Chuck L. WilsonCaptain, New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office, NC
Captain Wilson has been a member of the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office since 1996. He is currently serving as the Division Commander for the Support Services Division. He has previously served as the Assistant Division Commander for the Support Services Division and the Vice and Narcotics Division. Captain Wilson also served as the Internal Affairs Coordinator, the Emergency Response Team Commander, and as Patrol Supervisor.
Captain Wilson was a founding member of the Sheriff’s Peer Support Group and currently oversees the Peer Support Group as one of his collateral duties. The Peer Support Group coordinates post critical incident debriefings for law enforcement officers who have been involved in critical incidents.
During his career Captain Wilson has worked in the Custody Division, Civil Division, Patrol Division, Support Services Division, and the Narcotics Division. While in Patrol Division, Captain Wilson worked as a field training officer, a traffic deputy, and as an assistant street supervisor.
Captain Wilson has over 2,000 hours of law enforcement training. He completed the Administrative Officers Management Program (AOMP) at North Carolina State University’s School of Government in 2012. He is certified as a law enforcement instructor in North Carolina and enjoys teaching law enforcement officers about stress management, ethics, and leadership. Captain Wilson is a graduate of the FBI Nation Academy (class #258).
Captain Wilson is a United States Marine Corps veteran having received an honorable discharge for his service from 1990-1994 and again he received an honorable discharge for his Service from 2001-2004.