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Ritchie Coleman

Community Coordinator

Pittsfield Charter Twp Michigan

HQ Phone:  (734) 822-3135

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Pittsfield Charter Twp Michigan

6201 W. Michigan Avenue

Ann Arbor, Michigan,48108

United States

Company Description

Since 2009, Pittsfield Township has established an outstanding track record of fiscal stewardship. We have not undertaken any layoffs or cut any public services while adding nearly $2 million to our general fund balance in the last three years. Standard & & Po...more

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News And Current Events Page

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This alert is brought to you by Richie Coleman, Public Safety Community Coordinator of Pittsfield Twp.You can visit their website at http://pittsfieldsafety.com.He has provided us with the following document regarding Michigan Legal Fireworks: Fireworks_safety.pdf.


Parents Television Council - Southeast Michigan Chapter

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Rich Coleman, Chapter Director
P.O. Box 13052 Ann Arbor, Michigan 48113 (800) 849-5631 grassroots@parentstv.org Rich Coleman, a Certified Crime Prevention Practitioner, is helping the PTC lead the fight against violence and indecency in both television and video games in the Southeast Michigan community and beyond. Founder and leader of the "Washtenaw Knights", a crime and drug prevention musical group formed in 1991, Coleman's dedication to making the world a safer place for our children has certainly not gone unrecognized. In October 2000, the Crime Prevention Association of Michigan selected him as the "Outstanding Crime Prevention Practitioner of the Year. Additionally, the FBI awarded Coleman with the Director's Community Leadership Award in 2002. Educated at Eastern Michigan University of Interdisciplinary Technology, Coleman has served on the Pittsfield Township Department of Public Safety for 12 years as Public Safety Coordinator, responsible for crime, fire prevention and media relations. In August 2001, Coleman launched "Prevention Corner", a television program that airs in more than a million households on Ann Arbor's Community Access Television. The program focuses on violence, substance abuse prevention, parenting for prevention and the impact of negative music and video games on youth. Coleman and his PTC chapter played a crucial role in getting state representatives to pass legislation protecting children from violent video games. Rich Coleman is very passionate about his role as a PTC Chapter Director saying: "The broadcast airways belong to us, the citizens of this community and the utterances of blatantly profane words do not represent our community values ….We must stop this proliferation of profanity on our airways, particularly when children are likely to be watching." Chapter Director Rich Coleman hosts a radio talk show on 1600 AM WAAM In July 2007 Rich Coleman hosted a radio talk show on 1600 AM WAAM. This was a great opportunity to promote his work for the Parents Television Council which he did with great enthusiasm. To listen to Rich and Tim's interview click here. Surrounded by law enforcement officers, from LR in the center, State Senator Hanson Clarke, PTC SE Michigan Chapter Director Rich Coleman, Governor Jennifer Granholm, State Rep Kathy Angerer PTC Southeast Michigan Chapter Director Rich Coleman thanked The Henry Ford IMAX Theatre and MacGillivray Freeman Films for making this screening free for local families. "This is a unique opportunity to experience Michigan's largest IMAX Theater for free with a movie that the entire family will enjoy. Family entertainment is difficult to come by today, that is why the PTC works to partner with companies like MacGillivray Freeman Films. Those who came to this event will learn about some of the good guys in the entertainment industry and what families can do to fight those who show no concern for the adult content they put forward when children are in the audience," said Coleman. Pictured is Mrs. Denise Mack, Secretary Harvest Elementary School, Saline MI with chapter director Rich Coleman. That raised concerns with departmental community coordinator Ritchie Coleman who serves on the Southeast Michigan Chapter of the Parents TV Council, a national group concerned about content in television, movies and the video game industry. Video-game sex, violence spurs call for regulation (Interview with PTC Michigan Chapter Director Rich Coleman) - The Ann Arbor News


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Ritchie Coleman, community coordinator for the Pittsfield Township Department of Public Safety, waits to greet voters outside Carpenter School on Tuesday morning.
The township's public safety millage passed by a wide margin Tuesday night.


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Ritchie Coleman, community coordinator for the Pittsfield Township Department of Public Safety, waits to greet voters outside Carpenter School on Tuesday morning.
Coleman, who was using a day off work to promote passage of the township's public safety millage, said only about 55 voters had shown up at the school by 11:30 a.m.


Saline District Library - Adults :: Adult Programs

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Rich Coleman, Public Safety Community Coordinator, Pittsfield Township Department of Public Safety, and Detective Don Lupi, Saline Police Department, will discuss the impact of social networks and the dangers of scams and fraud.


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