SME: Supervision & Management
Active Shooter Response
Basic and Advanced Firearms Techniques

Degree: Bachelors of Science Criminal Justice

Area of Study: Public Administration, Criminal Justice

Professional Membership: International Association of Chiefs of Police
International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors
Fraternal Order of Police

Gregory S. (Gregg) Jordan is a highly decorated police officer who has over 32 years of law enforcement, military & private security experience in the United

States and the Middle East.  Jordan began his career as a Deputy Sheriff in Georgia in 1981, and has risen through the ranks in each organization where he has served. Gregg also serves as a training consultant for Law Enforcement, Military and Private Security Organizations in the areas of Supervision & Management, Training Program Development & Management and Active Shooter Response.  Gregg attained the position of Chief with the Civilian Police Assistance Training Team while serving in Iraq with the US Department of Justice’s International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program and the US State Department’s Bureau of International Narcotics & Law Enforcement.  As a veteran in law enforcement, Gregg possesses extensive leadership and supervisory experience. He provides expertise in Executive Level Management and Front Line Supervision, Training Program Development and Management and all aspects of Firearms Instruction.   Over the course of his distinguished career, he has held assignments in   Communications, Corrections, Uniform Patrol, Criminal Investigations, Narcotics, Internal Affairs, SWAT and Training. Gregg has successfully served as the director of multiple Police Academies, as  “start up” projects and to correct those that were not functioning at an acceptable level.  He has also served as an Instructional Consultant for Georgia State University.  He was awarded The Joint Civilian Service Commendation Medal for his achievements in Iraq training members of the Iraqi Police Service.  He is a program graduate from The Southern Police Institute at The University of Louisville and holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.  Gregg is pursuing a Masters degree in Public Administration and maintains an active law enforcement certification.