Mike Jenkins serves as the supervisor who manages the Pasco Sheriff’s Office Internal Affairs – Professional Standards Unit, located in central Florida. Mike is responsible for overseeing all administrative investigations involving the 1300 members of the Pasco Sheriff’s Office, including all law enforcement, corrections, and civilian personnel.
During his law enforcement career, he has been privileged to gain experience in a wide variety of law enforcement disciplines, which include:
Deputy, Field Training Officer, Corporal and Sergeant in Road Patrol.
Corporal in the School Resource Officer Unit.
Detective in Secondary Victims, Juvenile Investigations, Narcotics, and Homicide.
Internal Affairs Inspector
During the time Mike served as a Sergeant in Road Patrol, he was appointed as Inspector over the Internal Affairs Unit.
Mike has been recognized as a criminal street gang expert in the Sixth Judicial Circuit and has taught at conferences sponsored by the Department of Justice and the Florida Gang Investigators Association.
Additionally, Mike serves as an Adjunct Professor for the University of North Florida’s Institute of Police Technology & Management. Mike serves in the IPTM. Management Section and travels throughout the country providing instruction on subjects related to Internal Affairs.
In 2013, Mike began his tenure as President of the National Internal Affairs Investigators Association. Mike joined the NIAIA Executive Board in 2011 as 2nd Vice President and continued his service to the NIAIA in 2012 as 1st Vice President.
Mike earned a Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, in Biblical Studies from Trinity College of Florida and was recently accepted into Troy University’s Master of Public Administration program (anticipated graduation date of 2015).
Mike has been married to his wife Angela for twenty years and they have six children together, ranging in age from 8 to 18 years old.