The Michigan State Police opened their doors and gave the public a glimpse of what goes on inside the police department on Friday. The police had their annual open house at the Negaunee Post. The Marquette County Sheriffs Rescue, dive team, and crime lab among other divisions were there to show off their equipment and tell people more about what they do. The post also gave a tour of their dispatch unit as well as their office.
"It is just a good opportunity for us to meet with you and answer any questions and show you what we've got here," First Lieutenant Robert Pernaski said. "It is a good display of how many resources come together to work towards the goal of providing public safety and service to the community."
The open house ran from 4PM-7PM serving cake and coffee. The post plans to hold an open house every year in the future.