Fourth District Commander Randy Griffin
Randy Griffin was promoted to Commander for the Fourth District in March 2018.
Prior to leading the Fourth District, Commander Griffin served as captain of the Third District where he was responsible for analyzing crime patterns, developing strategies to combat crime and addressing community concerns.
Commander Griffin also served as Lieutenant for the Fifth District where he developed and implemented several PSA-specific crime plans which resulted in the reduction of both violent crimes and property crimes.
Commander Griffin has also supervised the Corporate Support Bureau’s Firearm Examination Section where he prepared and reviewed grant proposals and supervised the collection, processing, and storage of firearms and evidence, and presented quarterly firearm investigation reports to the Metropolitan Police Department’s command staff.
Commander Griffin graduated from Morgan State University in May 1996 and began his career with MPD as a Fourth District patrol officer in 2001.
Over the course his career, Commander Griffin has received numerous trainings and certifications and manages to find time to volunteer within his community as an AAU basketball coach.