Bill Evans is a retired Cook County sheriff’s police lieutenant. He served in varied positions during his 25-year career, most recently as the patrol division watch commander (north area). He’s served in the gang crimes unit, the hostage barricade terrorist team, the patrol division, the organized crime section and the police academy (as an instructor). He was also the co-chairman of the UASI Training and Exercise Committee, having been involved in the planning and execution of several full-scale training exercises, training seminars and table top exercises. During his time as a SWAT commander, he provided training and evaluation to various tactical teams and assisted in creating training programs for outside agencies.