Administration Bureau


Major Keith Eury 

Administration Bureau Commander

Phone: 704-920-5015


Major Eury is responsible for budget development and management, strategic planning, police facilities and fleet management, information technology, public relations (social media), and command the organizational components outlined below:

Major Keith Eury is a native of Concord, NC. He began his career in law enforcement in 1997. While attending college at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, he completed an internship with the Concord Police Department. Shortly before graduation, he received a college scholarship from the NC Police Corps program and the Concord Police Department agreed to sponsor him. After college graduation, he was hired at the department and attended Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) at the NC Justice Academy in Salemburg, NC.

After completion of BLET, Major Eury was assigned to the patrol division where he served for nine years, achieving the rank of Master Police Officer. In 2006, Eury transferred to the Criminal Investigations Division. Eury was promoted to sergeant in 2008 and remained in the Criminal Investigations Division until he was promoted to Captain in 2010, where he served as the Baker District Captain. Eury was promoted to the rank of Major in 2016 and he is currently in charge of the department’s Administration Bureau, which includes budget development and management, strategic planning, police facilities and fleet management, information technology, public relations (social media), recruiting, training, crime analysis, and customer service.

Major Eury's formal education consists of a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He also possesses a Master of Business Administration Degree from Pfeiffer University and a graduate certificate in Public Administration from Clemson University. He is a graduate of the 267th session of the FBI National Academy (Graduate Certificate in Criminal Justice) and the 23rd session of the North Carolina Justice Academy’s Management Development Program.

Major Eury lives in Concord with his wife. In his time off, he enjoys attending sporting events, outdoor activities, playing golf, riding bicycles and traveling with his wife.


Support Services Commander

Lieutenant Cydney McGhee

Phone: 704-920-5012



Lieutenant McGhee is responsible for the Recruiting and Customer Service Unit.      

Lieutenant Cydney McGhee began her career with the City of Concord in 2005, where she served the department as an officer and eventually as a field training officer. She was reassigned to the Criminal Investigations Division in 2012, where she served as a detective and investigated various crimes including homicide, robbery, and aggravated assaults. In 2013 Lieutenant McGhee was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and was assigned to the Patrol Bureau.

Lieutenant McGhee most recently served the Department in the Special Operations Division and supervised the Vice & Narcotics Unit and ABC enforcement. Lieutenant McGhee is a founding member of the Concord Police Department’s Mounted Patrol Unit which participates in special events such as the City of Concord Christmas Parade, the City of Concord Tree Lighting Ceremony, and Law Day.

Lieutenant McGhee holds a Master’s Degree in Business and an Undergraduate Degree in Criminal Justice from Pfeiffer University. She also possess an Advanced Law Enforcement Certificate from the North Carolina Criminal Justice Training and Standards Commission. She takes pride in passing on her experiences as an instructor of Basic Law Enforcement Training curriculum at various community colleges.

Lieutenant McGhee is married and has one child, Kellen. When not at work she enjoys riding horses, working on her farm, and raising her son.


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Contact customer service at 704-920-5000 for assistance with general information, records and telephone reporting. You may contact Sgt. T. Blalock at 704-920-5002 or if in-depth assistance is needed. 

For questions about hiring off-duty officers, please contact Sgt. Curtis Anderson at 704-920-5008 or email at You may click here for Secondary Employment Agreement and Application.


Professional Standards Commander

Lieutenant Larry Hubbard

Phone: 704-920-6016


Lieutenant Hubbard is responsible for Tranining and Standards and Accreditation.

Lieutenant Larry Hubbard began his career as a patrol officer with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department in 1994, serving that community for over four years.  During that time he was recognized by the department for his high apprehension rate of impaired drivers for three years in a row and was awarded the Medal of Merit for entering a structure fire to rescue a bedridden homeowner.

Lieutenant Hubbard’s employment with the City of Concord began in 1998, where he worked on patrol as an officer, served as a field training officer and was accepted onto the SWAT team in 2002. As an original member of the department’s SWAT team, he served on the entry team, sniper team, and as sniper team leader. In June 2019 he completed 17 years on the SWAT team. He was assigned to the Public Safety Unit in 2003, where he was active in several community programs to educate inexperienced teen drivers about the risks of aggressive and impaired driving.

In 2014, he was promoted to the rank of sergeant. As a sergeant he served in Planning & Logistics, Baker District, and Charlie District. He currently serves as a volunteer on the department’s Use of Force and Commendations Committees. Lieutenant Hubbard is the recipient of the department’s Officer of the Year award, Medal of Meritorious Conduct and the LifeSaver award.

Lieutenant Hubbard holds an associate degree in Criminal Justice and in Correctional Services from Central Piedmont Community College and possess his Intermediate and Advanced Law Enforcement Certificates through the State of North Carolina. He takes great pride in using his vast experience to mentor newer officer and has served as an instructor of Basic Law Enforcement Training at various community colleges since 2003.

Lieutenant Hubbard has two children, Cody and Cassie. When not at work, he enjoys hunting, traveling to Oak Island, NC and working outdoors.