Meet The Officers

Officer Larry Crawford is a 10-year veteran of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police. Since October 2014, Officer Crawford has served as a Community Resource Officer (CRO) at Zone One, which serves the North Side neighborhoods. As a CRO, Officer Crawford attends community meetings, assists the community with problem solving and participates in other initiatives that help build and maintain positive relationships. He has served the Bureau of Police as a Patrol Officer in Zone One area since 2005. A native of Southwestern Pennsylvania and a graduate of Greensburg Salem High School in Greensburg, PA, Officer Crawford graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Sergeant Christina Davison is a 21-year veteran of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police currently serving as a supervisor at the Zone 1. Her duties include evaluating assigned officers, scheduling training and coordinating work activities and assignments. She has also been a firearms Instructor since 1997 and is a member of the Flood Response Unit. Prior to 2007, Sgt. Davison worked as a patrol officer in the Hill District and Southside. She has also served as a field trainer, guiding new officers in preparation as a patrol officer. Sgt. Davison was a detective in the Narcotics and Vice Unit and has worked as a Community Oriented Police officer in Arlington Heights. A Pittsburgh native, Sgt. Davison graduated from South High School.
Master Patrol Officer Michael L. Gay, Sr. is a 21-year veteran of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police, currently serving as the Community Resource Officer at Zone 5. He is tasked with fostering cooperative relationships with the community. He also assists with training new police recruits in safe driving tactics. Officer Gay assists the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police Youth Programs Section with the annual Cops and Kids Summer Camp. He has also worked at Zone 2. He is active with the Steel City Enforcers Law Enforcement Softball Team that raises money for families of officers who lost their lives in the line of duty. Officer Gay is a lifelong resident of Garfield and a proud graduate of Peabody High School. He volunteers as a coach for the Garfield Youth Sports Organization and the Greater Pittsburgh Softball Association.