Michael Camp began his career as a Deputy Sheriff with the Rockdale County Sheriff's Office in May 2007, following his graduation from the University of Georgia.
Camp was selected in 2008 to serve as the agency's first crime analyst, a role still held to this day. Since becoming a certified crime and intelligence analyst in 2009, Camp has also held roles in emergency management, as an investigator, public information officer, and as the Georgia Sheriffs' Association liaison to the Georgia state counter-terrorism/intelligence/fusion center (GISAC). Additionally, he has been promoted to Corporal and Sergeant of the Intelligence Unit within the Criminal Investigations Division, served as the Sergeant of the Special Investigations Unit within the Uniform Patrol Division and currently serves as the Sergeant of the Office of Professional Standards.
In May 2016, Camp graduated with his Master of Public Safety Administration from Columbus State University.
Camp has been married since 2010, and has twin daughters and a son. He is also an avid Atlanta area sports fan, most notably the University of Georgia Bulldogs.