THP promotes Jolley
By Kim Swindell Wood | June 28, 2016 9:11 am
Last Updated: June 28, 2016 at 9:12 am
Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security has promoted Michael Paul Jolley to the rank of sergeant in the Protective Services Division of the Tennessee Highway Patrol. Jolley has been with the THP for 18 years, with the last two years in Protective Services.
The Protective Services Division is made up of three units: the Executive Protection Unit protects the governor; the Capitol Protection Unit guards the Tennessee Supreme Court, Legislative Plaza and the State Capitol; and the Facilities Protection Unit protects other state buildings, such as the William R. Snodgrass Tower and the TBI lab, in Nashville.
Jolley will be over the Facilities Protection Unit.
Jolley is a native of Doyle and a graduate of White County High School. He is also a graduate of Northwestern University’s Center for Public Safety, the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, Georgia, and Nashville State, with a degree in Police Science and Administration.
He is married to Connie Roberts Jolley, and they have two sons, Seth and Caleb.