Lieutenant Bryan Morrison is currently the Operations Division Lieutenant where he oversees the Department's Patrol Division, bicycle team, honor guard team, field training program, citizen’s awareness academy, volunteer program, reserve program, and the Community Action Team, also known as CAT. Lieutenant Morrison joined the Auburn Police Department in 2016, after spending his first 18 years in law enforcement with the Sacramento Police Department.
In his 22 year career, Lieutenant Morrison has had the opportunity to work in several different assignments, including patrol services as an officer and sergeant, a Problem Oriented Policing Officer, as well as a SWAT team member and sniper. He also instructs the Police Department’s personnel in firearms, Emergency Vehicle Operations Course (EVOC), active shooter, room entries and tactics.
While away from the workplace, Lieutenant Morrison enjoys the outdoors including camping, running, biking, snowboarding, boating, and wakeboarding. Additionally, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends, and traveling.
Lieutenant Morrison is currently attending the Sherman Block Supervisory Leadership Institute and has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from San Jose State University.