Lieutenant Eric Sanborn
Livingston County, MichiganSheriffLieutenant Eric Sanborn

Lieutenant Eric Sanborn

Lt. Eric Sanborn Email

  • 1991 - Graduate (Salutatorian) of Faith Baptist High School - Davison, MI
  • 1995 - Graduate of the University of Michigan - Flint with a Bachelor's in Criminal Justice and a Minor in Political Science
  • 1996 - Hired by the Calhoun County Sheriff Department as a Corrections Deputy
  • 1996 - Graduate of the Department of Corrections Academy:  MCOTC Certified
  • 1997 - Hired By Flint Township Police Department
  • 1997 - Graduate of the Mid-Michigan Police Academy – Lansing, MI
  • 1998 - Hired by the Livingston County Sheriff Department assigned to Road Patrol
  • 2000 - Graduated Michigan State University Traffic Accident Reconstruction series; Certified Traffic Accident Reconstructionist
  • 2001 - Assigned to Secondary Road Patrol, Traffic Accident Reconstruction
  • 2003 - Hired by Paradise Valley Police Department, Paradise Valley, AZ – assigned to Road Patrol
  • 2003-2006 - Completed extensive in-service training including Mastering Performance Phase I and II (Leadership, Supervision and Management), General Instructor, Mobile Video Instructor, RADAR and LIDAR (Laser) instructor and Grant Writing
  • 2004 - Appointed Field Training Officer
  • 2006 - Awarded Meritorious Service Medal by the Paradise Valley Police Dept
  • 2006 - Assigned to the Paradise Valley Police Department’s General Investigations Bureau as Detective.
  • 2007 - Hired by the Livingston County Sheriff Department as Lieutenant, Night Shift Road Patrol and Corrections Watch Commander.
  • 2008 - Graduate of the 23rd School of Police Staff and Command at Eastern Michigan University
  • 2009 - (May) Awarded Master's Degree, with Honors, in Administration-Public Management from Northern Arizona University  
  • January 2010 - assigned as Assistant Jail Administrator of the Livingston County Jail in charge of Jail Operations as well as Court Transports and Civil Division
  • March 2010 - Graduated The FBI National Academy, 240th Session
  • September 2010 – Completed Law Enforcement Executive Leadership Institute (LEELI)