Deputy Chief J.L. Bing, Jr. began his law enforcement career at the Gwinnett County Police Department in August of 2006. He was assigned to the Uniform Division’s Central, West, and East Precincts. While assigned to the Uniform Division he obtained Intermediate and Advanced Certifications. He also became a Field Training Officer and was a member of the Crisis Intervention Team.
In 2013, he was assigned to the Criminal Investigation Division’s General Unit. He obtained his Basic Investigator’s Certification and continued his education while assigned to the unit. He obtained his Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice.
In 2014, he transferred to the Special Victim’s Unit where he found his passion for investigating crimes against society’s most vulnerable population (children and the elderly). He obtained his certifications for conducting Forensic Interviews (Child First) and investigating crimes against elderly and at-risk adults (A.C.T). In 2015, he accepted an additional challenge and attended the Georgia Bureau of Investigations (G.B.I) class for investigating Internet Crimes Against Children (I.C.A.C). He was assigned to the ICAC Task Force and assisted on numerous multi-jurisdictional investigations which resulted in numerous arrests.
In 2016, he was promoted to the rank of Corporal and returned to the Uniform Division to assist with training new recruits. While assigned to the Uniform Division, he obtained his Supervisory Certification.
In 2018, due to his specialized skill set, he returned to the Special Victims Unit to assist with investigations and train new detectives. He was only there for three months when he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and returned to the Uniform Division. While at the South and East precincts, he supervised and mentored numerous officers, some of whom followed in his footsteps and went to the Special Victims Unit to help victims.
In 2019, he transferred to the Training Unit and was assigned to the In-Service Unit. He was responsible for developing detailed lesson plans for GA POST mandatory training, teaching numerous GA POST courses, and coordinating the POST Instructor Course. In 2020, he became a Senior POST Instructor which qualified him to teach courses and teach others to teach courses. While assigned to Training, he completed the Management Course for his Management Certification. After only a few months in the Training Unit, he returned to the Special Victims Unit as a Sergeant. He supervised and trained numerous detectives while assigned to the unit. His duties included reviewing Cybertips from the GBI, assigning cases, and reviewing allegations of Child Abuse in collaboration with the Division of Family and Children’s Services (DFACS).
In 2021, he returned to the Uniform Division’s Central Precinct. While there he obtained his Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Charleston Southern University. He later transferred to the West Precinct. While working as a supervisor at the West Precinct, he developed a love for the City of Peachtree Corners. He often drove around responding to difficult calls and building a bond with the community. He responded to numerous high-profile events and was featured on A&E’s “The First 48” and the local news.
In 2022, he, along with his shift received the Officers of the Quarter from the City of Peachtree Corners due to the arrest of three suspects involved with a series of Armed Robberies. Dep. Chief Bing joined the City of Peachtree Corners in July 2023 and served as the Interim Chief from July until November 2023. Since joining the Peachtree Corners Marshal’s Office, he successfully completed Glock’s Armorer Course, making him a certified Glock Armorer. He also recently completed the Georgia Association Chiefs of Police Executive Course.