Chief Gene Harris

Gene is a former Marine and current law enforcement professional with 29 years of progressively responsible experience adept at directing individual and team achievements towards overall organizational goals. 
Gene is currently the police chief of a full-service municipal police department and possesses advanced, supervisory, management, and executive POST Certificates. He has successfully completed several professional and academic endeavors specific to organizational management and leadership, and is a demonstrated critical thinker with strong interpersonal and leadership skills forged through the crucible of critical incident management and contemporary law enforcement operations. 

He has created advanced lesson plans and course curriculum and has developed expertise in adult learning methods for academic, professional, and personal development.

Gene has is the author of “The Zero Stress Zone” (Health & Wellness, ISBN 9781434332516, Author House, Indianapolis, IN. 2007), “No, We’re Not All Alike,” Op-ed Article, Published, 2001, Police Beat Magazine and “Danger Fleeing Suspect, Danger” CC #51, Futures Article, accepted 2012, Police Chief Magazine.

Gene's instructional experience includes:
  • Master Instructor – P.O.S.T. Law Enforcement Curriculum Development
  • Instructor - California Community College Adjunct Faculty, Administration of Justice
  • Facilitator - Edmund G. ‘Pat’ Brown Institute of Community Policing and Developing Community Partnerships
  • Facilitator - Simon Wiesenthal Museum of Tolerance “Tools for Tolerance” Program
  • Instructor - HSS Inc. Active Shooter
  • Instructor – Police Use of Force/Force Report
Gene Harris

Gene Harris