LANSING, Mich. (WZZM) -- A Belding native who has been with the Michigan State Police for 23 years has been promoted to the rank of inspector.
Michael Brown was a first lieutenant. In his new rank of inspector, he will serve as the senior assistant executive deputy director of the Field Services Bureau (FSB) at the MSP headquarters in Lansing.
The FSB provides leadership to employees assigned to the State Police districts and posts, and the Special Operations and Traffic Safety divisions.
Brown has served at several Michigan posts, and commanded posts in Niles and Paw Paw. He also served in several positions in the Criminal Investigation division.
Prior to joining the Michigan State Police in 1988, Brown served in the U.S. Marine Corps. He and his wife, Lori, live with their two children in Stevensville.