Mich. police plan for 'virtual precincts'

The unit will be staffed in part by officers who are on restricted duty


By George Hunter
The Detroit News

DETROIT — Police Chief Ralph Godbee on Thursday outlined his plan to put more than 100 additional officers on the street by moving to "virtual precincts."

Under the new system, residents will be able to use a Telephone Crime Reporting Unit for nonemergency calls.

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