In 2018, Greg was approached by FBINAA Executive Director Howard Cook to assume the role of Director of Strategic Partnerships for the FBINAA. Greg accepted the position in August 2018 and served in that capacity until July 31st or 2021. Greg has been working with the Georgetown University’s ABLE Project since January 2021, providing assistance as an instructor and facilitator for their National Train-the-Trainer program. He recently joined the team at Heroes to continue the movement with active bystandership in the public safety profession.
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Greg Guiton is a retired captain and 34-year veteran of the Ocean City, Maryland Police Department. He began his career with the agency in 1984 when he was hired as police officer. He served in numerous Divisions throughout the Department and served in supervisory/management roles such as Commander of the Office of Professional Standards, Assistant Commander of the Patrol Division, Assistant Commander of the Administrative Division, and Commander of the Support Services Division in his final 6 years with the agency. Greg is a graduate of the 215th Session of the FBI National Academy and the 33rd Session of the Police Executive Research Forum’s Senior Management Institute for Police (S.M.I.P.). Greg has been a member of the Maryland/Delaware Chapter of the FBINAA since 2003 and served on the Chapter’s Executive Board from 2013 to 2018, serving as the Chapter President in 2016.