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Staff

Tim Johnson, Emergency Management Director

Tim has been with Douglas County since 2001.  He previously worked as a Classification Specialist in the Detention Center.  Prior to coming to Douglas County, Tim was the Law Enforcement Academy Director for the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office in Fort Collins.  Tim is also a former Air Force Instructor Pilot, and Senior Search and Rescue Coordinator.

Tim’s duties include coordination, facilitation and collaboration of incident management in Douglas County.  He works with all agencies and partners, public and private, to ensure effective and responsive emergency management is provided to the citizens of Douglas County.

Tim graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a Bachelor’s degree in Geography.  He also holds a Master’s degree in Human Behavior from National University.


Mike Alexander, Emergency Services  ManagerMALEX

Mike joined the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office in February 2014.  He previously worked for the Pike National Forest as an Assistant Fire Management Officer out of Colorado Springs, and spent 11 years with the Pike Interagency Hotshot Crew based in Monument, CO.

Mike’s duties include emergency management coordination in support of incidents in Douglas County. Mike also provides professional leadership, coordination, and direction for the administration and implementation of fire suppression, detection, and prevention programs; fuels/vegetation management and the integration of fire management plans and activities.

Mike holds a Master’s degree in Fire Science from Colorado State University and a Bachelor’s degree in Forestry and Fire Management from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.


Debrah Schnackenberg headshot-PLEASE FILE UNDER PEOPLEDebrah Schnackenberg, Emergency Management Deputy Director

Debrah joined the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office in June 2015. Prior to joining Douglas County, Debrah worked for the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association & PetAid Colorado as their Chief Operating Officer and Director of Disaster Services, led a disaster response team for a national non-profit for 8 years and spent 23 years as a manager and executive in the telecommunications industry.

Debrah’s duties include planning, exercise and training, and emergency management coordination of disaster incidents in Douglas County. She provides support for the Incident Management Team (IMT), management of the Emergency Operation Center (EOC) and is a member of several regional and state-level emergency management working committees.

Debrah is a graduate of American Public University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Emergency Management.


Anne Walton, Emergency Management Project CoordinatorPersonnel WALTON ANNE L (7060)

Anne joined the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office in January 2016.  Prior to transferring to the Sheriff’s Office, Anne worked for Douglas County for 8 years, most recently as the Emergency Support Services Coordinator.  Anne worked in management and sales & marketing in the private sector previous to that.

Anne’s duties include coordinating special projects for Emergency Management, coordination of the Animal Response Team, and the Local Emergency Planning Committee oversight.  She supports the DC Incident Management Team as a Type 3 Situation Unit Leader and assists in the Emergency Operations Center at the animal support desk and in logistics.

Anne holds a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Anthropology from Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO.