Hill Promoted to Inspector of Second District
LANSING, MICH. - The Michigan State Police (MSP) is pleased to announce the promotion of D/F/Lt. Darryl Hill to the rank of inspector and assistant commander of the Second District.
In his new position, Hill is responsible for assisting in the delivery of investigative and uniformed MSP services to 3 counties in southeast Michigan. These services include traffic patrols, criminal investigations, emergency services, staffing for multijurisdictional task forces, and special investigative units.
Hill enlisted with the department in 1989, graduating as a member of the 105th Trooper Recruit School. During his 22-year career with the department, Hill has served in positions at the Niles, Detroit, Flat Rock and Metro South posts, as well as Second District Headquarters. In addition, Hill most recently served as the section commander of the Western Wayne Criminal Investigations task force. Hill has held the ranks of trooper, detective sergeant, lieutenant, and detective first lieutenant. Hill is a veteran of the United States Army, which includes service during Operation Desert Storm.
Hill holds a bachelor's degree in management, is a graduate of the Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command and the 231st Session of the FBI National Police Academy in Quantico, Va.