Sheriff: Sheriff Michael Main
Address: 207 N Court St.
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
Michael Main was born and raised in Isabella County, Michigan, on his family owned dairy farm. He is married to his wife, Georgina, and has four boys, Zackary, Uriah, Paxton and Bayden with the ages ranging from 6 to 22.
Attending and graduating from Kirtland Community College Police Academy in 1988, Michael has been involved in public safety ever since. Currently Michael is also certified as a fire fighter and an emergency medical technician. He is also on the Cause and Origin Fire Investigation Team for the area.
Michael worked for the Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Police Department for eleven years in the roles of a road patrol officer, road sergeant and administrative supervisor. During this time there he was also assigned as the emergency manager. In 2009 he took a position as the Chief of Police for the Village of Shepherd which he had held for close to seven years. After Sheriff Mioduszewski announced his resignation, Michael was appointed to the position of Isabella County Sheriff in February.
Michael has over 2500 hours of training in emergency management courses, fire, rescue service and law enforcement training. Some of his law enforcement training consists of Interview and Interrogation, Field Training Officer and Supervisor, Closed Caption Television analysis and installation, Terrorism related trainings, Evidence technician and evidence room supervisor, Clandestine lab responder and supervisor, Hazard Materials Technician, Incident Command 100 to 800 and Michigan Association of Chief of Police School to list a few. Michael has attended Mid-Michigan Community College, Central Michigan University and is currently working towards a Master Degree from Ashworth College. Michael has been part of the Schools Educators Police Liaison Association (SEPLA) for the last four years.