Randall H. Carroll
Chief of Police, Ret.
Randall Carroll retired as Chief of Police from the Bellingham (Washington) Police Department in January 2008. He began serving the department in 1977, and was the Chief for eight years. Over the course of his career, Mr. Carroll worked locally, nationally and internationally on law enforcement policy development, law enforcement cultural change and education. He has been involved in a number of international law enforcement exchanges including travel to Israel, Germany, France, and England to discuss terrorism and counter terrorist tactics. He also traveled to Russia to promote information exchange agreements.
Within his own community, Mr. Carroll has served on the Bellingham Whatcom County Commission Against Domestic Violence for eight years, including a term as Commission President in 2007. He was President of the Washington Association of Sheriffsf and Police Chiefs 2006 to 2007 and Chair of the Law Enforcement Executive Forum. While Chief of Police, he was appointed to the Washington State Interoperability Executive Committee.
Mr. Carroll is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, and was a member of The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Executive Committee for six years, and past Chair of the Private Sector Liaison Committee. Mr. Carroll currently serves as a consultant to the IACP, is a member of the IACP National Law Enforcement Policy Center and is senior faculty for the National Leadership Institute on Violence Against Women. Mr. Carroll is a member of the Washington State Attorney Generalfs Office Domestic Violence Advisory Group and the Bellingham/Whatcom County Commission Against Domestic Violence, Family Justice project. Mr. Carroll is the Past President of the Board of Directors for Womencare Shelter of Whatcom County, Washington.
Mr. Carroll is President of PROFECTUS, LLC, a company that provides consultation and training to law enforcement agencies and executives on issues related to violence against women, and organizational culture and change.