Lieutenant, Voorhees Police Department, Community Affairs Commander
Bill began his career in law enforcement as a police dispatcher for both the Bellmawr and Voorhees Police Departments in 2000. He was appointed as a police officer in Cherry Hill in 2003. He was hired as a police officer in Voorhees in 2008, and later served as a field training officer. Bill was promoted to sergeant in 2014 and served as a patrol supervisor. In 2015, he was assigned as an administrative sergeant responsible for the Traffic Unit, social media, school security, FTO, and community affairs. In July of 2016, Bill was promoted to Lieutenant and serves as the Community Affairs Bureau Commander. Bill has a Master's Degree in Administrative Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University. He also holds graduate certificates in School Security and Safety Administration, Global Security and Terrorism Studies, Global Leadership and Administration, and Public Administration. He is currently attending a graduate program in Police Leadership at Temple University. Bill serves as a Police Academy instructor, in-service instructor, and adjunct at Rowan College at Gloucester County. The Voorhees Police Department has made great strides under the leadership of Chief Louis Bordi to increase our digital footprint and reach our residents. We currently have over 10,000 Facebook followers, 2,513 Nextdoor households with a representation of every neighborhood in our town, over 2,600 Twitter followers, and a reach of over 24,000 on Nixle. We utilize social media to ensure our residents see the good work our officers do on a daily basis, without having to rely on the mainstream media to pick up our stories.