Greg McCurdy is a retired law enforcement professional who had an illustrious career with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, where served for just over 30 years. He served in a variety of assignments and rose through the ranks to retire as the Assistant Sheriff of the Homeland Security and Law Enforcement Investigations Group. He is a Graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigations National Academy Class 197 and he participated in two executive leadership level programs at Harvard University; the Senior Executives in State and Local Government and the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative Programs. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications Studies from the University of Nevada at Las Vegas.
He currently serves a Senior Advisor focusing on FirstNet built with AT&T, and other public safety technologies. He was previously the National Football League Consulting Security Representative for Las Vegas. He served the NFL for just over 4 seasons. During those 4 years, he was on the Super Bowl security planning team (My area of focus was the On Location Experience Hospitality events), the Draft security planning team and performed stadium security audits. Prior to his opportunity with the NFL, McCurdy served as a senior subject matter expert assessing and advising police departments on how to address critical issues on the frontlines of policing such as use of force, bias-based policing, internal investigations, patrol staffing, training, and sustainable community policing program development. Deliverables included: independent assessments of police department operations, collaboration with and developing community partnerships and information-sharing, community-oriented policing strategies, the development and application of crime-reduction strategies, conducting constitutional/bias-based policing audits and assessments, and implementation of early warning systems. .
He is a proud native of Las Vegas, Nevada. He enjoys traveling the world to immerse in the different cultures and their amazing foods.