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Sergeants & Corporals
Officer in Patrol CarResponsibilities
Under the direction of the police commander, the Mill Creek Police Department has four patrol sergeants and two corporals who are responsible for supervising field operations and providing day-to-day guidance and mentoring of up to five directly assigned patrol officers.

The patrol sergeant is considered a vital part of the department’s management team. They are asked to provide input and support to the department’s command staff as well supervise, evaluate, and discipline assigned personnel.

A fifth sergeant is assigned to the Investigations Division as the detective sergeant. This sergeant is responsible for the supervision of two detectives, as well as reviewing and assigning cases for additional investigation, and tracking registered sex offenders within the city limits. The detective sergeant is also responsible for their own case load.

Sergeants & Corporals
Many sergeants and corporals serve in additional capacities and assist in administrative functions such as scheduling, training, fleet maintenance supervision, SNOCOM TAC, and many more. The sergeants and corporals of the Mill Creek Police Department are:

Sergeants
Corporals