Nonn made the announcement Friday and says he feels honored to be added to the board of directors. He was appointed to the Major Case Squad in 1980, and by 1986, he was promoted to the rank of deputy commander. He retired in 2000 after he was elected to the county coroner’s office. He describes his former years in Major Case Squad as some of the “proudest” he’s ever served in his law enforcement career.
“I was a member for nearly 20 years. Once I was off, I always missed it. I thought that if I could ever somehow get back and be able to serve in some capacity that I would love to do that. The opportunity arose. My name was put into nomination; they accepted it and I was thrilled,” Nonn said. “It’s like I’m back on it again. Although I’m not investigating cases, I believe so much in the quality of that organization, the effectiveness of that organization.”
Nonn says Major Case Squad has an impressive record, clearing over 80 percent of cases assigned to the organization.
According to his press release, the board of directors primarily oversees the business of the squad, sets policy and assures that the squad’s future remains on course as a premier law enforcement investigative entity.