U.S. Marshal Noel March
Noel C. March is the 39th United States Marshal for the District of
Maine. President Barack Obama nominated him to this position on December
23, 2009, and he was unanimously confirmed by the United States Senate
on April 22, 2010.
As United States Marshal, Mr. March is responsible for the protection of
our federal courts and judges, the investigation and apprehension of
federal fugitives, the investigation of registered sex offenders,
seizure and liquidation of criminal assets and support of the witness
protection program. The Maine Violent Offender Task Force operates under
the direction of the U.S. Marshal, as well.
He was previously the Director of Public Safety for the University of
Maine and was the founding Director of the Maine Community Policing
Marshal March has been featured in numerous professional publications
and is a 30 year decorated veteran of law enforcement in Connecticut and
Maine, where he has held the ranks of Patrol Officer, Drug Unit
Supervisor, Chief Deputy Sheriff.
He is a graduate of the 170th session of the FBI National Academy as
well as the University of New England, where he earned his undergraduate
degree in Organizational Leadership. He also holds a graduate degree in
Peace Studies from the University of Maine.