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Bill Massey

About:

Bill Massey began his law enforcement career over 25 years ago.  Bill is a second-generation law enforcement officer, and started out as a Police Explorer for the Palo Alto Police Department.  Bill served with the Menlo Park Police Department for his first 12 years, starting in 1995.  With the City of Menlo Park, Bill held positions in patrol, as a Field Training Officer, Crisis and Hostage Negotiator, Detective, Acting Watch Commander/Sergeant, and roles within the Police Officer’s Association including roles as President and Vice-President. Bill transitioned to the San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office Bureau of Investigations as a District Attorney Inspector in 2007.  Bill was promoted to the rank of Senior Inspector in 2012, and he has served as the second in command within his agency since that time.

 

Bill has been the lead instructor and coordinator for an intensive law enforcement leadership program for the last 17 year.  Bill also has instructed on topics relating to Racial Profiling, and Officer Involved Shooting Investigations.  Bill has been the primary training manager for the San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office for the last eight years.  Bill belongs to several associations, including the California District Attorney Investigators Association, Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP), San Mateo County Threat Assessment Advisory Team, San Mateo County Training Manager’s Association, ASIS (Corporate Security Association), and 8-Ball Association (Law Enforcement Liaison Association with Private Security Partners).

Bill Massey

Bill Massey