Danny C. Gregg is the elected trustee representing retired police officers of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD).
Mr. Gregg was appointed to MPD in 1971. During his 24-year career with MPD, Mr. Gregg’s duty assignments included Special Operations Division, First District, Sixth District, Communications Division, Recruiting, Court Liaison, and the Office of the Chief of Police under the administrations of Chief Maurice Turner, Chief Isaac Fulwood, and Chief Fred Thomas.
Mr. Gregg retired from MPD in 1995 as the inspector/director of the Office of Finance and Resource Management.
After retiring from MPD, Mr. Gregg was hired as the president & CEO of a federally charted credit union – Police Federal Credit Union (PFCU) - to provide contemporary financial services to federal, state and local law enforcement personnel and their families in the D.C metropolitan area (DMV).
In addition to the DCRB, Mr. Gregg serves as the chairman of the Board of Directors (BoD) for PFCU; the chairman of the BoD for the Dollard-Suter Family Fund; the Treasurer for the D.C. Metropolitan Police Memorial & Museum, Inc.; is a director of the BoD for the Credit Union Mortgage Association; and is a committee member of the Political Action and Legislative Committee for the Maryland and DC Credit Union Association.
Mr. Gregg studied Administration of Justice at American University; he graduated from the School of Business and Public Management at George Washington University; he graduated from the Senior Management Institute for Police Executives at Boston University; and Mr. Gregg graduated from the FBI National Academy at Quantico, Virginia.
Mr. Gregg’s term with the DCRB will end in 2025