Lieutenant Mark Oermann
Afternoon Shift Command
Lt. Oermann currently serves as the Afternoon Shift Commander. In this position he is responsible for the entire Jail and Road patrol staff.
Lt. Oermann joined the Sheriff Office in January 1989 as a Correctional Officer. While working as a Correctional Officer, he gained experience in the Prisoner Information, Classification bureau, Prisoner Intake and Work Release areas of the facility.
In January 1992, Lt. Oermann was promoted to Deputy Sheriff. During this assignment, he was assigned to the Marine Division, Circuit Court, Prisoner transport divisions. In 1995, he was assigned to the Evidence Technician Division. In this position, he worked processing Crime scenes. He attended over 300 hours of additional training related to this assignment. He has received certificates from Macomb Community College in Advanced Criminalistics and Advanced Police Studies. He was selected and still serves as a Department Arson Investigator.
January 2000, he was promoted to the rank of Detective Sergeant assigned to the Detective Bureau. During the next seven years, he served in positions such as Training Division Supervisor, 911 Emergency Dispatch Coordinator and Transportation Supervisor. He worked as the Youth Bureau supervisor, which included coordinating the GREAT and DARE programs. His most recent assignment was to the Professional Standards Division.
Lt. Oermann is actively involved with the Macomb Community Police Academy.
He currently teaches the Domestic Violence, Nature and Prevalence of Domestic Violence and Victims Rights segments of the police academy curriculum. He oversees the Macomb Sheriff Office Motor Unit, and activity works on the Motor Units as well. He is a Department Hostage Negotiator, and attended training in this area thought the FBI. He currently operates and is in charge of the care and maintenance of the Sheriff Office Mobile Command Unit.
Lt Oermann received his associate degree from Macomb Community College and currently attends Central Michigan University with a Major in Public Safety Administration.