Chief Jim Wolf joined the Williamston Police Department on February 1, 2021 as the new Chief. Chief Wolf retired from Michigan State Police and has over 31 years of law enforcement service. Chief Wolf graduated from Williamston Community Schools, so he knows the community well. He is looking forward to serving the City of Williamston. (notice)
CHIEF BOB YOUNG IS RETIRING
Chief Bob Young, Badge 595, is retiring after almost 11 years of service at the Williamston Police Department. Chief Young spent over 45 years policing. He started out at Tecumseh PD and then spent 33 years with Michigan State Police. While at MSP, he held a variety of positions across the State. He is an active member of the FBINAA. He started at Williamston PD in 2010 and really found a home here. He enjoyed engaging with the community and could frequently be seen walking or biking through town. Attendance at National Night Out was a true testament to his involvement in the community! He will be missed.
The Michigan High School Football Coaches Association recently recognized outstanding area players for post season awards. Here are your Williamston honorees:
Congratulations to all on your achievements!
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