John Hambrick has called Nevada home since retiring from a distinguished career in Federal law enforcement that spanned almost three decades. John served on the Presidential Protection Detail of the United States Secret Service and spent six years as an agent for the Immigration and Naturalization Service, eventually heading the agency’s criminal prosecutions for Washington D.C. Field Office.
Following his tenure with the INS John worked in the Federal Inspector’s General office, combating fraud in Federal agencies including the Department of Defense, Commerce, Housing and Urban Development, Environmental Protection and Veterans Affairs.
John has led investigations of contract fraud, mortgage fraud, workers compensation violations and breaches of public integrity. In 2003 he was named Chief Investigator for the Nevada Board of Osteopathic Medicine, where he was in charge of investigating medical malpractice.
Throughout his adult life John has been active in civic and community matters. He has been involved with promoting youth athletics through Little League baseball for more than 30 years and is a past president of Summerlin Little League. John was appointed to the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court Citizens Advisory Council has served on the Storm Water Management Board and the Nevada Supreme Court’s Commission on Juvenile Justice Reform. He also served on the Clark County Citizens Review Board and is Past Chairman and current member of the Nevada Juvenile Justice Commission.
John is a past Chairman of the Clark County Republican Party and has worked on the campaigns of such Republican leaders as Congressman Jon Porter and former Nevada Attorney General and now Governor Brian Sandoval.
He was elected to the Nevada Legislature in 2008 and had the honor of being elected Speaker of the Assembly in 2015.
John and his wife Nancy were married in 1966. They have a son John, daughter Laura and son-in-law Mark Sullivan.