Christopher Hill began his law enforcement career in December 1994 as a Reserve Officer with the Grifton Police Department.
Mr. Hill went to work full-time with the LaGrange Police Department in 1996. During his first year, Mr. Hill was assigned as the Acting Shift Supervisor and was later promoted to Sergeant. He also served on the Lenoir County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council until 2000.
In August 2002, Mr. Hill went to work with the Pinetops Police Department and was promoted to Detective and then Lieutenant where he served as the department’s Assistant Chief. Mr. Hill was assigned as the department’s Training Officer and Firearms Instructor.
In 2006, Mr. Hill moved to Raleigh where he began to work with the Raleigh/Wake City-County Bureau of Identification. CCBI is an agency that is tasked with performing all of the forensics services within Wake County and all of its municipalities to include crime scene investigations, drug and alcohol toxicology, latent examination and forensic computer examination. Mr. Hill currently serves as a Supervisor in the Investigation Division.
In 2015, Mr. Hill graduated from the Administrative Officer Management Program at North Carolina State University.
Mr. Hill is certified as a Certified Senior Crime Scene Analyst through the International Associations of Identification, as a General Law Enforcement Instructor with the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission and as a certified Specialized Firearms Instructor with the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission.
Mr. Hill has served on several different committees including the Audit Committee with the North Carolina Chapter of the International Association of Identification, the Criminal Justice Advisory Committee with ECPI and is currently serving on the Crime Scene Certification Committee with the North Carolina Chapter of the International Association of Identification.
Mr. Hill has received the Trilogy Award from the FBI-LEEDA and has received his Advance Law Enforcement Certification from the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission.