Mr. William B. Sarvis Jr.is the Executive Director of the Corporate Support Bureau. His responsibilities include; oversight of the Medical Services Division, General Services Division, Public Business Services Division, and the Fleet Management Division.
The Corporate Support Bureau facilitates distribution and coordination of all support related services and records oversight for the Metropolitan Police Department.
Mr. Sarvis is a former police officer who came into the agency in 1972 as a police cadet. In 1974 Mr. Sarvis was converted to a police officer where he quickly rose up through the ranks. During his long tenure with the agency he held various positions from Sergeant to Assistant Chief. He commanded the First District where they realized a significant reduction in crime throughout his tenure there. In 1997 Mr. Sarvis optionally retired from the Metropolitan Police Department as an Assistant Chief of Police assigned to the then Technical Services Bureau.
For the next 14 fourteen years Mr. Sarvis worked as a consultant to the Fraternal Order of Police Labor Union assisting with an assortment of labor issues and was uniquely involved with contract negotiations during that time period. He also represented members at arbitration, mediation, and Retirement Board Proceedings.
In April 2011 and for the next 6 years Mr. Sarvis was appointed as a civilian Director at the Police and Fire Clinic. He was designated the Contract Administrator (CA) where he oversaw management of the $15 million dollar contract and was responsible for day to day operations of the Police and Fire Clinic.
Mr. Sarvis holds an Associate’s Degree in Public Administration, Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, and a Master’s Degree in Behavioral Science from Johns Hopkins University. He is also a graduate of the FBI Academy in Quantico Virginia.