Captain Gregory Guiton currently serves as the Commander of the Ocean City Police Department’s Support Services Division, a position he has held since his promotion to the rank of Captain in January 2012. In his position he oversees a staff of sworn and civilian employees working to accomplish numerous administrative tasks including central records, human resources, training and recruiting, and budget and grant management. He also manages the department’s tangible assets and support operations including arrest and detention, property and evidence, and equipment and supply.
A graduate of Mansfield University (formerly Mansfield State College), Captain Guiton began his career with the Ocean City Police Department in 1983 when he was hired as a Seasonal Police Officer. Since then he has worked in numerous divisions throughout the department and served in supervisory roles such as Commander of the Office of Professional Standards, Assistant Commander of the Patrol Division, and Assistant Commander of the Administrative Division.
Captain Guiton also serves on several specialty units within the department. He also teaches several courses at the Eastern Shore Criminal Justice Academy.
Throughout his career Captain Guiton has achieved numerous accomplishments. One of these being his graduation from the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy (215th Session) and the Police Executive Research Forum’s Senior Management Institute for Police (33rd Session).
Captain Guiton is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, the Maryland Association of Chiefs and the FBI National Academy Association. He currently serves on the Executive Board as the Sergeant at Arms for the Maryland-Delaware Chapter of the FBI National Academy Associations.
Captain Guiton is married, has two children and resides in Ocean Pines, Maryland.