Stan Hall is a 32-year veteran of law enforcement and judicial systems. During that time, he has worked in all facets of law enforcement, starting as a patrolman in 1978. He has a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice, a POST Management Certificate and is a graduate of the 188th Session of the F.B.I. National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. Hall is currently assigned as the Director of the Victim Witness Program in the Gwinnett County District Attorney’s Office and prior to that he was the District Attorney’s investigative liaison for the Gwinnett County Multi-Agency Drug Task Force. He also spent five years as the lead investigator for the District Attorney's Child Protection Team. As well as holding the highest police management certification available in the state, Hall is an adjunct faculty member of the Northeast Georgia Police Academy, the Gwinnett Police Academy and the FBI National Academy and in 2002 was appointer by the governor as a board member of the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council. He has received awards for his service to victims and the community and is a frequent lecturer throughout the state on hate crimes, sex crimes and victims rights. He also hosts of the cable access television show “Behind the Bad” and writes a weekly “Behind the Badge” column. Hall has been with the Gwinnett County District Attorney’s Office since 1987.