Washtenaw County Sheriff Explains COVID-19's Impact On Local Law Enforcement

Mar 16, 2020

Washtenaw County Sheriff Jerry Clayton
Credit Washtenaw County / washtenaw.org

Dozens of coronavirus cases have been reported in Michigan, seven of which are found in Washtenaw County.  This situation has forced local law enforcement officials to make a few changes to their usual routine.  Washtenaw County Sheriff Jerry Clayton explains how his department has adapted to the public health crisis in a conversation with WEMU's David Fair.


Washtenaw County Sheriff's Department

Washtenaw County Health Department

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Washtenaw County Emergency Services COVID-19 Site

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