Two get promotions at Gladstone Post
GLADSTONE — The Michigan State Police announce the promotions of Trooper Patrick Janisse and Trooper James Rempinski to Sergeant at the Gladstone Post effective Sunday.
In their new role, Sergeant Janisse and Sergeant Rempinski will be responsible for assisting with the daily operations at the Gladstone Post, the Menominee detachment, and the Manistique Outpost.
Sergeant Janisse enlisted with the department in 2014 and graduated as a member of the 127th Trooper Recruit School. He has served at the St. Ignace Post prior to assignment at Gladstone. As a uniform trooper, Sergeant Janisse has worked specialized duties as a Community Services Officer, Field Training Officer, and Evidence Technician. Sergeant Janisse is a native of Antrim County, Michigan. He attended and graduated from Aquilas College in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Psychology.
Sergeant Rempinski enlisted with the department in 2013 as a member of the 125th Trooper Recruit School. Sergeant Rempinski has previously served at the Manistique Outpost, and the Metro North Post. As a uniform trooper, Sergeant Rempinski has worked specialized duties with the Bridge Card Enforcement Team and as a Trooper Investigator. Sergeant Rempinski also was a police officer for the City of Northville prior to joining the Michigan State Police. Sergeant Rempinski is a Wayne County native where he also attended and graduated from Wayne State University in 2010 with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice.