Candidates for Utah State University police chief will be on campus this week (May 20-24) to give presentations Tuesday and Wednesday.
Earl Morris, who recently served as the director of public safety for Brigham Young University Hawaii, will speak Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Merrill-Cazier Library, Room. 101.
A presentation by Kevin Gillilan, the current chief of police at the University of North Alabama, will begin Wednesday at 9 a.m. also at the Merrill-Cazier Library.
Morris retired as the colonel of the Utah Highway Patrol and the deputy commissioner for law enforcement with the Utah Department of Public Safety. Earlier in his career, served as the deputy assistant administrator for the Transportation Security Administration where he oversaw the security at the 452 U.S. Airports. He earned a master’s in Economics and Human Resource Management from Utah State University.
Gillilan holds a bachelor’s in criminal justice, a master’s in justice administration and a doctorate of business administration in criminal justice.He has served as a sworn member of the law enforcement community for 24 years in a variety of supervisory roles including chief of police, captain, lieutenant, sergeant, and investigator.