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Chief Deputy Robert Boyce

Chief Deputy Boyce joined the Berrien County Sheriff’s Office in 1995 after having served as an Officer for the City of Benton Harbor from 1989 – 1995.

Chief Deputy Boyce is a graduate of Kenowa Hills High School and has an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Grand Rapids Community College.

During Chief Deputy Boyce’s tenure with the Berrien County Sheriff’s Office he has served in the jail division, road patrol division, dispatch, criminal investigation unit, and the narcotics unit.

During Chief Deputy Boyce’s career with the Berrien County Sheriff’s Office he has held the rank of Deputy, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, and now Chief Deputy.

During Chief Deputy Boyce’s career with the Benton Harbor City Police Department he held the position of patrol officer and detective.

Chief Deputy Boyce is currently engaged to the love of his life, Mary, who has two wonderful children, who are all part of his life.

Community Involvement:

Member of FOB 96
Member of Elks Lodge 541

Awards:

Officer of the Year – Benton Harbor City Police Department – 1991.

BCSD
919 Port Street
St. Joseph, MI 49085
(269) 983-7141
BCSD Niles Substation
1205 N. Front Street
Niles, MI 49120
(269) 684-5274
BCSD Watervliet Twp Substation
4959 M 140
Watervliet, MI 49098
(269) 463-5495
Deputies may be on patrol
Four Winds Substation
19279 Kinst Road
New Buffalo, MI 49117
(269) 756-9571 ext. 7603
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