Noel C. March serves as Chief Strategy Officer for Sigma Tactical Wellness, LLC as well as faculty of Justice Studies and Director of the Maine Community Policing Institute at University of Maine at Augusta (UMA).
From 2010 to 2018 he served as an appointee of President Barack Obama as the United States Marshal in Maine where he represented the U.S. Department of Justice in the protection of our federal courts and judges, the investigation and apprehension of federal fugitives, the investigation of registered sex offenders, confiscation of criminal assets and support of the witness protection program.
Chief March is a nationally recognized subject-matter-expert in Community Oriented Policing who presently sits on the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Board of Directors. He is also the author of an award winning online police training program and he instructs and speaks on community engagement topics at colleges and conferences internationally.
His work has been featured in The Police Chief, the ASLET Trainer, the FBI National Academy Associate and University Business magazines. He is a decorated veteran of law enforcement in Connecticut and Maine, where he has also held the ranks of Police Officer, Drug Unit Supervisor, and Chief Deputy Sheriff.
Noel is a graduate of the 170th session of the prestigious FBI National Academy as well as the University of New England and the University of Maine Graduate School, where he earned degrees in Organizational Leadership and Peace & Reconciliation Studies, respectively.
Sigma began with the desire to create efficient avenues for members of public safety seeking a greater measure of health and performance from their daily lives. Today, we have served more than 1,000s emergency responders in the United States.
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