Heights swears in 4 new police officers

Photo by Robert Ankrapp Dearborn Heights Police Chief Lee Gavin (left) and Mayor Dan Paletko (right) present new Police Officers Mehdi Ayoub (second from left), Mahdi Bazzi, Ty Jasman and Michael Walters.

Photo by Robert Ankrapp
Dearborn Heights Police Chief Lee Gavin (left) and Mayor Dan Paletko (right) present new Police Officers Mehdi Ayoub (second from left), Mahdi Bazzi, Ty Jasman and Michael Walters.

HEIGHTS — The Police Department recently celebrated the addition of four new officers at a swearing-in ceremonies at City Hall.

The city’s newest police officers include:

Mehdi Ayoub, a three-year veteran of security and law enforcement, with service to the Dearborn and Livonia police departments, as well as the Fairlane Town Center Public Safety Department. He is a graduate of Fordson High School, and attended Henry Ford College, focusing on Criminal Justice studies.

Mahdi Bazzi, a two-year veteran of security and law enforcement, with service to the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office, and the Fairlane Town Center Public Safety Department. He is a graduate of Edsel Ford High School, and attended HFC, focusing on Criminal Justice studies.

Ty Jasman, a 2018 graduate of Schoolcraft College, and the Wayne County Regional Police Training Academy.

Michael Walters, a two-year veteran of security and law enforcement, with service to the Henry Ford Police Authority, the U.S. Marshal’s Service, and the Detroit Police Department. He is a graduate of the Romulus High School, and a graduate of Wayne State University, holding bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Criminal Justice.