|Chief Timothy S.
|Chief of Police
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Chief Tim Bourgeois was appointed Chief of Police in February of
2003. Since 1976, he has served TKPD as a Cadet, Dispatcher, Patrol
Officer, Narcotics Officer, Patrol Sergeant, Detective Sergeant, Detective
Lieutenant, and Captain of Operations.
Chief Bourgeois also serves with a number of professional associations and
criminal justice groups including: the Michigan Association of Chiefs of
Police (Past President); the Southwest Enforcement Team (Executive
Board Chair); the Michigan High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area
(Executive Board member and past chair); KPEP (Executive Board
member) and the Kalamazoo Community Corrections Advisory Board.
Chief Bourgeois also has three gubernatorial appointments: to the Council
on Law Enforcement and Reinvention; to the Mental Health Diversion
Board and to the Advisory Board for the Michigan Intelligence Operations
Center for Homeland Security.
Chief Bourgeois earned an Associate Degree in Law Enforcement from
Kalamazoo Valley Community College, a Bachelor's Degree in Public
Service Administration from Siena Heights College, and a Master's of
Public Administration Degree from Western Michigan University. He is
also a graduate of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. Chief
Bourgeois currently teaches at the graduate and undergraduate level.
Sgt. Haynor was hired by TKPD in 1991 and had 4 years of prior law enforcement
experience with the Ingham County Parks Police Department and Hillsdale City
Police Department. Sgt. Haynor has previously served the department as an
undercover narcotics officer, Field Training Officer, Community Policing Officer, and
he is currently a Defensive Driving Instructor. Sgt. Haynor was serving as a Detective
in the Criminal Investigation Unit when he was promoted to Patrol Sergeant in 2010.
Sgt. Haynor graduated from the Kalamazoo Valley Training Academy in 1987..
Det/Sgt. Erlandson’s career with TKPD began in 1984. He was promoted to
Patrol Sergeant in 1993 and was selected to supervise the TKPD Criminal
Investigations Unit (CIU) as Detective/Sergeant in 2003. He has also taught
Criminal Justice classes as an Adjunct Professor at Kalamazoo Valley Community
Det./Sgt. Erlandson has earned an Associate’s Degree in Law Enforcement from
Kalamazoo Valley Community College, a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice
from Siena Heights College as well as a Master’s Degree in Public Administration
from Grand Valley State University. He has also graduated from the School of
Police Staff and Command at Northwestern University.
Ms. Rozankovich is the supervisor of the TKPD Records Division. Responsible
for several fundamental elements of day-to-day operations, the Records Division
works both behind the scenes in a technical capacity and as a frontline liaison to
citizens who call or appear at the department headquarters in need of police
services. In addition to Ms. Rozankovich, the Records Division consists of one
Transcriptionist / Grant Specialist, one part-time Transcriptionist, and one
Transcriptionist / Court Clerk position that is currently filled by two part time
Ms. Rozankovich was hired by TKPD in 1982 and she was promoted to Records
Supervisor in 2004. She is currently a member of the Law Enforcement Records
Management Association (LERMA).
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