The Palm Beach Gardens Police Department's Investigations Bureau is comprised of personnel assigned to a variety of units responsible for the suppression, analysis, and investigation of criminal activity. The Bureau is supervised by Major Eduardo Guillen and three sergeants who manage the day-to-day operations for the Detective Unit, Crime Scene Unit, Crime Analysis, Property and Evidence, Internal Affairs, and the Tactical Crime Suppression Team - which includes members assigned to a variety of local, State and Federal task forces including the United States Marshals Service Florida Regional Fugitive Task Force.
Major Eduardo Guillen began his law enforcement career in 2000 with the City of Belle Glade Police Department in Florida. He spent three years with Belle Glade PD where he served as a senior patrol officer, field training officer and underwater recovery diver. Major Guillen then joined the Palm Beach Gardens Police Department in 2003 where he was promoted though the ranks of Sergeant, Captain, and then to his current rank of Major in 2016.
During his career, Major Guillen has been awarded Officer of the Year, a Life Saving Award and numerous community service awards. He has overseen Patrol Operations, Canine Operations, Gang Investigations, Professional Standards and Critical Incidents. Major Guillen has attended the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Florida Executive Development Seminar and Florida Atlantic University's Public Safety Leadership Course.
Currently, Major Guillen is assigned to oversee the Investigations Bureau. Major Guillen supervises the day-to-day operations for the Detective Unit, Crime Scene Unit, Crime Analysis, Internal Affairs and the Tactical Crime Suppression Team.