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Sheriff Recognized as 1 of 50 People Who Represent the Heart of Detroit Featured

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For over 43 years, Sheriff Napoleon has worked in law enforcement and has served Detroit's youth in many beneficial ways.

This year, Sheriff Napoleon, along with 49 others, was recognized by the Skillman Foundation as someone who represents the Heart of Detroit.

Sheriff Napoleon tells the Skillman Foundation his aspiration for Detroit Youth and what he does to support them:

"I have great hopes for reduction in poverty, I'd like to see quality health care, preparation for the job market, reduce infant mortality, along with exceptional early childhood education, and promote civic participation and voting.  I support the youth in many ways; I have been a mentor for DPS students for decades, a board member of Fight Crime Invest in Kids of Michigan for over 20 years, a coach for little league baseball and PAL basketball, a big supporter of Michigan AAU, actively involved in the athletics of Cass Tech basketball, work closely with the Detroit Rescue Mission to assist need Detroiters, and am President of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Youth and Senior Education Fund, which supports various initiatives for youth and seniors."

We here at the Wayne County Sheriff's Office applaud Sheriff Napoleon on his good deeds and continuous dedication to the youth of Wayne County. 

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