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Sheriff Jerry L. Clayton announces promotions within Police Services Division and Emergency Services Division

On behalf of the Sheriff, it is our pleasure to announce the following promotions: David Halteman is appointed as the Washtenaw County Director of Emergency Services/Homeland Security. Dispatch Operations Coordinator Rochelle Noonan is appointed to the position of Emergency Services Manager. Sgt. Keith Flores is promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in the Police Services Division. Sgt. Chad Teets is promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in the Police Services Division.

May PromotionsDavid R. Halteman is appointed as the Washtenaw County Director of Emergency Services/Homeland Security effective May 14th, 2017.  Made under the authority of the Chair of the Board of Commissioners, in this appointed role he will be responsible for County Emergency Management and Communications.  He has served in this role on an interim basis since mid-March.

 

David joined Washtenaw County Emergency Services in 1997, having previously held emergency communications positions at the Sheriff’s Office and Eastern Michigan University.  He was promoted to Emergency Services Manager in 2014 assuming the leadership of Washtenaw Metro-Dispatch.  In this role his responsibilities included coordinating Washtenaw County’s Enhanced 911 system and serving as the Sheriff’s Office Law Enforcement Information Network (LEIN) Terminal Agency Coordinator (TAC).  In March of 2017, David was appointed as Interim Director of the Emergency Services Division. His duties include serving as the coordinator and/or fiduciary for multiple collaborative public safety emergency communications and response initiatives.  David holds a Bachelor's Degree in Communications Technology from Eastern Michigan University and is a certified Hazardous Materials Technician and Michigan Professional Emergency Manager (PEM).  He is the recipient of numerous citations including Meritorious Service, several Unit Citations, Service and Program Improvement, and was recognized as the Emergency Services Supervisor of the Year in 2012.

 

Dispatch Operations Coordinator Rochelle Noonan is appointed to the position of Emergency Services Manager effective May 14th, 2017.  In this role, she will be responsible for the management of the Sheriff’s Washtenaw Metro-Dispatch Operation.  She has served in this role on an interim basis since mid-March.

 

Rochelle “Rocky” Noonan has served the Sheriff's Office since January 2003.  Her service began as a Communications Operator during which time she held the positions of training officer and shift leader.  She was promoted to Dispatch Operations Coordinator in 2012 where, in addition to her supervisory duties, she was responsible for center quality assurance and performance metrics.  Rocky holds a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, a Master's Degree in Organizational Leadership & Administration, and is currently completing the School of Police Staff & Command at Eastern Michigan University.  She is the recipient of numerous citations including but not limited to the Sheriff's Special Citation, Meritorious Service, Life-Saving, several Unit Citations, is a two (2) time Dispatcher of the Year, and was recognized as the Emergency Services Division Supervisor of the Year in 2014. 

Lt. Flores has served the Sheriff’s Office since August of 2001.  The majority of his service as a Deputy Sheriff has been in communities throughout eastern Washtenaw County, including service as a School Resource Officer in the Ypsilanti Public Schools from 2004 to 2007.  Promoted to Sergeant in 2008 he served as a patrol supervisor, eventually assuming command of the Sheriff’s Dexter Area Community Station in 2012.  In 2015 he assumed the command role within Community Engagement working with his team to enhance the “Shop-with-a-Cop” and Citizen Academy programs and implementing the Junior Police Academy and Victim Services Unit initiatives.  Lt. Flores is the recipient of two (2) Sheriff’s Community Leadership Awards and was recognized as the Police Services Command Officer of the Year in 2015.  He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and is a 2015 graduate of the School of Police Staff and Command.  Lt. Flores will remain in his current assignment until other command transitions take place.        

 

Lt. Teets has served the Sheriff’s Office since 2008.  The majority of his service as a Deputy Sheriff has been in various community policing assignments for which he has received a number of Unit Citations.  He has served as a Drug Enforcement Administration Task Force Officer and continues to serve in a leadership role on the Washtenaw Metro-SWAT team.  Upon his promotion to Sergeant, he assumed command responsibility for the Sheriff’s Community Action Team (CAT).  Between the United States Army and Army Reserve, Lt. Teets has in excess of fifteen years of military service currently holding the rank of Sergeant First Class as an infantryman.  With an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice, he plans to return to college to continue his education in the field of Business Administration.  Lt. Teets will remain in his current assignment managing the Community Action Team (CAT) and supporting Lt. Anuszkiewicz in Investigative Operations.

 

Please join the Sheriff’s Office in congratulating Director Halteman, Manager Noonan, Lieutenant Flores, and Lieutenant Teets upon their appointments and new leadership roles.

 

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