|Riverbank Police Services Chief|
Chief Bill Pooley
Chief Pooley began his full-time career in law enforcement in 1990 with the Sonora Police Department. He was hired by the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department in 1994. He worked as a Patrol Deputy, Street Crimes Detective and as an Agent for the Stanislaus County Drug Enforcement Agency. Bill was promoted to Sergeant in 2005. As a Sergeant, he was assigned to supervise Patrol, The Central Valley HIDTA Drug Taskforce and Acted as the in Chief of Police for the City of Hughson. After being promoted to Lieutenant in 2007 he was assigned as a Patrol Watch Commander and now serves as the Chief of Police for Riverbank Police Services.
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