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Green Lake Township Emergency Services
9394 10th St/PO Box 157
Interlochen, MI 49643
Emergency Services Director:
Green Lake Township now has its own community police officer, Deputy Mark Noffke. This has been made possible through a partnership with Interlochen Center for the Arts who is funding half of the staff time cost for a new deputy, with Green Lake Township funding the other half. The Grand Traverse County Sheriff's Department funds the equipment and training, approved by the Grand Traverse County Board of Commissioners.
What does this mean to residents?
Green Lake Township will have a consistent presence of one particular deputy who will work their full-time hours within the township, aside from training and court appearances. Deputy Noffke is getting to know the community members and handling local complaints and problems. A desk is provided within the Supervisor's office at the township hall for the deputy to have a place to do paperwork, if needed.
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Community Police Officer (CPO):
Deputy Mark Noffke
GLTES Station 4 is a Basic Life Support (BLS) ambulance and fire house that is staffed 24/7 with 2 responders at a time. Once a call is received and our people respond, 2 or more on-call responders come back to the station to be ready for another call. This allows us to get to our citizens quickly in their time of need.
Thanks to our voters, Advanced Life Support (ALS) service is provided by our own staff at Green Lake Township, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
GLTES serves the 6500 full-time township residents in 36 square miles, plus 900 residents of Grant Township and our 500,000 visitors to our township. We have 12 lakes, 1 river totaling nearly 7 square miles of water.