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Background Information

Employment History

Officer

Jackson Police Department


Military Policeman

Army National Guard


Agent

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation


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News

www.wnws.com [cached]

Michael Parson, who has close to 20 years military experience and was recently promoted to Master Sergeant, served as the noncommissioned officer in charge of the 164th Airlift Wing Security Forces Squadron while deployed with the 455th Expeditionary Security Forces in Afghanistan from April to October 2011.
The Bronze Star Medal is one Parson's other earned achievements, including Distinguished Honor Graduate of the Noncommissioned Officer Academy and Airman of the Year Michael Parson is a former officer with the Jackson Police Dept and is an agent with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Parson's accomplishments were recognized on Tuesday in front of the Jackson City Council. Parson had this to say Click Here to Listen


www.jacksonsun.com

The disappearance of LaToya Cole, a 25-year-old single mother of four, haunted Mike Parson in the months before her body was found."I spent many nights lying in bed thinking about that case," said Parson, an investigator with the Violent Crimes Unit of the Jackson Police Department."I was glad we could bring closure to that case and bring her family a little piece of justice," Parson said.Parson, 36, is from Mississippi and spent four years as a deputy sheriff in Wayne County and four years as a police officer in Waynesboro.He also served as a military policeman in the Army National Guard.He joined the Jackson Police Department in October 2002 and the Violent Crimes Unit nearly three years ago.Parson said it was a miracle that he ended up in law enforcement."In high school, I definitely didn't want to be an officer," he said.


Jackson Sun - www.jacksonsun.com - Jackson, TN

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Michael Parson, a 34-year-old criminal investigator with the Jackson Police Department's Violent Crimes Unit, is the program's first enrollee."I've had some previous college," Parson said."I always wanted to further my knowledge.Plus, I had made a promise to my dad to finish my degree."My ultimate goal is to go to law school, but one step at a time," Parson said.Sgt. Leslee Hallenback of the JPD Gang Enforcement Team has children in college, and now looks forward to going back for herself.She has previous credits from Nassau Community College in Long Island, N.Y., and the University of Tennessee at Martin."I haven't taken classes in 10 years," said Hallenback, but she said she wants to take the opportunity to finish her degree and rise in the ranks.


People | Whitehaven News

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Michael Parson, a security forces member with the 164th Airlift Wing out of Memphis, received it on August 12 and earlier this month, Tech. Sgt.


fclcobserver.com

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Similarly, security guard Michael Parson reports not having a problem with the students. “I donâ€t see them violating the rules,†he said. “They stand by them.â€


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