraged to Prepare for Emergencies During 911 Education Month
Chief Karianne Thomas and Five New Public Safety Officers to be Sworn In At December 18 City Commission Meeting
Residents Reminded to Drive Cautiously and Observe Parking Restrictions Ahead of Snowfall
KDPS Awarded COPS Grant Funding from U.S. Department of Justice
Chief Jeff Hadley Announces Departure from Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety
Kalamazoo County Enhances 911 Services with Smart911
Public Safety Application Period Opens October 4
KDPS, Sheriff Announce 2017 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Submission
National Night Out Against Crime to be held Tuesday, August 1
City of Kalamazoo Seeks Applicants for the Citizen-Public Safety Review and Appeals Board
KDPS Job Application Period Opens June 7 through June 25
Kalamazoo Bicycle Club Reminds Motorists to "Give Them 5 to Stay Alive"
Call if you can, text if you can't! Kalamazoo County Goes Live with Text-to-911
City Commission Reaffirms its Commitment to Maintain a Welcoming Community
Be Careful in the Kitchen this Thanksgiving
KDPS Records Division Closed through January 2017
Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety Application Period Open Through October 23
Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety Among Five Agencies Examined in New Study
80 headstones vandalized at Riverside Cemetery, reward offered for information
Kalamazoo River expected to crest at 7.6 feet on Thursday, August 18

City of Kalamazoo

Home to the Kalamazoo Promise, three institutions of higher education, two nationally recognized healthcare systems, cutting-edge medical research, world-class brewing and dining, outstanding parks, and an extensive variety of music, art, theatre, and cultural attractions.


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