Roy W. Hill

Roy HillFollowing nearly 30 years in law enforcement and public administration in Connecticut and Southern California, Police Chief Roy Hill expanded his career into the field of school security and emergency response / preparedness as a member of the Leadership Team of the Palm Springs Unified School District.

Chief Hill obtained his Master’s Degree in Public Administration and Senior Professional Certificate in Human Resources from the University of New Haven.  Roy is a graduate of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia and has attended numerous FEMA training courses at their National Emergency Training Center located in Emmitsburg, Maryland.

Chief Hill is a member of the International Chiefs of Police, International Association of Emergency Managers, FBI National Academy Associates and the National Center for Crisis Management.  Roy is a former DARE instructor, a police academy instructor and is currently an instructor for the University of Phoenix.

Chief Hill provides emergency management and security consulting services for K-12 schools, law enforcement and government, non-governmental agencies and business and a co-author of the book “School Emergency Management – A Practical Approach to Implementation”

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