Michael G. McCabe
Undersheriff Michael G. McCabe
started with the Sheriff's Office in 1977 as a Road Patrol Deputy. He was promoted to Sergeant in 1989, Lieutenant in 1991, Captain in 1993, Deputy Chief of Staff in 1996, Chief of Staff in 1999, and Undersheriff in March of 2003.
In that role, he oversees the day-to-day operations of the Sheriff's Office and all Divisions, acting as the Sheriff's Chief of Staff and helping to oversee a $140.3 million budget with over 1200 employees. He has worked every Division of the Sheriff's Office during his 35 year career. Some of his duties include, labor contracts and negotiations, all new hires, lawsuits, public information officer and chief advisor to Sheriff Michael J. Bouchard.
A 1977 graduate of Michigan State University with a B.A. in Criminal Justice, Undersheriff McCabe is also a member of:
National Sheriff's Association
Oakland County Association of Chiefs of Police
Michigan Sheriff's Association
International Association of Chiefs of Police
Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police
Southeastern Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police
Board member of HIDTA (Michigan High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area)
Michigan Auto Theft Prevention Authority (ATPA)- Appointed by Governor Rick Snyder
Undersheriff McCabe is currently the Chairman of the Membership and Security Committee of the Courts and Law Enforcement Management Information System (CLEMIS), a multi-county data sharing consortium recognized by the Department of Justice as the single largest and most successful law enforcement consortium in the U.S.A.