LAW & ORDER

March 10, 2020

 

Mike Bouchard

 

Speaking of Mike Bouchard, in late February the five-term Oakland County Sheriff was appointed to a new national working group on 'Respect for Law Enforcement and the Rule of Law' as part of the Presidential Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice. Ironic for a president who often criticizes and mocks law enforcement, it's the first commission on law enforcement since President Lyndon Johnson's administration. The commission is designed to study crime on two fronts, and Bouchard, who is an expert on numerous subject matters, will help perform final review for the report prior to publication in fall 2020. “I am honored to serve as a member of the workgroup,” Bouchard said. “Law enforcement cannot succeed without the public’s involvement, trust and respect. I have spent my life connecting law enforcement to the community it serves and look forward to sharing my ideas with the commission on how we can enhance faith in this noble profession.”

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