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Macomb County Sheriff's Office
MACE Reserve Unit

The Macomb Area Computer Enforcement (MACE) reserve unit was
established in the year 2001 to assist the Detectives in gathering
evidence online. The unit is currently comprised of seven Reserve
Deputies that provide awareness and prevention training. This hand
picked talent and collective knowledge base surrounding criminal
investigation, computer crime, IT, and computer security indicates
that Sheriff Wickersham and the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office is
serious about combating all forms of cybercrime. Reserve Officers
of the M.A.C.E. unit serve on a strictly volunteer basis at no cost to
the community.

Serving a community population of roughly 841,000 citizens, in
2010, MACE Reserves Deputies conducted more than 68 presentations
to schools and organizations covering everything from Internet Safety
to identity theft. Many of those we train are officials who then utilize
the training we have provided to educate their peers and subordinates.

MACE offers custom tailored training based on age group including a
student base beginning at 3rd grade. These presentations are absolutely
free of charge to all attendees and contain up to date information on the
latest techniques and avenues of various crimes committed on the internet.



We will not be taking any new reserve applications at this time as we have no vacancies.  Please try back in the fall of 2016 if you're interested.      

M.A.C.E. – Working to keep you safe online.

Click here for an application if you are interested in becoming a part of any of these fine units. 



How to file a complaint about Internet Crimes

Macomb Sheriff
Identity Theft Form

FBI's Internet Crime
Complaint Center,

Helpful Internet Links:


Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force

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