Lieutenant Greene

Lieutenant Greene joined the Tustin Police Department as a Police Officer in 1995 after serving for seven years as a Cadet, Police Service officer and Police Officer with the Westminster Police Department.


During his 23-year career with the Department, he has worked a number of special assignments including as a detective in Special Investigations, training officer, and a field training officer. Lieutenant Greene cherishes the relationships he has built with the members of the Police Department, City Departments, and the Community. In 2006, Lieutenant Greene was awarded the Medal of Valor. He was selected as Supervisor of the Year for 2013 and 2014.


Lieutenant Greene was promoted to Sergeant in 2006, and spent six and a half years as a Patrol Sergeant. In 2012, Lieutenant Greene was selected as the Traffic Supervisor, which allowed him to develop new skills and increase his contribution to the agency. In addition to his regular duties, Lieutenant Greene was also a coordinator for the First Aid and CPR staff, the Reserve staff, and the scheduling supervisor.


In 2015, Lieutenant Green was promoted to Lieutenant and served as the Administrative Lieutenant who is responsible for technology and special projects. During this assignment, Lieutenant Greene implemented the department's use of body-worn cameras.


Lieutenant Greene currently serves as the South Area Commander. In this position, he is responsible for managing all policing activities in Tustin south of the I-5 freeway. He also is responsible for the department's K-9 Program and Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Team.


Lieutenant Greene is currently pursuing his Bachelor Degree at California Coast University. He is also a graduate of the California POST Supervisory Leadership Institute (SLI), Police Officer Standard and Training Management Course and California Police Chiefs Executive Leadership Institute at Drucker.


In his spare time, Lieutenant Green enjoys spending time with his family and outdoor activities.