Robin Hoey is the Commander at the Narcotics and Special Investigations Division (NSID) at the Metropolitan Police Department. As part of the Investigative Services Bureau, Commander Hoey oversees the Division that is responsible for the investigation and disruptions of drug/narcotics trafficking, firearms trafficking offenses, and prostitution and human trafficking offenses in the District of Columbia.
Previous to his current position, Commander Hoey served in the Seventh District for three years before being transferred to NSID.
Commander Robin Hoey joined the Metropolitan Police Department in 1985. After graduating from the Metropolitan Police Academy, Commander Hoey was assigned to the Fifth District. After two years of patrol duty, Commander Hoey was transferred to the Morals Division where he worked in the Narcotics Task Force. In 1988, Hoey was promoted to Sergeant and assigned to the Special Operations Division, Emergency Response Team. In 1993, Hoey was assigned to the First District, Vice Enforcement Unit until he was later promoted to Lieutenant.
In 1995, Hoey returned to the Special Operations Division, Emergency Response Team as a Lieutenant and platoon leader. He has held assignments in the Major Crash Unit, Special Investigation Division and the Office of Youth Violence Prevention. Commander Hoey served as the Commander of the Sixth District until his reassignment to Corporate Support Bureau. Later Hoey was transferred to the School Safety Division and most recently served as the Field Commander in the Patrol Support Division.
Commander Hoey was selected to be inducted into the Chowan University Hall of Fame. Commander Hoey is a graduate of Chowan College in Murfreesboro, North Carolina and the American University in Washington, DC.