Category Archives: Safety Initiatives

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Warren Schedules Informational Meeting November 29 for Churches to Prevent Mass Shooting

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Warren Schedules Informational Meeting November 29 for Churches to Prevent Mass Shooting Warren Mayor Jim Fouts and Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer have scheduled a meeting with church leaders to discuss preventative measures on mass shooting. The meeting will be held Wednesday, November 29 at 1 p.m. in the first-floor conference room in city hall. “We […]

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Warren City Hall Lights Up in Solidarity with Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

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Warren City Hall Lights Up in Solidarity with Alzheimer’s Awareness Month Go Purple with a Purpose for Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. President Ronald Reagan designated November as National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month in 1983.  Everyone who has a brain is at risk to develop Alzheimer’s, a disease that is often misunderstood. Warren Mayor Jim Fouts […]

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Warren City Hall Lights Up in Solidarity with the National Diabetes Awareness Month

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Warren City Hall Lights Up in Solidarity with  the National Diabetes Awareness Month   November is National Diabetes Awareness Month (NDAM), a month dedicated to recognizing T1Day (November 1st) and raise awareness of Type 1 Diabetes (T1D)—what it is, who has it, what is being done about it, and to celebrate the people who live […]

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Heroic efforts of both Warren Police Department and the Warren Fire Department save lives.

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Heroic efforts of both Warren Police Department and the Warren Fire Department save lives.   Mayor Fouts is very proud of the heroic efforts of both Warren Police Department and the Warren Fire Department in their courageous efforts in saving the lives of Warren residents ranging from 13-73 years of age, as well as putting […]

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Warren Announces Operation P.A.I.D. (People Against Illegal Drugs) Program

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Warren Announces Operation P.A.I.D. (People Against Illegal Drugs) Program Warren, MI – Warren now has its 134,066 residents fighting illegal drugs in the city. Warren Mayor Jim Fouts and Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer jointly announce a program called P.A.I.D. (People Against Illegal Drugs) that rewards residents with $500 each for information leading to a search […]

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City of Warren Supplies Police Officers With Narcan Spray to Counter Opioid-Related Overdoses

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The City of Warren Supplies Police Officers With Narcan Spray to Counter Opioid-Related Overdoses   One of the first actions initiated by newly-appointed Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer is to supply Warren police officers with Narcan spray that will counter the effects of opioid overdoses. “Because police officers are more often than not the first to […]

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Statement of Warren Mayor Jim Fouts On the Reappointment of William J. Dwyer To Warren Police Commissioner

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Statement of Warren Mayor Jim Fouts On the Reappointment of William J. Dwyer To Warren Police Commissioner “It is with great pride that I announce that Bill Dwyer will return as Warren Police Commissioner, a position he held with the city from 2008 to 2010.”  Said Mayor Jim Fouts in a statement. William Dwyer resigned […]

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A Warren leader, 65 years of dedicated service to the community.

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Mayor Fouts was recently invited to attend and speak at the 100th birthday of a Warren resident.  Ann Walters, a 65 year resident of Warren, has accomplished quite a lot in her 100 plus years. Among those are her leadership in her neighborhood, her dedicated service to her church, and her involvement with the neighborhood school. […]

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Warren To Strictly Enforce Fireworks Laws;

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  Warren To Strictly Enforce Fireworks Laws; Mayor Jim Fouts Will Monitor Neighborhoods July 4 And Visit Fireworks Vendors June 30 & July 3 Warren Mayor Jim Fouts has directed Warren police to strictly enforce city fireworks laws this weekend.   “Violators will be prosecuted with fines up to $500.  We have zero tolerance for […]

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Warren Mayor Jim Fouts will sponsor a special ceremony honoring city firefighters

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Warren Mayor Jim Fouts will sponsor a special ceremony honoring city firefighters for their lifesaving actions Wednesday, June 14 at noon in the city hall atrium. The City of Warren’s EMS service has been awarded the gold award (highest) by the American Heart Association for the third consecutive year.  Warren Mayor Jim Fouts said Warren […]

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