Greg Morgan, MPS
Lieutenant, Los Angeles Police Department
INSTRUCTOR, M.S. IN LAW ENFORCEMENT & PUBLIC SAFETY LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
Greg Morgan is a Lieutenant with the Los Angeles Police Department and currently serves as a Platoon Leader in Metropolitan Division, Counter-Terrorism and Special Operations Bureau. In this role, he leads a team of Sergeants and Officers who provide specialized operational and investigative support across the city. Prior to this assignment, Lt. Morgan served as the Officer-in-Charge of a Gang Impact Team, comprised of Narcotics Enforcement, Gang Enforcement, and Gang Detectives. He has also served as a Watch Commander, Officer-in-Charge of a Gang Enforcement Unit, Detective, and Detective Supervisor. Lt. Morgan has significant experience in specialized leadership roles and a well balanced background between field operations and investigations.
Lt. Morgan holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of Chicago, a Master’s Degree in Homeland Security from George Washington University, and certificates in Risk Management and Leadership from Stanford University and Harvard University. He has taught extensively at the undergraduate and graduate levels in the fields of terrorism, criminology, victimology, and leadership. Lt. Morgan is a proud member of the LEPSL faculty team and values the program’s ability to share best practices in law enforcement that promote adaptability and professionalism in policing.