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Doug Monette

Interim Vice President and Chief Safety Officer


Doug Monette joined the Michigan State University Department of Police and Public Safety in 1996. Since then, he has served as a Sergeant, Lieutenant, First Lieutenant, Inspector, Administrative Captain, and Interim Chief of Police. He is currently the Interim Vice President and Chief Safety Officer. Doug leads the university’s Department of Police and Public Safety, including police, community engagement and support, emergency management, security systems, parking, transportation, and traffic engineering. 

Doug is a mid-Michigan native. Prior to joining MSU, he worked for the East Lansing Police Department. He received his bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice from Ferris State University and his master's degree in Public Administration from Western Michigan University. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with friends and family outdoors.

Chris Rozman

Chief of Police


Chris Rozman is the Chief of Police at Michigan State University and has been with the department since 2001. Rozman has served in a variety of roles including patrol, field training officer, K9 handler, detective and detective sergeant, patrol sergeant and lieutenant, Investigative Division Captain, Public Information Officer, and most recently Interim Deputy Chief of Police overseeing all field operations, patrol services, and community engagement.

Rozman graduated from Michigan State University with his Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice and from Cleary University with his Master of Science degree in Culture, Change, and Leadership. He is also a graduate of the Michigan State University School of Staff and Command. Rozman serves as a board member for the Families Against Narcotics, Ingham County-Okemos Chapter and as a board member for the Michigan Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (MACLEA). Rozman is passionate about community outreach and engagement with the community. He strives to create a positive organizational culture for officers and employees to succeed.

Ryan Doyle

Director of Support Services Bureau


Ryan Doyle oversees the Support Services Bureau, which is comprised of the MSU DPPS Emergency Management, Fire and Life Safety, Property and Evidence, and Records and Analysis Units. He has more than 20 years of experience successfully identifying and implementing various technologies in a higher education environment. Prior to joining MSU, Ryan served as the Director of Emergency Communications for the University of Utah Department of Public Safety and as the Director of Support Services for University Police Services, Southern Command.

Ryan's notable projects include establishing the University of Utah’s first crime analyst position, overseeing the creation of multiple crime dashboards to improve transparency and build trust with community partners, the design and construction of a multiple police headquarters and dispatch centers, implementation of a new P25 Phase II radio system to increase interoperable communications with other regional first responders, developing the RebelSAFE program, supporting safety and security efforts for the 2016 U.S. Presidential Debate and 2020 U.S. Vice Presidential Debate, and serving as lead architect for the installation of all public safety technology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.  He has a bachelor’s degree in management information systems.

Andrea Munford

Deputy Chief of Administrative Services Bureau


Andrea Munford is the Deputy Chief of the Administrative Services Bureau at the Michigan State University Department of Police and Public Safety. She has been with the department since 1997, and has held a variety of positions, including Special Victims Unit detective and supervisor, crime scene investigator and unit supervisor, cold case homicide task force investigator, civil disorder response instructor and patrol bicycle unit supervisor.

Deputy Chief Munford served as adviser to the MSU Office of the President on relationship violence & sexual misconduct (RVSM) at MSU from 2019-2023. She was a member of the MSU RVSM Expert Advisory Workgroup until 2023, and co-authored MSU’s RVSM Strategic Plan. She also develops training for law enforcement and other disciplines on trauma-informed response, as well as other disciplines that intersect with those investigations.

Deputy Chief Munford graduated from MSU with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice.

John Prush

Director of Public Safety Operations Bureau


John Prush serves in the role of Director for Public Safety Operations. John began his career at DPPS in 1993 as a student employee in the special events unit. After serving as a student supervisor, he was hired full time into the department's technical services unit. A graduate of Michigan State University, he holds a Humanities/Pre-Law bachelor's degree from the College of Arts and Letters as well as a B.A. in Telecommunication, Information Studies, and Media from the College of Communication Arts and Sciences. John represents Michigan State University on the Capital Area Transportation Authority (CATA) Board of Directors.

The Public Safety Operations Bureau of the Department of Police and Public Safety encompasses Parking and Mobility Services, Security Services, and the department's Information Technology Unit. The parking system on the East Lansing campus is comprised of over 30,000 parking spaces and a variety of partnerships with mobility providers. Security services include staffing for events and venues while also managing physical security systems that provide intrusion detection and access controls for campus buildings. The DPPS IT unit is highly specialized to maintain compliance with state and federal criminal justice information system policies and standards.

Dana Whyte

Communications Manager and Spokesperson


Dana Whyte serves as the Communications Manager and Spokesperson for the Michigan State University Department of Police and Public Safety, leading all strategic communication initiatives for MSU DPPS. She manages the department's website and social media pages, serves as the spokesperson for media interviews, and is in charge of internal communications, including developing and distributing a monthly employee newsletter.

Dana comes to MSU DPPS from a journalistic background, serving as a television news reporter for four years. She worked for both WOOD-TV8 in Grand Rapids, Michigan and WLNS-TV in Lansing, Michigan, covering historic events such as the coronavirus pandemic, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the 2020 Presidential Election. She received her bachelor's degree from Central Michigan University in Broadcast & Cinematic Arts and is currently pursuing her master's degree in Strategic Communication from MSU. In her spare time, Dana enjoys reading, traveling, and serving as a fitness instructor at The Barre Code East Lansing.