Robin Knapp is a former (veteran) USAF officer and retired Supervisory Special Agent/Special Agent with the U.S. Naval Criminal Investigative Service and has a total of 29 years of U.S. Government service with 27 years as a federal/military special agent. Commissioner Knapp was assigned to Camp Lejeune, NC., in 1990. He has worked intensely with local law enforcement jurisdictions during the course of his career and was heavily involved as a coach (baseball) for local youth programs and as an assistant coach (volunteer) for Jacksonville High School baseball. Commissioner Knapp is the recipient of the USAF Commendation Medal, USAF Achievement Medal, and many awards and superior performance/special act awards to include nomination as NCIS Special Agent of the year while assigned to NCIS. Commissioner Knapp spent 22 years of his NCIS career at Camp Lejeune, NC and retired in 2012.
Commissioner Knapp is married to Kelli Carter (Glynn) Knapp, who is a Family Therapist. Commissioner Knapp has a daughter, Renee and son, Gregory, two stepdaughters, Michaela and Maegan and one step-grandson, Kylan.
Commissioner Knapp received a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in International Affairs (Government) from Florida State University in 1983 and received a commission in the USAF Reserves in 1983. Commissioner Knapp is also the Past President of the Blue Knights Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club. He is currently serving as the Vice Chairman of the Board of Commissioners and the Chairman of the Onslow County Oversight Committee for the Dix Crisis Center.