Juan Cloy

Fight Crime: Invest in Kids Mississippi Project Director

Juan Cloy is a former veteran police chief and police officer of 20 years, with 9 of the years assigned to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Safe Streets Task Force. He holds an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice, a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice and Correctional Services and is currently in his final semester of achieving a Master’s Degree in Criminology. He has experience working in the largest police department in Mississippi in patrol, background investigations, street-level narcotics, robbery/homicide, major investigations and union president. While on the FBI’s Task Force, he investigated large-scale narcotics operations, bank robberies, home invasions, high profile homicides, electronic communication crimes and public corruption.

Juan served as President of his department’s union for 9 years fighting for officer benefits, fair treatment and bridging the gap between the community and law enforcement.

He has expertise in leadership training, group intelligence skills, interpersonal communications, public and media relations, and collaborations with federal, local and state law enforcement as well as community and faith-based organizations.