Person of the Week: James Bosscher
This week’s Person of the Week is a local law enforcement officer who was recently named the Sheriff of the Year by the Michigan Sheriff’s association.
That officer is James Bosscher, the sheriff of Missaukee County.
After receiving an honorable discharge from the military, Bosscher attended two community colleges and worked his way up.
And he was elected Sheriff of Missaukee County in 1994.
Bosscher is also Chairman of the Traverse Narcotics Board, administrator of the Missaukee County EMS and Rescue Operations, and also serves on the Wexford/Missaukee Domestic Violence Task Force.
Sheriff Bosscher taught Criminal Justice classes at Kirtland College and Northwestern College.
For his service, Sheriff Bosscher receives the title of Person of the Week.
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