William Johnson

William, a graduate of Los Alamos High School, Western New Mexico University’s were he graduated with honors, earning a earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice Administration.   William also graduated from the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy, in Quantico, Virginia and has amassed over fifteen hundred hours of law enforcement training.   

During his law enforcement career, William served as a Special Investigator for the United States Department of Interior Forest Service.   In 1971, he accepted a position with the Grants Police Department, where he served as a Detective and Detective Sergeant, before being recruited by the Thirteenth Judicial District Attorney’s Office, to serve as their Lead Investigator.

In 1975, William returned to the Grants Police with the Rank of Captain and served the department until 1981, when he resigned as Deputy Chief, to become the Chief of Law Enforcement Services for the Acoma Indian Pueblo.   After leaving Acoma in 1986, William served as the Director of Law Enforcement Services for the Ramah Chapter of the Navajo Nation and assisted them in establishing “Home-Rule” law enforcement services through a 93-639 contract with the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.

For the past twenty-three years, William has directed S.O.A.R.S.’ efforts in providing tort claim investigation and adjusting services to a host of State, County and Municipal governmental entities, as well as select private businesses and attorneys.   William serves as S.O.A.R.S. president and General Manager.

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