Major David Hill serves as Field Operations Division Commander for the LCSO and has focused his career on collaboration, community engagement, and data-driven, strategic crime reduction. He joined the Sheriff's Office in 2008 and has served in the Field Operations, Criminal Investigations, and Administrative and Technical Services Divisions. His notable assignments include Eastern Loudoun Station Commander; Administrative and Technical Services Assistant Division Commander; Ashburn Assistant Station Commander; Special Victims Unit Supervisor; and patrol supervisor. Additionally, he has served as a Crisis Intervention Team instructor and Search and Rescue Team member. He has participated in multiple law enforcement leadership, investigative, and tactical school programs, including graduations from the Professional Executive Leadership School (PELS) and the FBI-LEEDA Executive Leadership Institute. He earned a master’s degree in public administration with a concentration in Virginia and local government from the George Mason University Public Service Fellows Program, a master's degree in forensic psychology from Argosy University, and a bachelor's degree in diplomacy and foreign affairs from Miami University. He and his family live in Loudoun where he is an active soccer coach, scout leader, and guitar accompanist at his synagogue.