Chief of Police
Chief Loren Sharp Started with the Fort Morgan Police Department in 1994. During his Career, he has worked in nearly every role to include: Patrol Officer, K-9 Handler, Field Training Officer, School Resource Officer, Special Enforcement Team Coordinator, FTO Supervisor, Patrol Sergeant, Detective Sergeant, and Commander. In March of 2020, Chief Sharp completed the prestigious FBI National Academy, Session 279, in Quantico, Virginia. He was appointed as Chief of Police in December of 2020.
Message: "High achievement always takes place in the framework of high expectation."
Commander of Support Services
Commander Steve Brown joined the Fort Morgan Police Department in May of 2000. He has a Bachelor's degree in Sociology: emphasis in Criminal Justice from University of Northern Colorado. He is also a graduate of Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command. He served in the United States Air Force and the Colorado Air National Guard for seven years. Steve was promoted to Commander in December of 2020. During his tenure with the department he has been a Patrol Officer, Bicycle Patrol Officer, Special Response Team Member, Field Training Officer, Detective, Patrol Sergeant, FTO Supervisor, SFST Instructor, Detective Sergeant and Administrative Sergeant.
Message: "Change is not merely necessary to life, it is life."
Commander of Operations
Commander Kevin Miller started at the Fort Morgan Police Department in 1994. Before becoming a police officer, he trained in aviation technology and received his pilot certificate while training to become an airline transport pilot. He has served the department as a Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer, Firearms Instructor, Traffic Accident Reconstruction, Driving Instructor, Patrol Sergeant, Drone Program Coordinator, Detective Sergeant, and Hostage Negotiator. He graduated from Northwestern University Center for Public Safety of Police Staff and Command.
Message: "There is no right way to do a wrong thing."
Sergeant Evan Schiel started at the Fort Morgan Police Department in December of 2013. Previously, he worked for the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office for 8 years as a Detention Deputy and Deputy Sheriff. He has an Associate’s Degree of Arts focusing on Criminal Justice from Northeastern Junior College. He has served the department as a Patrol Officer, Less Lethal Instructor, SFST Instructor, Field Training Officer, SET Member/Coordinator, Detective, Morgan County Major Crimes Task Force Member, Crisis Negotiator, Computer Voice Stress Analysis Examiner, Corporal, Patrol Sergeant, Detective Sergeant and now Administration Sergeant.
Message: "Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak. Courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen." - Winston Churchill
Michelle Miller joined the Fort Morgan Police Department in April of 2018. She is a graduate of the University of Northern Colorado with a Bachelor's Degree in Social Science. Prior to working at the police department, Michelle taught elementary school for many years in Fort Morgan and owned a driving school.