Brown promoted to inspector, will oversee part of Field Services Bureau

By Daily News • Last Updated 5:12 pm on Monday, October 03, 2011

LANSING — A Belding native is moving up the ranks at the Michigan State Police.
First Lt. Michael Brown recently was promoted to inspector and named senior assistant executive deputy director of the Field Services Bureau at the state police headquarters in Lansing.
The Field Services Bureau provides direction and leadership to enlisted and civilian employees assigned to the department’s districts and posts, as well as the Special Operations and Traffic Safety divisions. Brown is responsible for providing oversight of training, equipment and personnel.
He enlisted with the department in 1988, graduating as a member of the 103rd Trooper Recruit School.  Prior to joining the department, Brown served in the United States Marine Corps.
Over his 23-year career, Brown has held the ranks of trooper, detective trooper, detective sergeant, detective lieutenant and first lieutenant.
Brown has served at the St. Joseph, New Buffalo and Bridgman posts and was commander of the Niles and Paw Paw posts. He has also served in positions in the Criminal Investigation Division, including serving on the Southwest Enforcement Team (SWET), a multijurisdictional narcotics task force in Van Buren County.
Brown and his wife, Lori, live in Stevensville with their three children.

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