Karl Ulbrich retired from the New Jersey State Police on July 1, 2012, after a successful and decorated 25 year career. During his career, he gained extensive expertise in the field of criminal investigations, interviewing and courtroom testimony while serving in State Police road stations, the prestigious Major Crime Unit, as a supervisory member of the Attorney General’s Shooting Response Team, and in the Official Corruption Bureau. He retired as an acting Lieutenant, supervising the Official Corruption South Unit, where he conducted and oversaw corruption related investigations occurring in the southern half of the state. He gained extensive experience in the investigation of offenses committed by public employees and elected officials and in the ultimate litigation of these cases. Upon retirement in 2012, he formed Ulbrich Associates, LLC. He has continued to successfully apply his investigative skills and his insight to the benefit of his clients in the private sector. His list of clients includes municipal governments, school boards, private companies, law firms, security firms, consulting firms and individuals.
William Scull retired from the New Jersey State Police on January 1, 2016, after a successful and decorated 27 year career. During his career, Bill gained extensive expertise in the field of criminal investigations, interviewing and courtroom testimony while serving in State Police road stations, the prestigious Major Crime Unit, as a supervisory member of the Attorney General’s Shooting Response Team, and in the Office of Professional Standards. Bill retired as a Captain and the Executive Officer of the Office of Professional Standards, where he oversaw all administrative and criminal internal investigations involving sworn members of the New Jersey State Police. Bill was instrumental in establishing the current New Jersey State Police Internal Affairs policies and he teaches Internal Affairs Investigation Training and Interviewing for the New Jersey State Police to both new and experienced investigators.
William Gant retired from the New Jersey State Police on December 1, 2019, after a very successful career. He brings with him a great depth of experience, having served in various NJSP units and also as a municipal police officer before joining the NJSP. Bill retired as a Lieutenant and the supervisor of the Special Investigations Unit in the Casino Gaming Bureau where he oversaw strategic investigations and financial crimes investigations within the casino industry.