Sergeant Bill Jennings is a recently retired from the Salem Police Department. He currently holds a private investigator license from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Sergeant Jennings has 39 years of law enforcement experience, 32 in which he was a policeman with the city of Salem, Mass.
For 23 years, he served as a detective, assigned to the criminal investigation division where he worked high profile cases including murders, sexual assaults, robberies and narcotic investigations. Later in his career, he headed the Special Response Unit. This pro-active group concentrated on street level narcotics as well as crimes associated with the use of narcotics.
Sergeant Jennings was very active in the Salem Police Patrolmen’s Association, a member of Mass C.O.P. AF of L CIO, where he served as Vice President for many years. He is also certified in crisis intervention where he participates in debriefings on critical incidents with first responders. Sergeant Jennings felt obligated to assist police officers in need after his own experiences with cases throughout his years in law enforcement. Sergeant Jennings has been an tremendous advocate for V.I.P.O and all permanently injured police officers.