Captain Martin Mack is a 28 year veteran of the Cincinnati Police Department. A native Cincinnatian, Captain Mack is a 1982 graduate of North College Hill High School. Prior to joining the Police Department, Martin attended Walsh University in North Canton, Ohio where he graduated with a degree in Accounting. In 2010, Captain Mack graduated from the University of Cincinnati where he received a Master of Arts degree in Criminal Justice. Captain Mack is also a 2009 graduate of the FBI National Academy.
In December 1987, Captain Mack was sworn in as a member of the 70th recruit class of the Cincinnati Police Department. Upon graduation from the Police Academy, he was assigned to District Five. In 1989, Captain Mack transferred to District Four where he served until he was promoted to Police Sergeant in 1996, and transferred to District Two. One of the supervisory positions Captain Mack held in District Two was sergeant in command of the Neighborhood Liaison Unit officers. In this role Martin worked closely with the community as the Cincinnati Police Department adopted community problem oriented policing (CPOP) as a model for addressing neighborhood problems.
Captain Mack returned to District Four in 2005, when he was promoted to the rank of Police Lieutenant. During the past nine years, Captain Mack has held numerous leadership roles in the Department that included Assistant Commander of Inspections Section, Major Offenders Unit Commander, and Internal Investigations Unit Commander. In his spare time he is actively involved in several fraternal organizations and social groups, which include the FBI National Academy Associates, National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) and the Boy Scouts of America.