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Washtenaw County Sheriff Jerry Clayton Bio-Wiki,Age, Height, Edyucation, Family, Wife, Salary And Networth

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Sheriff Jerry Clayton Biography-Wiki

Jerry L. Clayton is a 30-year  American criminal justice professional, currently serving his third term as the Sheriff of Washtenaw County. Sheriff Clayton leads an organization of approximately 420 staff, serving a population of over 358,000, covering a 720-square mile geographical area. 

During his career with the Sheriff’s Office, Jerry served as a front-line Corrections Officer, Deputy Sheriff, and command officer. He was also appointed to the following executive positions; Corrections Commander, Police Services Commander, and SWAT Team Commander).

Jerry has been a certified criminal justice trainer and instructor for more than twenty-five years, specializing in a number of areas including; Cultural Diversity, Bias-Free Policing, Organizational Management, and Leadership.  Sheriff Clayton has provided training, monitoring, and Subject Matter Expert consulting services to a variety of private and public sector clients, including the United States Department of Justice, the National Sheriff’s Association, and the American Civil Liberties Union. Jerry has also served as a Governor-appointed commissioner for the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards since 2013. MCOLES is responsible for developing and managing the training and licensing standards for all law enforcement officers in Michigan. Sheriff Clayton recently served as Chairperson for the commission.

Sheriff Clayton serves on the boards of numerous local organizations. These include the Washtenaw Area Council for Children, the local chapter of NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness), the Washtenaw County Mental Health Treatment Court Advisory Board and the Washtenaw County Continuum of Care Board (ending homelessness).  He is also a member of numerous other community service and law enforcement organizations.

Jerry Clayton Age|Birthday

Jerry is 30 years old as of 2020. Details regarding his exact date of birth are still under investigation. We will update when this section is available.

Jerry Clayton Height

Jerry is a  man of average stature judging from his pictures of his height.

Jerry Clayton Education

For his Sheriff Clayton attended Eastern Michigan University, majoring in Public Safety Administration.  He also graduated from the EMU School of Staff and Command and numerous other Leadership programs.

Jerry Clayton Wife

Jerry is married to his wife of 30 years, Sybil, and has 3 sons.

Jerry Clayton Salary

In 2018 he earned $165,000 in base salary.

Jerry Clayton Networth

Jerry has an estimated Networth of six figures or more.

Jerry Clayton Career

Jerry has been a certified criminal justice trainer and instructor for more than twenty-five years, specializing in a number of areas including; Cultural Diversity, Bias-Free Policing, Organizational Management, and Leadership.  Sheriff Clayton has provided training, monitoring, and Subject Matter Expert consulting services to a variety of private and public sector clients, including the United States Department of Justice, the National Sheriff’s Association, and the American Civil Liberties Union. Jerry has also served as a Governor-appointed commissioner for the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards since 2013. MCOLES is responsible for developing and managing the training and licensing standards for all law enforcement officers in Michigan. Sheriff Clayton recently served as Chairperson for the commission.

Sheriff Clayton serves on the boards of numerous local organizations. These include the Washtenaw Area Council for Children, the local chapter of NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness), the Washtenaw County Mental Health Treatment Court Advisory Board and the Washtenaw County Continuum of Care Board (ending homelessness).  He is also a member of numerous other community service and law enforcement organizations.

Jerry Clayton Awards

Jerry has received international recognition for his work in the Criminal Justice field. In 2016 he was invited as a representative of law enforcement to attend an international Community Policing conference in Barcelona, Spain. In 2017, at the invitation of the United Nations High Commission on Human Rights, Sheriff Clayton was the representative from the United States and a presenter at an international conference on law enforcement and bias-based policing in Geneva, Switzerland.

 

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