Throughout his public service career and most recently following his retirement, Gregory has been a requested keynote speaker at law enforcement academies and collegiate graduation ceremonies, corporate trainings, association conventions and seminars, high school and college career days,and many other professional and community events. Requested topics of discussion have included the following: Government Operations, Success in the Workplace, Identity Theft, Active Shooter Response, Interviewing and Hiring Techniques as well as Management Training.

In addition to his formal education and training, Gregory has taught at various law enforcement academies throughout the State of Nevada on topics such as Interviewing and Interrogation, Courtroom Testimony, Human Trafficking, Managing All Generations Within the Workplace, and Proper Investigative Techniques.

Policy Creations

Gregory recently retired as the Assistant Director/Chief of Staff of the Clark County (Las Vegas) District Attorney’s Office. There he directly supervised the operations of the Victim Witness, Information Technology, Finance, Bad Check and Human Resources Units. During his tenure, Gregory oversaw and conducted internal investigations related to policy violations of approximately 750 union and non-union staff. Those staff members included attorneys, peace officers, computer analysts and other legal support personnel. In addition, he served as an overseer and member of the Labor/Management, Policy Creation, Strategic Planning and Contract Negotiation Teams.

Prior to his time at the Clark County District Attorney’s Office, Gregory was employed at the Nevada Office of the Attorney General for approximately twenty-one years. There he was appointed as the first non-attorney in the history of the office to serve as the Chief of Staff. The staff of approximately 400 employees, operated in the cities of Las Vegas, Carson City, Reno and Tonopah. Staff was comprised of attorneys, criminal investigators, compliance investigators, computer forensic specialists and support personnel. His duties entailed strategic planning; policy creation, enforcement and implementation; overseeing internal employee investigations; and the hiring and firing of all personnel.


During his 17 year law enforcement career in the Nevada Office of the Attorney General, Gregory promoted from the ranks of Criminal Investigator, to Senior Investigator, to Deputy Chief Investigator and finally to that of Chief of Investigations. Gregory supervised and carried a caseload in the unit charged with investigating State of Nevada Employees who were alleged to have been involved in criminal activity, during the course and scope of their employment. Those activities included but were not limited to allegations of theft, forgery, sexual assault, oppression under the color of law and many other violations. In addition, Gregory oversaw and assisted in the management of the following Criminal Investigation Units: Cyber Crime, Insurance, Workers’ Compensation, Missing Children, Tobacco Compliance, Medicaid and Mortgage Fraud. In addition to criminal investigations, Gregory also supervised and assisted with investigations related to civil and personnel matters, both within and outside the Office of the Attorney General.

Prior to his employment at The Nevada Office of the Attorney General, Gregory worked on the Anti-Terrorism Team as a Sensitive Assignment Specialist at the Nevada Nuclear Test Site Facility. There he received the Department of Energy’s “Q” Clearance, equivalent to that of the Department of Defense “Top Secret” Clearance. He has obtained the following certifications as offered through the Nevada Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) Academy: Executive, Management, Advanced and Instructor Development.

Gregory’s associations, appointments and honors include Investigator of the Year, Fight Fraud Task Force Member, Governor’s Crime Commission Member, Judicial Selection Committee Member and Cyber Crime Task Force Member.

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