|Platte River Saturation Patrol|
Being a ProRanger, it is always a balancing act of what we can and can't do because we aren't the typical ranger. Being very involved while having a direct impact on who gets contacted, taking notes on ranger's observations, and communicating under stressful situations was exceptionally rewarding. Just during one day, we witnessed multiple cases of PCS (possession of a controlled substance), MIP (minors in possession of alcohol), public intoxication, and even responded to a heart attack.
|Not too many pictures were taken due to the high volume of people, contacts, and being engaged in the task at hand.|
Leelanau County Dispatch Center