Sheriff Spurlock is very excited to announce that Mike McIntosh has joined the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office as one of his Chief Deputies. Chief Deputy McIntosh served in the United States Navy and then served the Adams County Sheriff’s Office for thirty-one (31) years. Most recently, Mike was a Commander for the Louisville Police Department. Mike started at Adams County in the Detention Facility as a deputy sheriff and rose through the ranks of deputy sheriff, sergeant, lieutenant, captain, and division chief before becoming the Adams County Sheriff. A couple of highlights in Mike’s career was being a member of the Adams County SO SWAT Team for many years, helping move forward the planning and implementation of the Flatrock Regional Training Center, and being the Academy Director of their POST Academy. Mike will oversee Support Services, which encompasses Professional Standards/Hiring/Training, Dispatch, Records, Information Technology, and Special Projects.
“I am very honored that Mike agreed to be part of our agency; we will certainly be a better place with him on board,” Sheriff Spurlock stated.
Welcome to the Family!