|JOB TITLE:||Community Police Officer|
|NAME:||Jason Roelofs (start date January 23, 2017)|
|JOB FUNCTIONS:||Contracted Deputy Sheriff|
|REPORTS TO:||Township Board as contracted Grand Traverse Deputy Sheriff|
|OFFICE HOURS:||40 hours per week - variable schedule|
My name is Deputy Jason Roelofs and I work for the Grand Traverse County Sheriff’s Office. I have been employed with the department for almost 13 years. During my career I’ve held several roles within the department. Besides being a road patrol deputy, I’ve held the position of Liaison officer. For four years I was assigned to Kingsley Area Schools. The program was reduced in manpower, therefore my responsibility grew. I was then responsible for every school on the East half of Grand Traverse County. I’ve also been in the position of CPO before in two different townships. The first being Peninsula Twp and secondly I was assigned to Acme Twp.
I’m a member of our Counties Dive Team and have been so since 2005. We train once a month and year round to prepare for the many different types of weather we encounter in Northern Michigan. Just recently I was added as an Airboat Operator. The counties airboat is only in operation approximately six months a year, roughly November to April. The airboat team consists of four operators and we also train once a month in conjunction with the dive team.
If you would like to get in contact with me, you can leave a voicemail at the sheriff’s office at 231-995-5000, leave a message at the Fife Lake Township office at 231-879-5302 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Of course if it’s an emergency, please call 911.
Deputy Jason Roelofs
The community police officer's duties are to protect and serve township residents as a uniformed officer from the Grand Traverse County Sheriff's Department. The officer acts in all capacities of the sheriff's department for the township. Monthly reports are provided to the township board, at their regularly scheduled meetings, on activities of investigation and related enforcement of the law.
For general information contact Deputy Hornacek at 231 879-5302.
For police emergency service DIAL 911