About Deputy Chief Keven Gray
Keven Gray was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. Deputy Chief Gray graduated from Baltimore City College High School before entering the Maryland State Police academy in 1979. Deputy Chief Gray has worked tirelessly in the field of Law Enforcement and Security for over 34 years gaining the respect and admiration of his co-workers and peers. He retired from the Maryland State Police at the rank of Major, is the former Deputy Chief of Special Operations for Amtrak Police, and former Chief Operating Officer for Baltimore City College High School. Gray is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University with a Bachelor's Degree in Leadership and a Master’s Degree in Management, and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and the Boston University Senior Management Institute for Police Executives.
Deputy Chief Gray is a Martin Luther King Champion of Courage award recipient for his work with Baltimore City's Youth. Additionally, he has received the Governor’s Citation for his dedicated work with at risk children. He was inducted into the Baltimore City College High School Hall of Fame. Deputy Chief Gray currently resides in Western Baltimore County with his wife and two daughters.