Sheriff's Department Command Staff
Undersheriff Brent Bomkamp
Undersheriff Bomkamp oversees the internal operations of the Sheriff's Department. This includes responsibility for the Patrol Operations, Criminal Investigations, Corrections, and Administrative Services Bureaus.
He has served with the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department since 1989. He previously led Administrative Services as a Chief, commanded the Criminal Investigations Division (CID) as a Captain, and served as a Lieutenant in CID, the Internal Affairs Unit, for the City of Lakewood Police as the Patrol commander, and for the PSCD Residency Detachment’s and Traffic Unit. As a Detective Sergeant, Brent supervised the Domestic Violence and Juvenile Investigations Units, was assigned to work in the Property Crimes Unit, the Special Assault Unit, the Arson Unit, and was assigned to work numerous homicides.
Undersheriff Bomkamp has a Master of Science degree from the University of Illinois (magna cum laude) and a Bachelor of Science degree from Eastern Washington University (summa cum laude). He also attended the #233 Session of the FBI National Academy.
Undersheriff Bomkamp served on the Dive / Swift Water Rescue team for thirteen years, was assigned to the Marine Services Unit, and worked bicycle patrol as a deputy. He has been recognized with a Medal of Merit for outstanding performance, was twice decorated with the Medal of Valor, has a Lifesaving Award, was honored by the Red Cross as a “Real Hero”, and was recognized by the Prosecutor’s Office as Pierce County’s Outstanding Detective of the Year.
Chief of Administrative Services Nick Hausner
Chief Hausner serves as the Chief of the Administrative Services Bureau, which includes Training and Background, Budget and Payroll, Court Security, Civil Unit, Property Room and Information Technology (IT).
Chief Hausner has served with the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department since 1989. He has worked in various assignments within the department to include in the Patrol Division serving in Lakewood, University Place, the Mountain Detachment and South Hill. Nick has also served as a supervisor in the Patrol Division, Court Security, Civil Division, and Criminal and Business Systems Analysis, as well as previously serving as Chief of Operations.
Chief Hausner has been honored with numerous awards to include the Washington State Medal of Honor, the Sheriff’s Department Medal of Valor and Team Medal of Valor, the Medal of Merit on five occasions, the Lifesaving Medal and has been recognized as Deputy of the Year.
Chief Hausner has served as a member of the Pierce County Gang Task Force, the Uniform Drug Suppression Team, and the Bicycle Patrol Unit. He has continually been involved in the technological advancement of the Sheriff’s Department and providing training for the Department’s computer systems and the South Sound 911 systems while working in partnership with South Sound 911. Chief Hausner has been involved in numerous other programs to include the department’s Community Academy as well as gang reduction programs.
Chief Hausner also served in the United States Marine Corps with Shipboard Security Forces aboard the USS Ranger CV-61 and with 1st Battalion, 1st Marines, 1st Marine Division, Marine Expeditionary Unit – Special Operations Capable out of Camp Pendleton, California.
Chief of Corrections Patti Jackson
Chief Jackson serves as Chief of the Corrections Bureau and oversees all jail operations, including safety & security, health services, courts, classification and inmate programs.
Chief Jackson has served with the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department since 1989. She has worked a variety of operational and administrative positions within the department, such as Shift Commander, PREA/Medical Administrative Lieutenant and Public Information Officer (PIO) for Corrections. Chief Jackson previously served as Sergeant for Inmate Worker Programs where she managed the Food Service and Commissary Budgets. Along with Background and Training, Chief Jackson was instrumental in the development and planning of our monthly “Join Our Team” recruiting workshops.
Chief Jackson has been honored with numerous awards, including two-time Officer of the Year, two-time Medal of Merit, Certificate of Appreciation from the Community Academy and the Leadership Award.
Chief Jackson earned Bachelor’s degrees in Communication and Psychology through the University of Puget Sound and Bluefield College.
Chief Jackson participates on numerous mental health committees and is a member of the City-County Opioid Task Force. She was selected by Mayor Woodards to join her five-member team in Boston, MA at the NLC Mayors Institute on Opioids. Along with the continued work on both opioid teams and in effort to combat in-house contraband challenges, Chief Jackson implemented the first Jail Narcotic K9 Program in the state in 2016.
Chief of Investigations Kevin Roberts
Chief Roberts serves as Chief of the Investigations Bureau, which includes Major Investigations, Special Investigations, Forensics, Property and Special Teams.
Chief Roberts began his career with the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department as a reserve deputy in 1993, and was hired as a full-time deputy in 1996. He worked as a patrol deputy in Lakewood for four years before he transferred to South Hill. Chief Roberts played an integral role in hiring deputies when he worked as a background investigator. In 2008, he promoted to sergeant, which took him back to patrol. Chief Roberts promoted to lieutenant in 2015, serving first in the Administrative Services Bureau and then leading the Criminal Investigations Division.
Chief Roberts has been awarded three medals of merit, two lifesaving medals and is a recipient of the Sheriff’s Core Values Award. He has completed numerous leadership courses including Leadership in Police Organizations and 21st Century Police Leadership.
Chief Roberts was an instructor for the Emergency Vehicle Operation Course for 17 years, was a member of the Marine Services Unit for 3 years, spent 2 years in Lakewood’s Bike Unit, 5 years as a field training officer, and provides internal training on ethics, character and officer wellness.
Chief of Patrol Micah Lundborg
Chief Lundborg serves as the Chief of Patrol, which includes our Central Patrol Division as well as our Mountain, Foothills and Peninsula Detachments. He is also responsible for our traffic operations and special programs.
Chief Lundborg has served with the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department since 1994. Prior to his current role, Chief Lundborg held the rank of Lieutenant and served as the Contract Chief of Police for the City of Edgewood. As a sergeant, he supervised deputies in the Mountain Detachment, oversaw the department’s training unit, and supervised patrol deputies out of the South Hill precinct. While a deputy, he worked patrol in South Hill and Lakewood. He spent time working in special operations and warrants and was a K9 handler for six years.
Chief Lundborg has previously served as a member of the Marine Services Unit. He also spent 16 years as a member of the Pierce County Metro Dive Team and was the team’s commander for 6 of those years.
Chief Lundborg is an advocate of community outreach and partnerships, and professionalism in policing. He has received numerous commendations and awards during his career to include Law Enforcement Deputy of the Year, three Lifesaving Awards, and two Merit Awards.
He earned a bachelor’s degree from Pacific Lutheran University in 1992.
Chief of Staff Lauren Wallin
Chief of Staff Wallin oversees all contracts, grants, and government relations for the Sheriff’s Department, as well as many special projects in community engagement and public safety.
She has served with the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department since 2002, starting as an intern from Pacific Lutheran University. Early in her career, Chief Wallin was instrumental in developing the Pierce County AMBER Alert program, Crime Stoppers program, and integrating intelligence analysis to violent crime investigations countywide. Chief Wallin served as an Intelligence Analyst with the FBI as a member of the South Sound Violent Crime Task Force before returning to the Sheriff’s Department in 2006 to serve in our Criminal Investigations Bureau and Public/Media Relations Office, as well as serving as Law Enforcement Coordinator for the Tacoma-Pierce County Crime Stoppers program.
Chief Wallin developed and manages the nationally certified Pierce County Regional Child Abduction Response Team, and has trained hundreds of officers in responding to and searching for missing children. She was responsible for numerous special projects including the creation and content for all social media, videos, photography, and web content for the Sheriff’s Department, as well as leading the intelligence analysis efforts for the 2015 US Open Golf Championship and creating the countywide unsolved homicides website.
Chief Wallin has been recognized with a Sheriff’s Medal of Merit four times in her career as well as a Team Medal of Merit. She was selected as the 2009 Sheriff’s Department’s Staff Member of the Year and was honored to receive the Sheriff’s Core Values Award in 2019. She has received numerous awards including a Tacoma Police Department Medal of Merit and two FBI National Director’s Awards.
Chief Wallin earned a bachelor’s degree from Pacific Lutheran University, where she was a 4-year varsity letterman in swimming and in rowing. She volunteers as a Camp Director for Law Enforcement Youth Camp, Crime Stoppers Advisor, Special Olympics Torch Run Coordinator, Pierce County Law Enforcement Memorial Committee member, as well as participating in Toys for Tots, Mission to Mexico, and the Greater Gig Harbor Foundation. Chief Wallin coaches youth baseball and soccer, and serves on her local elementary school’s PTA as Treasurer. She has been humbled to lead fundraising efforts to support the families of fallen police officers over the past 15 years.