Chief Daryl Green
Chief Daryl Green has been with the Lansing Police Department since 1997 and has worked through the ranks in order to be promoted to Captain in 2012.
Chief Green works tirelessly to manage over 200 sworn police officers and 60 civilian employees in the department. He has been instrumental in identifying strategic and practical issues while developing solutions and policies around public safety.
Chief Green has had experience supervising all major police divisions including Patrol, Investigations, Crime Analysis and Data Management, Staff Services, Administration, Police Finance Office, Undercover Narcotics Unit, Detention Unit, Property and Supply Unit, Special Tactics and Rescue Team (START), Internal Affairs, Dive Team, as well as Volunteer Unit (Victim Advocates and Capital Area Response Effort for Domestic Violence. Additionally, Green has acted as the Incident Commander and Law Enforcement Operations Chief for several major events in Lansing including protests, Silver Bells in the City and others.