The celeb-friendly Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill popped up on our radar yesterday when he posted a photo of himself with Robert De Niro, who's in town filming "The War With Grandpa."
At first we were sort of focused on De Niro's stylish Crocs-and-bathrobe ensemble , but Hill's snappy vest caught our eye, too.
Turns out it's just one of the lawman's many sharp looks. The above image is one of dozens featured in posts on the sheriff's official, public Facebook page.
He wore this resplendent uniform to greet a visiting dignitary:
He donned academic regalia when representatives from the American Bible University conferred an honorary degree:
A visit to the Gold Dome called for dress blues:
When Shaquille O'Neal, one of his honorary sheriff's deputies, teamed up with Ring to install home security equipment in Clayton County, Hill showed up looking especially dapper:
And went with earth tones when comedian Dick Gregory visited:
He went kind of Miami Vice this one day:
Then there was the day he went as Batman:
And then one day this happened:
Hill, who alternately calls himself "The Crime Fighter" and "The High Sheriff" on his official, public Facebook page, has at times found himself tangled in legal woes.
In March, Channel 2 Action News reported on the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council’s decision to put Hill’s certification on probation for two years. The ruling does not affect his status as sheriff, it does require him to take new courses on firearms training and ethics, Channel 2 reported.
But Hill will never get crossways with the fashion police.
Even his dog has swag: