Administration

Assistant Chief of Police Greg Wilkerson

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WIlkerson
Assistant Chief, Greg Wilkerson, was born in Arlington, Texas.  Before his career in law enforcement, he served as a volunteer firefighter for the cities of Venus and Mansfield. After working for the Texas Department of Corrections (Venus Unit) for a year, he began his career with the Richardson Police Department in 1991.  Greg served in the following areas at RPD: Patrol Division, Bicycle Unit, Crime Prevention Unit, and the Criminal Investigations Division.  He served as a Field Training Officer, Patrol Sergeant and Detective Sergeant.  As a Detective Sergeant, he supervised detectives that investigated White Collar Crime, Crimes Against Persons, and Burglary and Theft offenses. He also served as Department Coordinator for the Law Enforcement Torch Run, which benefits Special Olympics Texas.  He has been a volunteer with Special Olympics since 1994. 

Assistant Chief Wilkerson left law enforcement for a brief period to pursue a career in the private sector where he served as the Director of Operations for a private security company in Dallas from 2006 to 2008.  His responsibilities included the supervision and management of over 60 employees, budgeting, and training.

Greg returned to law enforcement in 2008 and he previously served as the Support Services Lieutenant and Assistant Chief of Police with the Little Elm Police Department.  As the Lieutenant he was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Criminal Investigations Division, Records Division, Community Services Unit, Property and Evidence, and Animal Services.  He was nominated for “Officer of the Year” in December 2008. As the Assistant Chief, he served as second in command and provided oversight of the Operations and Support Services Divisions.  He was responsible for preparing and maintaining the department budget and grant management.  He was also responsible for the implementation of policies and procedures and ensuring consistency and fairness in the disciplinary process.  He also provided oversight in LEPD’s quest to successfully seek accreditation though the Texas Police Chief’s Best Practices Recognition Program.

Greg previously served as a Captain and now currently serves as the Assistant Chief of Police for the Corinth Police Department where he is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the police department.  He serves as second in command and provides oversight of the Operations and Support Services Divisions. He assists with the budgetary process, the implementation of policies and procedures and helps to ensure the disciplinary process remains fair and impartial.  He was the recipient of the “Chief’s Sworn Award” in 2009 and again in 2014 for his dedication, commitment and service to the Corinth Police Department.

Greg graduated from the Texas A&M Police Academy in Arlington, Texas in 1990.  He holds a Master Peace Officer Certificate from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE).  He has over 2600 hours of professional police training. He is a 2003 graduate of the Institute for Law Enforcement Administration and a 2010 graduate of the FBI National Academy. He holds a Bachelor Degree in Organizational Leadership in Criminal Justice from Mountain State University.


Lieutenant Jimmie Gregg

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Jimmie Gregg
Jimmie Gregg was appointed to the position of Lieutenant in August 2011. Lieutenant Gregg's current assignment as the Support Services Commander tasks him with the responsibility of managing Criminal Investigations, School Resource Officers and Animal Control.  Lieutenant Gregg has also served as the Administrative Sergeant to the Chief of Police, training coordinator, community services, citizen police academy coordinator, internal affairs, background investigator, and Texas Police Chiefs Association Best Practices Program Manager. Lieutenant Gregg has 14 years of law enforcement experience, 10 of which have been as a supervisor. He is a graduate of the 59th Law Enforcement Management of Texas Leadership Command College. He was voted Supervisor of the Year in 2005, 2006, and 2008 and most recently received the Chief’s Sworn Award for 2010. Lieutenant Gregg is proud to be a long time member of this community and he welcomes the opportunity to serve the citizens of Corinth and Shady Shores. He invites you to come by and visit with him, or call and email him with any questions or concerns you may have. 


Lieutenant Kevin Tyson

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Lieutenant Kevin TysonKevin Tyson was appointed to the position of Lieutenant in June 2015. Lieutenant Tyson's current assignment as the Field Operations Commander tasks him with the responsibility of managing four patrol shifts, the traffic unit and the administration of the Field Training Program. Lieutenant Tyson has also served as the Administrative Sergeant to the Chief of Police, training coordinator, SWAT Team Leader, community services, citizen police academy coordinator, internal affairs, background investigator, firearms instructor, Patrol Sergeant, and Investigator.  Lieutenant Tyson is a graduate of the 60th Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas Leadership Command College.   Lieutenant Tyson has over 23 years of law enforcement experience, with over 16 years of that as a supervisor. He was voted Supervisor of the Year in 2004 and 2010 and 2016. Lieutenant Tyson received the Chief's Award in 2013. Lieutenant Tyson has lived in the community since 1977.   Lieutenant Tyson welcomes your feedback, comments, questions and concerns.