Miami County Sheriff's Office Announces Promotions
Information and images from Sheriff Dave Duchak of the Miami County Sheriff's Office
TROY - Sheriff Dave Duchak is proud to announce the following deputy promotions that became effective on December 24, 2022.
Sergeant Randy Slusher was promoted to patrol shift lieutenant where he will oversee third watch. Lieutenant Slusher had previously served with the West Milton Police Department before hiring with the sheriff’s office in 2002. He has served as a patrol shift sergeant since 2013. Lieutenant Slusher has also served in the capacity of general assignment detective and served on the sheriff’s office special response team for 9 years. Lieutenant Slusher is also in charge of our patrol field training program for new recruits and also oversees Project Lifesaver.
After competitive testing, Deputy Roger Davidson was promoted to patrol shift sergeant where he will be second in charge of third watch. Sergeant Davidson had previously served with the Bradford and West Milton Police Departments before hiring with the sheriff’s office in 2001. For the past five years Sergeant Davidson has served as the Miami East School District’s School Resource Deputy where he implemented many programs and curriculums to include a crime scene investigation class for students.
After competitive testing, Deputy Nate Jessup was promoted to patrol shift sergeant where he will be second in charge of swing shift watch. Sergeant Jessup was hired at the sheriff’s office in 2015. He has served in the capacity of narcotics detective and is also on the sheriff’s office special response team.
Lieutenant Slusher, Sergeant Davidson, and Sergeant Jessup have distinguished themselves as hard working employees who have served with commitment and dedication. The promotions are well deserved and I am confident that each of them will excel in their new duties.
Pictured left to right are: Sgt. Slusher, Sgt. Davidson and Sgt. Jessup.