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S.M.A.R.T. Traffic Radar Trailer
If you are a Plymouth Township
resident, you have probably seen the interesting device that
the police department uses to assist in combating speeding
vehicles and to remind daydreaming drivers to watch their
The S.M.A.R.T. (Speed Monitoring Awareness Radar Trailer) can be used in neighborhoods, school zones, constriction sites, dangerous areas, or any other appropriate location to help promote compliance with the speed limit. The S.M.A.R.T. trailer is a portable, self-contained speed display unit that is towed to the desired location. It is left on the roadway to displays speeds of oncoming vehicles on a highly visible (light emitted diode) display. A speed limit sign mounted on the unit reminds drivers what the actual speed limit is on the road that they are on. The unit also has the capability to record the speed data.
If you live in Plymouth Township and feel that you have a problem with speeding vehicles in your neighborhood , you are encouraged to contact the Plymouth Township Police Departments Sgt. Rapson and request the S.M.A.R.T. trailer be scheduled in you area.
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As we all know, the challenges wee face today are very
different from those we faced a decade ago. In ten years,
those challenges will be different still. Today, the Internet
is part of everybody’s vocabulary. It has become an invaluable
resource on which all of us relay to educate, entertain,
conduct business, and more. But with the convenience of the
Internet, there are new dangers. One of those dangers is the
pervasiveness of sexual predators that would use the Internet
to prey on our kids. That’s why the Plymouth Township Police
Department and Security Software Systems would like to help
educate parents on how to protect their kids from this threat.
1. To inform parents and guardians of the hidden dangers of the Internet.
2. To assist parents and guardians in monitoring the Internet activities of
3. To instruct parents and guardians the tools they need to make the
Internet safe for their kids.
For more information call the Community Resource Officer at
Robert Stuber wrote “Missing! Stranger Abduction,” and from
that, he created the Escape School program. This program
offers smart strategies to keep your child safe and to help
parents teach their children to prevent and evade a dangerous
situation. Escape school is a wonderful way to teach children
how to recognize potentially dangerous people and situations
and how to escape when they find themselves in places they
should not be.
The Plymouth Township Police Department has received training in this program so that a Police Officer can provide parents with concrete, hands-on advice on how children of all ages, from youngsters to teenagers, can get themselves out of dangerous situations.
Vacation House Watches
Will the police department watch my home while I’m on
Yes, like in most other communities, the Plymouth Township Police will check your home periodically while you are away. This is a free service for the residents of Plymouth Township. All you need to do is contact the police department before you leave. You can do this in a couple of ways. You can either call the police department at 354-3232, or go to the Forms page of this website and print out a Vacation House Watch request form and fax it to the department (734) 453-4107.
When planning your vacation, don’t forget to visit our Vacation Security page to learn how you can protect you home while you are gone.