William “Bill” Loucks Jr

Bill LoucksĀ has 20 years of law enforcement experience. He retired from the Metro Nashville Tennessee Police Department in August 2018. Bill spent 13 of his 15 1/2 years with Metro PD working as a gang and narcotics detective. Throughout his time with Metro PD, Bill had written more than 800 search warrants and been involved in more than 1000 search warrant executions. He has been the affiant on and taken part in multiple T-III (wiretap) cases. Bill is experienced in functioning undercover in both gang and drug-related cases. Bill has also testified in Nashville Davidson County, TN, Criminal, General Sessions, and Juvenile Courts as a subject matter expert in clandestine labs and gangs.

Bill then spent four years as a full-time instructor for the North Carolina Department of Justice-Justice Academy (NCJA) in Edneyville where he instructed gang and narcotics-related courses. Bill still serves at the NCJA as an adjunct instructor. Bill has instructed more than 10,000 individuals on controlled substances, gangs, and human trafficking.

Bill is currently the North Carolina senior investigator for Hope For Justice, where he conducts human trafficking investigations for a non-governmental organization (NGO). He is also an associate board member for the International Narcotics Interdiction Association (INIA).

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