Grand Rapids police chief opens office doors to the public

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Grand Rapids Police Chief Dave Rahinsky

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.– Grand Rapids Police Chief Dave Rahinsky is opening his office doors to the public.

It’s the latest in the department’s ongoing efforts to enlarge the pathways of communication between police and the community.

Open office hours are from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Friday, April 21.

Parking will be validated for those who use any city ramp or lot.


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  • Old Bob

    I can express my opinion right here. Enforce the laws as written. Go back to stop and frisk. No one cares if a few people feel they are being discriminated against, except them and they have been crying discriminated for years. No matter what the city does they will still be crying discriminated years from now.

  • steve

    A nice gesture, for sure. The sad fact though, is that no matter what the police or government does, for some, not all people, it’ll never be enough. They’ll always demand more.

  • Vast Right Wing Conspiracy

    Throwing your officers under the bus to appease a few community agitators, ask Baltimore and Baltimore PD how that is working for them.

    Good thing I don’t work for you!

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