THE WHITE HOUSE
Office of the Press Secretary
PRESIDENT NAMES FOUR U.S. MARSHALS
The President today announced his intent to nominate Robert Henry McMichael as U. S. Marshal for the Northern District of Georgia, John W. Caldwell as U. S. Marshal for the Southern District of Georgia, Roy Allen Smith as U. S. Marshal for the Southern District of Ohio, and David William Troutman as U. S. Marshal for the Northern District of Ohio.
"I am pleased to nominate these individuals as U. S. Marshals," the President said. "They are well qualified and I am confident they will make a positive difference in our fight against crime."
Robert Henry McMichael, U. S. Marshal for the Northern District of Georgia.
A native of Atlanta, GA, Mr. McMichael has been serving as Interim Sheriff with the Fulton County Sheriff's Department since November 1989. Previously, he served as Chief Special Agent with the Intelligence Unit of the Fulton County District Attorney's Office. Prior to that experience, he was a Special Intelligence Agent with the Fulton County District Attorney's Office. Mr. McMichael is a 1964 graduate of Moorehouse College where he received his B.A. and a 1981 graduate of Woodrow Wilson Law School at Princeton University, where he received his J.D. He has completed extensive training at the Atlanta Police Academy and the Georgia Police Academy.
John Walter Caldwell, U. S. Marshal for the Southern District of Georgia.
Mr. Caldwell is currently the Senior Criminal Investigator
Instructor/Course Developer in the Enforcement Operations Division at
the Federal Law Enforcement Training
Center. In this capacity, he serves as the Senior Instructor for the Criminal Investigator Training Program, including basic training for U. S. Marshals. He has been with the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center for the past sixteen years holding positions within the Enforcement Operations Division, Marine Law Enforcement Training Program, Firearms Division, Drivers Training, and Physical Techniques Division. Mr. Caldwell earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Georgia Southern University in 1975 and an Associate of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice from South Georgia College in 1973.
Roy Allen Smith, U. S. Marshal for the Southern District of Ohio.
Mr. Smith is currently Director of the Pike County Department of Human Services, where he oversees fifty- five employees. Prior to this experience, he was the Administration Division's Chief Deputy. Earlier, he served as the U. S. Marshal for the Southern District of Ohio, appointed by Jimmy Carter. He received his Ph. D. from the School of Applied Behavioral Sciences and Educational Leadership at Ohio University in 1993, a Master of Science from the Eastern Kentucky University College of Law Enforcement in 1980, and a Bachelor of Science Degree from Ohio University's College of Education in 1971.
David W. Troutman, U. S. Marshal for the Northern District of Ohio.
Mr. Troutman is the Sheriff of Summit County, Akron, OH, supervising 300 full-time employees and 200 auxiliary Deputy Sheriffs. Prior to this experience, Mr. Troutman was Chief Probation Officer for the Barberton Municipal Court in Barberton,OH. He is a 1981 graduate of the National Sheriffs' Institute-FBI Academy and has participated in numerous law enforcement seminars and training.