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consultant , chief of police

Michael Ray Gentry, American chief of police, consultant.

Background

Gentry, Michael Ray was born on December 21, 1958 in Jacksboro, Texas, United States. Son of Melvin Ray and Jackie Margaret (Dempsey) Gentry.

Education

Associate of Arts in Business Management, Blinn College, 1987. Student, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University, 1989.

Career

Police officer Burnet (Texas) Police Department, 1979-1982. Training coordinator Brenham (Texas) Police Department, 1982-1987. Program manager Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University State Police Academy, Bryan, 1987-1990.

Criminal investigator Brazos County Attorneys Office, 1987-1991. Chief police Bowie (Texas) Police Department, since 1991. Guest instructor Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Glynco, Georgia, 1988-1990, United States Marshals Training Center, Pineville, Louisiana, 1988-1990, Federal Bureau of Investigation Academy, Quantico, Virginia, 1990.

Guest speaker Texas Attorney Generals Law Enforcement Conference, Austin, 1989.

Membership

Deacon Church of Christ, College Station, Texas, 1989-1991. Member National Association Professional Law Enforcement Emergency Vehicle Response Trainers (charter, Texas representative 1990), National Tactical Officers Association, National District Attorneys Association, International Association Chiefs Police, Texas Tactical Police Officers Association, Texas Association for Investigative Hypnosis.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: camping, fishing.

Connections

Married Sandra Lee Turner, June 28, 1980. Children: Sarah Fay, Mark William.

father:
Melvin Ray Gentry

mother:
Jackie Margaret (Dempsey) Gentry

spouse:
Sandra Lee Turner

children:
Sarah Fay Gentry

Mark William Gentry