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Bill Stetson joined the Chargers as Director of Security in 2012 after a 30-year career with the San Diego Police Department.
Stetson became a patrol officer for the SDPD in 1982 at the young age of 21 and rose through the ranks. He began his career at the Central Division, serving Downtown San Diego and Logan Heights areas. He also served as a SWAT officer before becoming a detective in 1989. He served on a variety of squads, including vice, narcotics and the Violent Crime Task Force. He later became a patrol sergeant and then a detective sergeant, where he served on internal affairs and homicide.
Stetson finished his career at the Department as a lieutenant in the Southeast Division where his final assignment was the gangs division.
Stetson was born in Sacramento, Calif., and attended Del Campo High School. He also attended Sacramento State before moving to San Diego and attending San Diego State. Bill and his wife Cyndi have a daughter, Kelli, and a son, Jackson. They reside in Escondido.