Sergeant Hill brings twenty five years of law enforcement experience to McNamara & Associates, Inc.. He is currently assigned to the Community Service Bureau of a Municipal, NJ Police Department, where he is in charge of the unit that provides educational programs to the schools and community. Chris is also President of the Howell Township Police Athletic League, and the 1st Vice President for the National Police Athletic League. He was deputized as a United States Marshal working with the Bureau of Investigations Customs Enforcement (ICE) as a member of the Violent Gang Task Force. He is regarded as a Gang Expert and has testified before the senate committee.
Until recently, Sergeant Hill was the President of the Monmouth County Bias & Gang Officers Association, and a former Member of the Monmouth County Emergency Response Team. While with MOCERT he has done Executive Protection Details for Vice President Cheyney, Coretta Scott King, Tom Cruise, Rappers Fifty Cents, Ludicrous and several other high profile individuals.
In 1985 Chris was appointed by Governor Thomas Kean, to the Task Force that evaluated the conditions of the States Mental Hospitals, which ultimately led to the closing of several.
In 1993, First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton recognized Chris for his work with the Children’s Defense Fund Black Community Crusade at the White House with Jesse Jackson, Coretta Scott King, Joseph Lowery of the SCLU, Marian Wright Edleman and many others. Also in 1993 he was featured on an ABC after school Special Sponsored by Oprah Winfrey titled “Learning Not To Hurt” which was aired nationally.
He has been on several talk shows, and taught thousands of kids and adults across the country at various colleges, universities and community programs.
As President of the Howell Township Police Athletic League Sergeant Hill has developed many programs that currently feed and educate many youth throughout Monmouth and Ocean Counties. One of the many programs call for student volunteers to hand deliver food and gifts on holidays such as Christmas and Easter to needy individuals throughout the County and local hospitals.