Jim Mack, Commander
Commander Jim Mack joined the Lacey Police Department in July 1989. During the first half of his career, he held assignments in the Department’s Patrol and Investigation Divisions. He held the specific positions of Community Service Officer, Reserve Police Officer, Police Officer, Gang Detective, Patrol Sergeant, and School Resource Sergeant. In January 2003, Jim was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. He was assigned to the Patrol Division for five years and then to the Investigative Division.
In October 2011, Jim was promoted to the rank of Commander. As a Command Level Officer, Jim spent time overseeing both the Patrol Division and the Investigative Division for the department. Commander Mack was also assigned as the Coordinator for the Thurston County Narcotics Task Force.
Jim has an Associate of Arts Degree from Pierce College in Criminal Justice, and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Community Services from Saint Martin’s University. He is a graduate of the #225 Session of the FBI National Academy and has served as the Training Chair and the Sponsorship Chair for the Washington Chapter, Northwest Law Enforcement Command College and the IACP’s Leadership in Police Organizations.
Contact Commander Mack
Mail: Lacey Police Department
ATTN: Commander Mack
420 College St SE
Lacey, WA 98503-1238