Capt. Paul Gregg

  • Director of Law Enforcement, Maritime Security, and Defense Operations Policy
  • US Coast Guard

Captain Gregg works for the Assistant Commandant for Response Policy, under the Deputy Commandant for Operations Policy, at Coast Guard Headquarters. As the Director for Law Enforcement, Maritime Security, and Defense Operations Policy, he is responsible for policy development for multiple Coast Guard missions, including drug interdiction, migrant interdiction, fisheries enforcement, ports waterways and coastal security, as well as Coast Guard support to defense operations. Captain Gregg has served in the Coast Guard for nearly 30 years, including 10 years at sea, assigned to six ships and commanding three. Captain Gregg is a licensed Professional Engineer with both a BS and MS in Civil Engineering, as well as an MS in National Security Strategy from National Defense University.


  • Maritime Border Challenges

    Securing maritime borders is one of the most challenging problems facing border and associated agencies. Tens of thousands of kilometres of coastline. Thousands of secluded bays and river estuaries and inlets. Islands, islets, cliffs, beaches, marshlands and mangrove swamps. Busy ports and harbours. Numerous commercial and pleasure craft coming and going in conditions that can […]