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Mike Davis
Vancouver, WA
Mike Davis is a (Ret.) Police Sergeant for the Vancouver, Washington Police Department.  He has been a police officer since 1991 and served as a police officer in Illinois prior to relocating to Vancouver.  Sergeant Davis helped to establish the City of Vancouver’s first Domestic Violence unit and served as the first Domestic Violence Sergeant.  In 2004, he was named Outstanding Law Enforcement Officer by the Clark County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office for service to the victims of domestic violence.  

From 2006 until 2012 he supervised detectives and probation officers while he coordinated the city’s response to domestic violence. Working with the community, the Vancouver Police Department developed a coordinated community response to domestic violence.  As a result, the domestic violence unit is now co-located with the Domestic Violence Prosecution Center.  Sergeant Davis serves on the Clark County Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault task force and served on the Washington State Attorney General’s Advisory Board on Domestic Violence.

Sergeant Davis has given presentations on the police response to domestic violence for the Battered Women’s Justice Project, End Violence Against Women International Conference, North Dakota Council on Abused Women’s Services, Washington State Correctional Association State Conference, Portland State University, Clark College, and various community events.  In 2009, the Vancouver Police Department’s Domestic Violence Unit was named Community Partnership Team of the Year by the Washington State Department of Corrections.  He is the author of three book chapters, one on investigating domestic violence cases and the other two on law enforcement response to intimate partner sexual violence.
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