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Mark Dunbar

Assistant Chief Deputy

Shelby County Sheriff's Office

HQ Phone:  (901) 545-5500

Email: m***@***.org

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Shelby County Sheriff's Office

201 Poplar Ave Suite 902

Memphis, Tennessee,38103

United States

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Assistant Chief Deputy Mark Dunbar - Patrol Services / GIB
Assistant Chief Deputy Dunbar is a 30 year veteran of the Shelby County Sheriff's Office. He grew up in north Shelby County, near Millington, Tennessee. He is a 1978 graduate of Briarcrest High School in Memphis and completed his Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of Tennessee at Martin. Chief Dunbar began his law enforcement career with the Millington Police Department (1983-1985) and joined the Shelby County Sheriff's Office in 1985. Chief Dunbar rose through the ranks of Patrolman, Sergeant and Lieutenant working various patrol and investigative positions in Uniform Patrol, Detective Division, Fugitive, Narcotics and Metro Gang Unit. Chief Dunbar was promoted to the rank of Captain in 2001 assuming command of the Metro Gang Unit and SWAT. In 2003, he assumed command of the Courts and Civil Division until his promotion to the rank of Inspector in 2005, at which time he took over as Commander of the Uniform Patrol Division. In 2008, he was assigned Special Operations (Street Crimes, Gang Unit, SWAT, Narcotics and K-9 unit.) Chief Dunbar was appointed to the rank of Assistant Chief Deputy over Special Operations and Investigative Units (Detectives, Fugitive and Homeland Security) in October 2010 and retained this position until November of 2015. Chief Dunbar's current assignment is Commander over Patrol Field, Patrol Support Services (R.I.D.D., Traffic, Motors, Reserve Division, Emergency Services, and Rescue Operations) and the General Investigative Bureau (Detectives Division and A.L.E.R.T.) Chief Dunbar has also completed advance study from the Southeastern Command and Leadership Academy through the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He is also a graduate of LINT - Leadership in Terrorism, having studied Counter-Terrorism at the FBI National Academy, Quantico, VA and the Australian Institute of Police Management, Sydney, Australia. This course of study was in conjunction with command staff level officers from several countries worldwide. Chief Dunbar is also an active or former member of the following organizations:


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"Stole a trailer full of LeBron James tennis shoes, which was valued somewhere between $700,000 and $1 million" said Assistant Chief Mark Dunbar, Shelby County Sheriff's Office.
"With the size of that shipment, the odds are not very good you're going to be able to get away with it," Dunbar said.


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The person stole a trailer full of LeBron James tennis sneakers, which was valued nike free run somewhere between $seven hundred,000 and $1 million, the Shelby County Sheriffs longchamp bags uk Workplace Assistant Chief Mark Dunbar mentioned.


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The person stole a trailer stuffed with LeBron James tennis sneakers, which was valued somewhere nike roshe run women between cheap gucci bags $700,000 and $1 million, the Shelby County Sheriffs Office Assistant Chief Mark Dunbar stated.


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"Stole a trailer full of LeBron James tennis shoes, which was valued somewhere between $700,000 and $1 million" said Assistant Chief Mark Dunbar, Shelby County Sheriff's Office.
"With the size of that shipment, the odds are not very good you're going to be able to get away with it," Dunbar said.


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