STANTON, Mich. (WOOD) — Montcalm County Sheriff Mike Williams announced Tuesday Andrew Doezema would be the office’s new undersheriff.
Williams made the announcement in a press release issued on Tuesday.
In his new role, Doezema will oversee the law enforcement, corrections and administrative divisions of the sheriff’s office. Doezema will also serve as the interim jail administrator while that position is vacant.
Doezema has 18 years of law enforcement experience, which includes administration, advanced investigation, supervision, training and patrol. He has previously served as a deputy sheriff, road patrol sergeant and detective sergeant.
In addition, Doezema is a licensed attorney, forensic interviewer, speed measurement instructor and field training officer. He earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Calvin College and a law degree at Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School.
In his free time, Doezema enjoys traveling with his family, running, participating in water and snow sports and tinkering in his shop.