> Perfect example, this guy is judicially impaired,
> contest every ticket, every arrest.
> Mason Police Create LGBTQ Liaison Officer
> September 9, 2011
> By Daniel Walsch
> Officer Michael Guston. Mason Gazette photo
> Officer Michael Guston of University Police has
> been named as its new liaison to Mason’s
> lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and
> questioning (LGBTQ) community. The position was
> established to enhance the relationship between
> the police department and the community.
> “We believe the appointment of officer Guston as
> our official liaison to the LGBTQ community is an
> important step forward in opening up a formal line
> of communication to this community,” says Major
> George Ginovsky.
> Ginovsky says Guston will work closely with the
> Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and
> Questioning Resources, which is part of University
> Life’s multicultural education and research
> Guston has been a member of Mason’s University
> Police Department since November 2010. Prior to
> joining Mason, Guston served nine years with the
> Fairfax County Police Department, where he worked
> as a patrol officer, a domestic violence detective
> and a patrol sergeant.
> He also served for 11 years with the Culver City
> Police Department in Los Angeles as a reserve
> police officer and two years with the Maricopa
> County Sheriff’s Office in Phoenix as a reserve
Somebody should really ask why a Sgt with Fairfax County Police would resign to go work with GMU PD. Lets see how long before an answer gets posted.