His responsibilities there were mostly in road patrol and responding to calls for service in some of the smaller towns and villages west of the City of Okeechobee. His curriculum there focused on the nature and causes of crime and delinquency, law and the legal system for juveniles and adults in society, and the decision processes of criminal justice agencies. Officer Mullen chose law enforcement for his career early in life because of his strong desire to interact with the public, assist members of society, provide awareness and education and, when necessary, enforcement. Coming to Juno Beach, Greg feels he will have more opportunities to work on community outreach programs and assist in various programs and law enforcement projects within the Town.
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Greg Mullen recently began at Clemson as interim associate vice president for public safety and chief of police within the Division of Student Affairs. Mullen had served as a consultant following his retirement as chief of police from —17 in Charleston, South Carolina. In all, he has 35 years of experience in law enforcement, including time in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Image Credit: Clemson University Relations. We recently caught up with Mullen to discuss his lengthy career in law enforcement, first impressions of Clemson and hobbies outside of work. Mullen: Clemson is a well-respected institution with a national brand. When I learned of this opportunity, I felt it was a perfect place for me to utilize all the education, training and experience that I had developed over my career. This newly created position would offer me the opportunity to guide daily operational matters and think strategically about the future of public safety at the university. At this stage of my career, my primary focus is on adding value to organizations, so they are prepared to face the safety and security challenges present in our environment and helping individual police officers reach their full potential. This position, in my view, allows me to meet those goals.
He was appointed to fill this role on an interim basis in May and was appointed to this role on a permanent basis at the conclusion of a national search to fill the position. Greg Mullen was named associate vice president for public safety and chief of police for Clemson University. He replaced Jami Brothers, who was named assistant vice president for security planning and business continuity in the Division of Student Affairs. During his tenure, the department significantly reduced violent crime, implemented innovative programs addressing intimate partner and family violence, launched successful youth enrichment programs, built strong community partnerships and enhanced technology capabilities.